|105,000 yen(including tax, 2003 release)
CD transport which adopted the belt drive system.
The belt drive system
is adopted, the spindle motor part which gives rotation to a disc is completely
separated from a mechanism part chassis, and vibration and the electromagnetism
noise which are generated from the motor itself are intercepted.
pickup part is arranged in the center of a case and the fine vibration from a
core and the outside is reduced by equipping the lower chassis with special
In order to stick a disc to a revolving
shaft by pressure firmly and to suppress the curvature of the disc at the time
of a performance, and vibration to the minimum, a 300g stabilizer is adopted.
Moreover, by passing a belt to the spindle motor of the low torque, the
moment of inertia of a stabilizer is used and the stabilization of rotation
angle speed influenced by neither current change of a motor nor servo error
taking advantage of its flywheel effect is attained.
In addition to
three digital outputs, such as a coaxial, an optic, and AES/EBU, the CEC super
link which made Jitter-free digital data transmission possible with original
signal synchronism-ized technology is carried.
Unlike a general SPDIF
system, the CEC super link has adopted the parallel data transfer method. For
this reason, it is possible to gain separate independence completely and to
transmit an audio signal and a clock signal.
Moreover, in order to transmit
without degrading sound quality as much as possible, the audio signal inputted
by making the position very near a DAC stage generate a master clock, and
succeeding control of CD transport synchronizes with a master clock, just before arriving at a DAC stage.
||Belt drive type CD player
CEC super link (D-sub 9pin)
|Quantifying bit number
||Width 435x height 98x depth of 296mm