Integra Premium 6 Disc CD Carousel Changer (CDC-3.4)
- Dual High Quality Wolfson 192 kHz / 24-bit Digital to Analog Converters
- Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC) for Noise-free Signal Path
- Proprietary Direct Digital Path technology provides a direct shielded cable connection to rear panel outputs and keeps the audio signal guarded from trace digital interference
- 128 times oversampling
- RS232 and IR controllable
The Integra CDC-3.4 is a high performance CD player in the form of a 6-disc carousel changer, housed in an all steel and aluminum anti-resonant chassis for higher fidelity performance capability. Its soft blue light on the face is continually attractive day or night and serves to illuminate the carousel tray in the dark to make disc exchange simple from the CD wells which are also numbered for your convenience. 5 discs can be swapped out while the 6th disc continues to play. Direct access to disc or disc track, as well as random track playback are available
Original and Exclusive 6-disc CD Carousel
Integra's CDC-3.4 is the embodiment of their proprietary 6 disc design wrapped in an all metal anti-resonant housing. It features smooth & quiet mechanical operation, plus a soft blue light which illuminates the disc tray in dark settings for better visibility while you change out discs.
Load up to 5 discs while the 6th one is still playing for extended listening times without interruption.
Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry
Conventional analog filters reduce digital noise at the D/A conversion stage, and then the VLSC uses a 'Vector Generator' to output a smooth and noiseless analog signal.
This results in a dramatically improved sound quality for all types of music signals.
Premium Digital to Analog Conversion
World class DAC's from Wolfson offers all you would want from 192k/24bit processing in tandem with the CDC-3.4's 128 times oversampling capability.
All resulting in pure musically accurate reproduction from your compact disc collection.
Integra's proprietary Direct Digital Path technology delivers the digital signal straight from the audio buffer utilizing an internal heavily shielded coax cable that travels out and around any trace circuity and straight on the rear panel outputs.
This enhanced protection of the audio path guards it from the potential of being corrupted by any transient noise emitted from the printed circuit board; assuring the listener of a more pure musical listening experience.
In addition to being able to communicate with the device using the supplied IR remote control, the CDC-3.4 is also controllable using any third-party control partner via RS-232.
It also incorporates parallel digital outputs; meaning both the analog and digital outputs are all simultaneously active.