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Vincent Audio offers C-60 CD player for nearly $5K

Posted in CD Player by Shane McGlaun on March 17th, 2010

Audiophiles have been known to spend large amounts of money on headphones, PMPs, and amplifiers to get the best sound they can. A new CD player from Vincent Audio has been announced called the C-60 that is seriously expensive.

The CD player sells for $4,695. Nearly $5K gets you a CD player with a top loading mechanism. That CD playing mechanism is a Philips unit using no-bits-left behind tech. Digital processing uses a PCN1792 DAC with 14-bit/192kHz and 8x oversampling.

Tascam CD-200i Rackmountable CD Player with iPod Dock

Posted in CD Player by Conner Flynn on August 25th, 2009

Tascam CD-200i Rackmountable CD Player with iPod DockHere’s an interesting rackmountable CD player. Assuming that you are still spinning CDs. It’s Tascam’s CD-200i. This rackmountable CD player will play all of your audio CDs, MP3 CDs and WAV file CDs, but what makes it interesting is that it also features a docking station for your iPod.

You can control your iPod directly from the front-panel or using a wireless remote, plus you can play videos through an S-video connection on the back. The front-panel Folder navigation buttons change folders on CDs and albums on the iPod. The device also supports CD TEXT and ID3 tag info.

Teac LP-R550 CD Recorder

Posted in CD Player by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2009

Teac LP-R550 CD RecorderLook, there’s a price to pay for liking all of grandma’s music. Like not being able to play an LP or cassette tape on your iPod. We aren’t judging ya. The classics are awesome. That’s why they’re classic.

Well here’s yet another device that will help you out and convert those LPs and cassette tapes into CD format. The Teac LP-R550 comes with a cassette tape recorder, LP disk player, and an AM/FM tuner. You can purchase the Teac LP-R550 for about $745. Which is pretty pricey. It may be cheaper just to hit iTunes and buy them all.

LP Saver Phono CD Recorder writes LPs to CDs

Posted in CD Player by Conner Flynn on October 12th, 2008

LP Saver Phono CD Recorder writes LPs to CDsSo most of us have made the leap from CD to MP3, but for those who have just made the leap to CD technology, you may now easily upgrade your LP collection.

The LP Saver Phono CD Recorder plays CDs, cassettes and records, so even though you are behind the times, you’ll be living large. The CD recorder can record music from your old cassettes and albums onto CDs. Plus you’ll get cutting edge AM/FM radio. All in a device that looks like it belonged to your grandfather for the price of $349.00.

Navison Audio’s Reference 228 looks good, sounds good

Posted in CD Player by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2008

Navison Audio’s Reference 228 looks good, sounds goodFor audiophiles that want the very best, Navison has merged digital technology with vacuum tube design with the Reference 228 Tube Compact Disc Player. It has a refreshing retro look that makes you stop and stare, complete with signature Barian Kingwood, gold plating and textured black finish.

The Reference 228 is designed to capture the whole of your music, so you can hear every little detail, not just the gist of what the artist is going for. Some other features are Jensen & Auricap capacitors, Mundorf filter capacitors, Tantalum & Riken resistors and Cardas Gold rhodium RCA input jacks. Even the remote is luxurious in copper and wood.

CDs take a step backwards as 45RPM records

Posted in CD Player by Conner Flynn on May 9th, 2008

CDs take a step backwards as 45RPM records
Here’s a cool repurposing idea. It’s not very environmentally friendly, but it’s still awesome. You can reuse CDs as records. A guy named Aleks Kolkowski was at the UK’s Futuresonic festival last week and he brought his vintage record-cutting machine to carve sound tracks into old CDs and DVDs.

All people needed to do was bring an old disc and a sound file and he’d “overwrite” the CD with a track that can be played on a turntable. Pretty cool. Kinda pointless, sure, but it gives old turntables something to do.

High priced UFO plays CDs, abducts you

Posted in CD Player by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2008

High priced UFO plays CDs, abducts you
What with everyone on Earth having an iPod, if you’re going to dare to make CD players, it’s a good idea to at least make them different. One way to do that is to make it look like a UFO. A UFO that says, “Screw you human, we believe CDs are far superior to MP3s”. If you don’t believe them, they’ll convince you with a rectal probe or two. Has anybody ever done a study on how many abductees rush out and buy new CD players? The numbers might shock you.

The Chinese company Shanling specializes in shall we say odd CD players with unique looks and characteristics. Their latest, the CD-T300 Pro has four amplification valves, two remote controls, and gold-plated tube legs. But the most striking thing about it is that it looks like it is about to shoot a beam out the bottom and pull a cow onboard.

Stitch CD Player is creepy, plays CDs

Posted in CD Player by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2008

Stitch CD Player is creepy, plays CDs
I admit, I’m not much of a Disney fan. Even if I were, I think that having this thing on my desk would creep me out. Runat Japan just announced this CD player based on Stitch from Disney’s popular series ‘Lilo and Stitch’. Stitch’s mouth opens wide revealing the CD tray, the ears double as speakers and the teeth are the controls.

It’s got an AM/FM tuner and the onboard speakers have an output of 0.6W×2ch. Here’s a great design move: It runs on 3 D batteries, which will give you a whole hour of play. The player is a Japan only and will cost you $92.

