28. July 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: Hifi News · Tags:

Swiss audio manufacturer ReVox have announced a new CD player they are calling the Joy which Slider_Joy_CD_1they are claiming to be their highest performing to date.

The new CD player matches other products in the Joy range and is available in black or white with a black or white glass front panel. The Joy CD player is 8.8cm in height, 20cm wide and 32.2 cm deep with the usual controls mounted on the front of the unit or on the Joy S208 remote control (which will work with other brands’ DVD players and TVs too).

Onboard there’s a 192kHz/24 bit BurrBrown PCM1796 digital to analogue converter, a precision pulse generator and an “oscillation-free, bearing mounted drive.

The Joy CD has internal constant-current power supplies and an “amazingly quiet loading mechanism”.

 

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