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The Reference Line CD-Player 069 is a cutting edge technology. Combined with a proprietary belt-drive system, it provides a high-grade musical experience. As a result, the CD data translates the smallest musical detail and other complex acoustic structures.
The Reference Line CD player 069 sets the ultimate technical standard for CD playback. Cutting edge technology combined with a proprietary belt-drive system form the technical basis for providing a musical experience of the highest order. Dieter Burmester invented the belt drive for CD players in 1990 and only a year later introduced the first CD player with a belt-driven CD platter to the world market. Like an analog turntable, the belt drive in a CD player provides complete decoupling of the pick-up system, in this case the laser, from any mechanical interference by the motor drive. As a result the data on the CD is read with ultimate precision, translating into the decoding of the smallest musical detail as well as complex acoustic structures. Add to this the latest generation of DA conversion and you know that you will miss nothing on a recording: Spatial resolution, musical timbre, airy highs and deep, controlled bass.
With attention to detail.
Recognisable as a typical Burmester even from the very first glance, the 069 CD Player makes use of characteristic design elements of the Reference Line.
The design of the Reference CD player is an expression of Burmester’s philosophy: understated elegance combined with cutting-edge technology and highest-quality manufacturing in a rock-solid housing. The massive construction of the Reference Line enclosures completely isolates sensitive electronics from mechanical or acoustical interference. In short, the 069 CD player is visually and sonically a world-class performer offering unlimited musical enjoyment. The only player topping this performance is the 069 with a dedicated external power supply. It sports extremely powerful toroidal-core transformers, which rigorously separate the currents supplied to the digital and analog sections.
Like all Burmester components, the belt-drive system is carefully assembled in the Berlin factory. Highly trained technicians connect the platter assembly via belt to the Swiss-made precision motor. The whole unit consists of 708 carefully selected parts, which are assembled into a work of art that has to pass muster in a multifaceted testing and adjustment procedure before shipping.
|Weight||27 kg (59.5 lbs)|
|Width||450 mm (17.8“)|
|Height||156 mm (6.2“)|
|Depth||329 mm (13“)|
|Eingänge digital||2 RCA, 1 TOSLINK|
|Eingänge analog||1 XLR|
|Ausgänge digital||1 RCA, 1 TOSLINK|
|Ausgänge analog||1 XLR, 2 RCA|
|DAC für externe|
96 kHz/24 bit
192 kHz/24 bit
|Burmester X-Amp 2||ja|
|Remote Ein- / Ausgang||1 / 1|
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TEST & AWARD
The perfect sound stands for hard work and a continuous quest for improvement. That’s why we are especially honored when the international community of music enthusiasts honors our products.
The Absolute Sound: Product of the Year
The Absolute Sound: Editors Choice Award
Revue du Son & du Home Cinema: Recommondé 5 Star Component
Image Hifi: Image Hifi Award
Audio Art: Best Performance of the Year
The Absolute Sound: CD Player of the Year
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