Denon DCD-A110 CD Player (Gunmetal)
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Denon DCD-A110 CD Player Description:
Celebrate 110 years of defining audio excellence with the masterfully crafted Denon limited series Anniversary Edition silver graphite SACD player, the DCD-A110.
Defining audio excellence
For 110 years, Denon has delivered the most cutting-edge audio and video technical achievements.
Circuits have been thoroughly redesigned to adhere closely to the "simple and straight" design philosophy.
High-grade audio components
Carefully selected components, optimized for the best sound quality.
Direct mechanical ground construction
Direct mechanical ground construction placed makes it so unwanted vibration is funnelled directly to the ground.
Advanced S.V.H. Mechanism, Denon’s Original Disc Drive Design
The DCD-A110’s disc drive is equipped with the Advanced S.V.H. (Suppress Vibration Hybrid) Mechanism. Improvements in high-mass, vibration-resistant properties and the dispersal of resonation points, allow digital signals to be read from the disc with optimum accuracy under stable conditions.
Circuitry with Minimized Signal Paths
Circuit patterns have been reworked from the ground up to make the signal paths as short as possible and ensure that the original sound is faithfully reproduced across the sonic spectrum. As a result, interference between circuits and between left and right channels as well as adverse influences on audio signals are minimized.
Direct Mechanical Ground Construction
The integrity of musical signals deteriorates when they are subject to internal vibration caused by disc rotation or the power transformer or to airborne vibration caused by sound pressure from the speakers. To guard against such influences, Denon engineers designed a vibration suppression structure called “Direct Mechanical Ground Construction”.
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