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Hegel CDP4A MK II Zoom


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Hegel CDP4A MK. II
CDP4A mk2 model is positioned as a reference CD-player class High End. Design - minimalist front panel only disc loading slot, the display and two buttons (each of them is responsible for several functions). Inside, at first glance, there is nothing extraordinary. Philips used qualitative mechanism with its own control system. PSU too trivial - the usual size transformer, several chains straightening and stabilization, quality capacitors. Analog part - balanced, with advanced operational amplifiers (outputs are represented as connectors XLR, and RCA). Modern and DACs with a resolution of 24 bits and a sampling frequency of 352 kHz (ie eightfold oversampling signal 44 kHz). Not surprisingly, the unit has unsurpassed tract, as reflected in the passport data. There are two interesting in it "features".
The first - a system reclocking Hegel SuperClock 2, allows an order to reduce the jitter. And if the best drives can be reduced it to 100 - 150 ps, then the player receives the data for the final conversion (and at the same time on the digital outputs) to not more than 10 ps. It is so small temporal errors human hearing is completely insensitive - one of the problems finally defeated CD format.
The second innovation - digital filter of its own design. As far as I understood from the description in the process involves several resampling algorithms to extrapolate data. Such synchronous processing allows you to track the emergence of the output signal intermodulation unavoidable in conventional upsampling, and effectively suppress them.

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