Filed under: Gadgets
These days many people are giving up their CDs in favor of iPods but for audio purists Canadian company Bryston has created the audiophile Redbook CD player called the BCD-1. The CD player uses fully discrete Class-A analog circuitry and a 192K/24Bit Crystal DAC. The machine prevents jitter by synchronizing the player's master clock and drive. The BCD-1 is all hand assembled and each one is individually tested before leaving the factory. It also has a three year parts and labor warranty. The player sells fo $2395.