Sony debuts new in-car CD tuner

Posted in Automotive,CD Player by Nino Marchetti on March 26th, 2008

Sony MEX-BT3600USony Europe is setting its sights on a new in-car CD tuner which offers multiple ways to listen to digital music. It is known as the Sony MEX-BT3600U – no pricing has been announced as of yet.

The Sony MEX-BT3600U in-car CD tuner can let you listen to digital music through it via USB or wireless. For USB one can connect a USB flash drive to its front panel USB port and browse music files via a LCD interface. The wireless option comes via Bluetooth and support for the A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) standard.

Sony DVP-CX995V 400 disc DVD changer

Posted in CD Player,Sony by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2007

Sony DVP-CX995V 400 disc DVD changer

I’ve always wanted a DVD changer that holds a massive amount of discs. Mostly because I’m lazy and I want my DVDs to be in one convenient place. With Sony’s DVP-CX995V 400 disc DVD changer, you can have your whole movie library in one convenient location. You won’t have to worry about your discs collecting dust because you left them laying around.

This is an awesome solution for people like me and it’s only $399.95. It’s like a multimedia jukebox for your movies. What with the current Hollywood writer’s strike and all, now would be the time to get one and save yourself some hardcore boredom. I have already seen more game shows this season then I care to admit too.

The Crosley songwriter LP/CD burner

Posted in CD Player,music by Conner Flynn on December 18th, 2007

The Crosley Songwriter LP/CD Burner

Some of us are old enough to have not only CDs lying around, but cassettes and maybe a few vinyl LPs as well. Or God forbid, 8-Track tapes. Despite the fact that the cover art was superior on those old records, by now it is time to bring them up to date so you can enjoy them more easily and put them away for safe keeping.

The Crosley Songwriter may not help with 8-Track tapes, but it will let you burn an LP onto a CD in style and it takes only minutes. Not to worry, it’s also a three-speed record player, so you can still play your old records if you are feeling nostalgic. The device also burns cassettes into CDs as well. The design is the perfect blend of old and new style and will cost you $400. If you have a ton of rare cassettes and records that are not available on CD, it will pay for itself in no time while you preserve your music.

Twinbird waterproof music player with internal USB

Posted in CD Player,Media Players,Twinbird,Waterproof by Reuben Drake on December 1st, 2007

Waterproof MP3 player, CD player and FM radio from TwinbirdTwinbird has another splash-proof, portable music player available giving you more options to bring you tunes into the bathroom This one has an internal USB port to connect your thumb drive loaded with MP3 or WMA files to play in the bathroom or other damp areas that would otherwise brick a normal media player. One the drive is plugged in the case can be closed and the music can be selected from the outside.

In addition to playing digital music from a portable drive the Twinbird CD ZABADY AV-J189S also houses a CD player and an FM radio. It runs on internal batteries that can bring up to 7 hours of radio, 5.5 hours of MP3 playing or 4 hours of CD playback. It also has built-in speakers and a convenient handle on top to port it around. Internal picture of the player after the jump.

Esoteric puts out new high-end CD/SACD transport

Posted in CD Player,Esoteric by Nino Marchetti on September 28th, 2007

Esoteric P-05For those with high-end, audiophile-quality home audio systems, seeking out new tech to better your setup is always an ongoing hunt. Esoteric, a division of TEAC America, looks like it may have a new item for you: the Esoteric P-05, priced at around $7,000 and available now.

The Esoteric P-05, and its sibling D-05, are CD/SACD transport and D/A converter components. They are designed to output native as well as up-converted digital audio signals. They incorporate a number of audiophile specific technologies, such as up conversion of audio at fs 88.2 kHz (x2) and fs 176.4 kHz (x4) for CD playback, DSD/1-bit 64 fs signal for Super Audio CD natively and without up-conversion and a AK4397 Delta-Sigma DAC device from AKM Semiconductor, implemented in a dual-mono configuration.

Ministry Of Sound micro system music station

Posted in CD Player,MP3,music,Radio,USB by Matt on September 24th, 2007

Ministry Of Sound micro system iPod dockThe MOSMC1319P by Ministry of Sound provides almost everything you’d want in a desktop music station. Twin speakers, disconnected from the control unit, provide a total of 20 Watts (2 x 10Watt RMS speakers) and kick out sounds from a number of sources. Hook up your iPod or inject tunes in MP3, WMA or WAV formats stored on a SD or MMC flash card or via USB device.

The micro station also includes an FM/MW PLL digital tuner for streaming radio and is compatible with all CD types and includes a 30-track programming feature. And as you’d expect these days the unit is controlled via a wireless remote.

Boombox in a Shoe

Posted in CD Player,Concepts,Foot Apparel by Reuben Drake on September 15th, 2007

athletic shoe with a CD player and speakers built inTake a look at this design concept of a CD-playing athletic shoe. (We had considered titling this post “BoomShoe” but then thought again.) It comes with everything you need to play CD’s built-in, including a compact disc player, speaker, tweeters and a small knob for volume. It even has some controls for play, stop, forward and back embedded into the side.

The design picture is pretty cool but I would bet you would have some real “skipping” problems with this one. Throw in some Flash memory and a small LCD screen and I think we would really have something.

via Guzer


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