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With the TEAC PD-H600 High-Resolution CD Player, you can enjoy superb sound quality and hear subtle details in music, breathing new life into familiar recordings. A high-precision CD mechanism designed to prevent vibration is located in the center of the unit. Other highlights include an advanced power system and a sturdy aluminum chassis. This product won Editors' Choice Awards in 2010 and 2011 from Absolute Sound magazine and a Golden Ear Award from Absolute Sound in 2010.
A high-precision CD mechanism, advanced power system, and a sturdy aluminum chassis deliver pristine CD cound. View larger.
Contructed with ELNA electrolytic capacitors and resistors designed exclusively for high-fidelity products. View larger.
For accurate signal reading from discs, the TEAC PD-H600 High-Resolution CD Player features a high-precision CD mechanism incorporated into a rigid body construction. The CD tray is made of one of the strongest synthetic materials available, contributing to the PD-H600's anti-vibration qualities and ensuring rigidity throughout.
In addition, the CD mechanism is positioned in the center of the unit, optimizing its balance-to-weight ratio. A built-in Burr-Brown digital-to-analog (D/A) converter delivers exceptional sound to satisfy discerning audiophiles.
TEAC's experienced engineers have outfitted the PD-H600 with ELNA electrolytic capacitors and resistors designed exclusively for high-fidelity products. A shunt regulator maintains the same level of output current by adjusting the value of the resistors, which are connected in parallel within the unit's in-flow current section.
The CD player features a robust chassis and thick aluminum panels on the front, top, and sides to help eliminate vibration. The PD-H600's design concept has been applied to the remote control as well, which is finished with aluminum fascia and an engraved logo.
This product measures 4 by 11-7/16 by 12-1/8 inches (H x W x D), weighs 11-9/10 pounds. It's compatible with CD-DA and CD-R/RW disc formats and with MP3 and WMA digital audio formats.
The TEAC PD-H600 High-Resolution CD Player is backed by a one-year warranty.
TEAC PD-H600 High-Resolution CD Player, remote control, two AAA batteries, RCA cable, power cord, system cable, owner's manual, and warranty card.
very good cd player, and to the guy who wrote his blue ray is better, I don't think you can put a different power cord on the bdp 590 or 390, can you? certainly not on my 390. Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by J.F. Carroll
Well, the title sums it up. Wasn't any reason to keep this because, surprisingly it was not quite as good as my Sony Blue ray. I guess I have a really good blue ray player!Published on November 22, 2012 by Rockbl
I am an avid DIY'er all tubes and horn speakers. Have had REVOX CD players and Marantz, started in 83 with a philips though. Read morePublished on October 26, 2012 by Robbert
Well after sitting on the fence for a year doing research on cd players i finally boiled it down to 3 units.The Pioneer PD-D9MK2-K,Marantz SA-8004 & the Teac. Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by JustJ
I would give ten stars if I could.. I use to own stereo equipment in the thousands and this player beats them all hands down.. Read morePublished on October 5, 2012 by Jazzmgwatt
Bought this player at A4L for $400 & looks brand new altho it was listed as reburb'd, couldn't be happier. Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Gringo A La Carte
I bought this here in the UK (with some difficulty because it's hard to find) based on the reviews here, which are uniformly outstanding. Read morePublished on July 26, 2012 by SH_
I slalomed my way to this purchase mostly after reading reviews of the Marantz CD5004. One of the reviewers said he had returned the Marantz after listening to it, and then... Read morePublished on June 5, 2012 by Adirondax
I am not much of an audiophile. I bought this mainly for my wife, who enjoys jazz and classical music very much and has far better "ears" than I do. Read morePublished on May 25, 2012 by Scooter