CEC's Belt-Drive CD Transport
In 1991, CEC introduced the TL1, the first product to use a belt-drive CD mechanism. All over the world, audiophiles and music lovers took note and gave the product an enthusiastic reception. Never before had such a wealth of detailed musical information been extracted from compact disc.
And now, CEC presents the TL51X compatible with CD-R/RW discs incorporating the previous sophisticated belt-drive technologies. In the TL51X, the spindle motor, which drives the disc, is completely isolated from the mechanical chassis by the belt drive. Any vibration or electromagnetic noise arising from the motor are either shut out or absorbed at the source. As a result, quiet and smooth rotation is achieved on a level that a conventional CD player cannot reach.
The Super Link allows the input of an external DAC clock and that this clock is automatically recognized by the player as the master clock.
|Specificatii||Format Belt-drive CD transport
Digital output AES/EBU(XLR)
CEC Super Link(9pin D-Sub)
Power supply AC 120/230V
50/60Hz (specified on rear panel)
Power consumption 10W
Dimensions 435(W) x 296(D) x 98(H)mm
Accessories Remote controller, AC power cable, CD stabillizer, Owner's manual
US patent number 5373495
Europe patent number 0536699
|Tip player||CD Transport|