We brought you the news last week of Audiolab’s new 6000A integrated amplifier, now Audiolab have released their 6000CDT which they say is the 6000A’s ideal CD-playing companion.

The 6000CDT is a dedicated CD transport incorporating the same slot-loading mechanism as Audiolab’s flagship CD player, the 8300CD. It uses a read-ahead digital buffer to reduce disc-reading failures, able to play scratched and damaged CDs that are unreadable by conventional mechanisms.

 

 

The master clock is controlled by a temperature-compensated crystal oscillator, and in addition, the coaxial output is fed from a differential line driver to the accompanying 32-bit DAC. The 6000CDT joins the 6000A in Audiolab’s new 6000 Series in October, with an RRP of £379 and a choice of black or silver finish.

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