The Most Expensive CD Player in the World
The Metronome Technologie Kalista transport/C2a signature tube DAC, is known to be the best and the most expensive CD player in the World at this side of the galaxy. It comes as two boxes, picture shows the transport, which makes 35.000 US$ of the price. The total price was around 70.000 US$ when released, but inflation has brought the price even further up.
A Compact Disc player (often written as compact disc player), or CD player, is an electronic device that plays audio Compact Discs. CD players are often a part of home stereo systems, car audio systems, and personal computers. They are also manufactured as portable devices. Modern units can support other formats in addition to CDs, such as DVDs, CD-ROMs with audio files and video CDs. DJs often use players with an adjustable playback speed to alter the pitch of the music programme. CD playback functionality is also available on CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive equipped computers as well as on DVD players and CD-ROM/DVD-ROM based game consoles.
This most expensive CD player takes a special kind of audacity for Metronome Technologie to design a fourbox, cutting-edge CD player, dedicated to extracting the most infinitesimal signal buried in a spinning silver disc. Metronome insists on separate, fully regulated power supplies for both the Kalista transport and C2-A Signature tube DAC, which are formidable pieces in their own right.
It turns out that Metronome insists on separate, fully regulated power supplies for both the Kalista transport and C2-A Signature tube DAC, which are formidable pieces in their own right. To use these units of this most expensive CD player, prepare to sacrifice a considerable amount of rack space.