CD Player - CD400SE – Atoll Electronique - audio-hd.fr
High end CD player and converter
The reading block specifically developed for the CD400se, is decoupled in suspension by four coil springs connected to a steel plate, itself decoupled by four spacers to the frame of the device. This system significantly improves the reading quality of the LASER diode and, consequently, reduces the intervention of error correcting circuits. Listening this translates into a great smoothness of timbre and a sumptuous hairline in the treble.
The chassis has massive aluminum sides machined in the mass to ensure perfect mechanical inertia. In addition, the original shape has been studied to absorb the best vibrations.
The digital signals are fully shielded and follow an optimized path to counter the effects of jitter. The use of two independent converters for each channel makes it possible to avoid any crosstalk and considerably improves the signal-to-noise ratio and the dynamics.
Long hours of listening correlated with the measurements then allowed us to refine these settings extremely precisely to subtly associate sound material and details of the restitution.
Black front finish or natural aluminum available.
Specific ATOLL mechanical with top loading
2 PCM1794 converters (one per channel)
Symmetrical stages with discrete components without feedback
MKP type audiophile capacitors
Toroidal transformer of 160VA dedicated to audio stages
1 XLR stereo output
1 Output Stereo RCA Converter / DAC:
1 Asynchronous USB-B input (24bits / 192kHz)
2 digital inputs (1 coaxial & 1 optical)
2 digital outputs (coaxial & 1 optical)
MECHANICAL "Top Loading" ATOLL used for CD400se and DR400se.
Audio Technical Data:
Total capacitive: 22 500μF
Rise time: 1.5μs
Output level: 3Vrms
Distortion at 1kHz: 0.001%
Dimensions: 430 * 320 * 90mm
Weight: 9 Kg
Atoll Electronique Products are made to order. It is necessary to take into account an average manufacturing time of 5 to 10 days. As soon as your order is received, we will confirm a delivery time (including the manufacture of products ordered).