Bada HD-28 CD HDCD tube player Balanced XLR top-loading

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Bada HD-28 CD HDCD tube player Full Balanced XLR top-loading come with remote control
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All items guaranteed 100% BRAND NEW in the original edition Box.

ONE-YEAR WARRANTY !!!
Features:
a) Compared with HD-26,the voice is more balanced and detailed, clear,beautiful, and contagious.Movement of the base plate is made with a single piece copper plate processing, with good music features and the music is gorgeous.Adopts spring suspension point support,and there is a very good shock absorber effect,and gets a more accurate reading of signals.
b) Respectively, using three R-type transformers for analog, digital, tube output supply, of sufficient energy, which makes a little clearer musical detail, excellent dynamic and stable sound field.
c) Wiring board further fine tuning, rectifier, filter circuit CCL separated, trying to minimize the interference signal, music pure, quiet background.SANYO high-precision movement, improved mechanical structure, better stability, its reading ability. Sanyo servo circuit and chip, with high-precision clock system, effectively improve the linear distortion.
d) Audio output, a tube output amp output and BALANCED output, but also with coaxial digital signal output.

Specifications:

Audio output level: single-ended 2V (+ /-0.5dB), Balance 4V (+ /-0.5dB)
Frequency Response: 10Hz ~ 20kHz (+ /-0.5dB)
SNR: ≥ 95dB
Distortion: ≤ 0.005% (1kHz NORMAL channel)
Dynamic range: 114dB
Tubes: 12AU7*2
Crosstalk (fundamental): 100dB
Power consumption: 70W
Power supply: 110V(±10%)/220V(±10%) (110V, 120V, 127V, 230V, 240V version will take 3-14 work days to order). 220V version is in stock.
Dimensions: 430mm (W) X129mm (high) X400mm (dark)
Net Weight: 14.6kg
Gross Weight: 17kg

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 19 December, 2014.