Ex-Dem Canor CD1.10 Tube CD Player | DAC

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The Canor CD1.10 is essentially a DAC with a built in CD transport. It's far from a standard CD player and could possibly be the last great product of it's kind. We have listened to it at length and the player is a stunner. Recently reviewed in Hi-Fi News magazine and awarded thier Highly Commended badge. Here is the review to download print and read. Canor CD1.10 Review.
  • Do you want to play audio from your digital library and at the same time listen to your CD collection in top-grade quality?
  • The brand new CANOR CD1.10 compact disc player is up to the task and offers much more!
  • New CD player is equipped with a standalone 24-bit/192kHz digital-to-analog converter for each channel, and with a high-quality CD drive with compact discs disengagement bearing driving mechanism.
  • CD1.10 took over highly appreciated big matrix display from its predecessor, the CD2 VR+ CD player.
  • The CD1.10 appearance now  fits the design of power amplifiers, the whole control of the player is more ergonomic.
  • The DA converter part includes coaxial, optical and USB 2.0 input.
  • The new player contains also XLR outputs and digital optical and digital coaxial except two classical RCA outputs.
  • Our premium CMT ™ technology was used  (CANOR ® PCB Milling Technology), it is  the way we mill printed circuit boards. More information regarding this unique technology:  CMT ™

Canor CMT ™ technology

  • We use our premium CMT ™ technology  (CANOR ® PCB Milling Technology) in all our products, it is  the way we mill printed circuit boards.
  • CMT ™ technology originated in a long-standing endeavour to improve the sonic performance of our products.
  • CMT ™ technology allows us to get nearer the dielectric loss factors (loss tangent) of printed circuit boards to the loss factor of air, because in tube wirings high impedances are being used,  and every tangent deterioration (likewise in capacitors) does hurt sonic imaging.
  • Thanks to this technology we managed to get to the parameter level of the so-called “wire to wire connections“, only with a use of very expensive and high-quality wires with teflon insulation. We can keep to the parameters in repetitive production with 100% geometric distribution  (which is impossible in “wire to wire”).

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