The idea of separating
the CD source from the D/A conversion process has now been accepted as having
several advantages. A converter can share many digital sources. Even if you
change a source, the converter need not be changed.
The physical and
electrical isolation of the converter from the CD deck helps insulate the converter
from spurious digital signals present in CD laser mechanisms.
The Melior CDD
uses a die cast aluminum drive. The suspension and damping have been designed
to minimize digital jitter. Custom Museatex software was developed for the Melior
CDD. This enabled Museatex to use a unique algorithm for better information
recovery. The software also allows the CDD to provide unparalleled flexibility
in operation .
jitter reduction circuitry.
- Coaxial digital
- TOSlink optical
- Optional ST-Glass
- Remote control.
- Power Supply:
Internal Meitner floating charge design.
- Power Requirements:
117V or 220V - 50 or 60 Hz.
3" X 14.5" X 13.5".
- Weight: 16 lbs.
- Optical Output:
EIAJ CP-340 level 2. 660 nm emission wave-Length. 5 meters maximum transmission
- Coaxial Output:
Sony/Philips digital interface. 0.5V P-P, 75 Ohms.
The CDD went through
one update during its product life and that was the C-lock T circuit. This was
developed to reduce
clock jitter of the output bit stream. As time went by and tighter clock frequencies
became necessary the C-lock circuit
was updated to include a more precise crystal clock source. This update is still
available for units that dont have it.
The cost of the C-lock T update is $250.USD.
Updates are performed on Meitner and Museatex products at our Calgary facility.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (403)
968-1400 for more information.