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A bargain!:http://www.amazon.com/Onkyo-C-S5VL-Super-Audio-Player/dp/B002C73WRM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1334586861&sr=8-1Plays SACD as well. No Op amps, discrete SS output stage. Great digital filters for RBCD and DSD.Read the user reviews at Amazon and online "pro" reviews.$350-Technical DetailsPlays Super Audio CD, Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 CD, and WMA CD High-Grade Wolfson 192 kHz/24-Bit D/A Converter (WM8742) with DSD Bit-Stream Support for Super Audio CD Applications 2 Digital Outputs (Optical and Coaxial) Repeat Modes (Super Audio CD and CD: Disc/Track/A-B Repeat, MP3 CD and WMA CD: Disc/Track/Folder/A-B Repeat) Hi-Rigidity, Anti-Resonant Flat Chassis (1/16? [1.6 mm] Thick)
This out just came out, I think, and looks interesting -http://www.parasound.com/pdfs/ZcdBrochure.pdf
Affordable CD players with good internal DAC'sAll recommendations appreciated... Thanks!
roymail, I'm wondering if we should be buying a CDP. I might be interested in picking up something exactly like you ask for in the OP. Then I read some posts over on the Hi Rez Circle (whose well meaning posts confuse as much as enlighten a digital dyslexic like me) where they say that any disc played through a CDP will never compare to it's equal* disseminated through a hard drive and DAC because of the reading errors in the disc. *e.g. SACD compared to high rez files, cd's compared to 16/44 files. Luckily I'm fine living with my present setup until the paralysis of analysis subsides, but the question remains, should any of us even consider buying a CDP?
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