MD100 - Mini CD Player – Atoll Electronique - audio-hd.fr
The Atoll CD player MD100, designed and manufactured in France, benefits from quality components, including a Teac CD playback mechanism compatible with CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs as well as MP3 files.
The Atoll MD100 CD player has a solid power supply with a large current capacity (10411 μF) and a symmetrical pattern to provide a natural and lively reproduction.
Its robust chassis rests on 4 feet designed to damp any parasitic vibration and its front is made of a 4 mm thick brushed or black aluminum plate.
Black front finish or natural aluminum available.
Pure TEAC mechanical base CD (CD, CD-R, CD-RW compatible, MP3 format)
PCM5102 converter; DC output stages (without connection capacitor)
1 RCA output
2 digital outputs (1 optical & 1 coaxial)
4mm natural aluminum front
Remote control as standard (to control other Atoll elements)
Dimensions (W x H x D): 320 x 230 x 83 mm
Weight: 3.4 Kg
Audio Technical Data :
Power supply: 15VA
Total capacitive: 10 411 μF
Dynamic: 112 dB
Output level: 2 VRMS
Signal-to-noise ratio: 112 dB
Distortion at 1 kHz: 0.002%
Bandwidth: 5 Hz - 20 kHz
Rise time: 2 μs
Converter N / A: PCM5102
Worldwide : 25 euros
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)
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