norma audio revo cdp1br
Norma Audio's roots lie in producing highly accurate audio measuring equipment, and for over 20 years now have been producing luxurious high end amplification and source components.
Norma Audio are based in Cremona, Italy, famous for its rich musical history, including composers such as Monteverdi, Stradivari, and Amati among others.
The Norma Audio CDP-1br uses dual Texas Instruments 2bit PCM1704 digital to analogue converting chips, but with a user configurable sharp/soft roll off filter set by a jumper bar inside the player.
The toroidal transformer provides no fewer than 13 regulated power supplies, keeping analogue and digital stages separate. Its bandwidth is the same as the Revo amplifiers - over 2MHz.
The substantial construction of the CDP1br compact disc player is identical to the Revo amplifiers - all built within a solid, non-magnetic frame. Smooth, clean lines are easy on the eye, and a gentle inward curve to the top and bottom plates adds a pleasant shape to the casework.
The Revo CDP-1br compact disc player provides a pair of analogue RCA outputs as standard, as well as a pair of balanced XLR outputs to connect to a suitably equipped amplifier, such as Norma's Revo IPA amplifiers.
The DS1 adds five digital inputs in order to utilise the internal DAC, allowing external digital sources to take advantage of the high quality digital to analogue conversion within the player.
Add a media player and your system covers everything digital...