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Yamaha A-S1000 CD-S1000 Combo Black
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Yamaha A-S1000 CD-S1000 Combo Black

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High performance amplifier that takes full advantage of the sound quality benefits of balanced amplification

  • I/O (input to output) Direct Symmetrical Design
  • Floating balanced power amp
  • Three parallel volume and tone controls
  • Four large capacity power supplies for power amp
  • Shunt type local regulators for preamplifier
  • Discrete headphone amp for low-impedance drive
  • Specially designed feet

CD-S1000

Ultra high precision, Super Audio CD player that inherits the high sound quality design of the CD-S2000

  • Balanced signal transmission from DAC
  • Transformer with isolated digital, analogue, motor drive and display sections to prevent noise
  • Symmetrical circuitry using independent left and right power supply circuits
  • Exclusive Yamaha Loading Mechanism with superior quietness and high precision CD Drive
  • Heavy-duty construction
  • Specially designed feet
  • Pure Direct
  • Super sound from Super Audio CDs

Product Code: #AS1000CDBK
Yamaha
Black
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Phono
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No
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