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22nd March 2010, 05:02
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Pioneer FH-P8800 24 bit Double-Din Player (Made in Japan) kondisi muluus..
Pioneer FH-P8800 24 bit Double-Din CD & Cassette Player with Motorized Front Panel (Made in Japan) kondisi muluuus,optik bagus............1,5jt
A new luxurious design of the Pioneer FH 8800 thrives on aluminum 'slide-flap' front panel, blue colored back-light display for easy recognition and higher visibility The present situation of all sources can be easily read at a glance. With the combination of the green colored LED that lights up the control buttons, a blue colored LED has been applied in the volume knob and cross-control key for higher visibility recognition at night. The green and blue LEDs will illuminate the whole car cabin. A wood grain panel has been applied in the CT slot that is hidden behind the 'slide-slot' front panel. When the user opens the motorized front panel, the wood grain panel will emerge from behind, to show another luxurious touch. The Control Keys have been allocated in a convenient order based on the frequency of use. The main controls have been centralized in the 'cross-control key'.The state-of-the-art technologies used bring a high quality sound. Pioneer FH 8800 has a built-in 45W x 4ch amplifier, which is the most powerful level in the industry, that can reproduce a clear high quality sound with a low distortion level equal to that of a component amplifier. 16bit based digital signals of MDs are first converted to 20bit data, then they're transferred through the DPS circuit and the signals are again converted to 24bit based signals to result in a real, high-quality sound. The 'Legato Link Conversion' will restore the rich harmonics and overtones (over 20kHz) that were lost in the CD and MD recording process. By using the enclosed microphone, the equalization can be set at its best to fit any acoustic condition in the car cabin, to reproduce the best quality sound.
# Blue-Back Display with CFL Backlight
# Cellular/Navigation Mute Interface (Cellular Mute requires optional CD-CM1 Wireless Cellular Mute)
# Wireless Full-Function Smart Remote Control (With Mounting Kit)
# Fold Down Face: Motorized Front Panel
# MOSFET: MOSFET45 (45Wx4-Channel High Power)
# 13-Band Auto-EQ (1 curve, Microphone Included)
# EQ Memory: 2 User, 1 Factory Preset
# Source EQ Memory
# Graphic Equalizer: 13-Band Graphic Equalizer
# Listening Position Control: Listening Position Selector (FL/FR/F/ALL)
# Music Search & Repeat
# Tape Guard with Key-Off Pinch Roller Release
# Dolby Noise Reduction: DolbyÂ® B Noise Reduction
# Full Logic Controls: Full Logic HPX Dual-Groove Tape Mechanism
# AGC (Automatic Gain Control) for Optimum CD Tracking Performance
# Disc List
# CD Text: 10-Character Display for Disc Title Memory & CD Text (SCD & MCD) (with Scroll)
# CD Text: CD-Text Decoder (for use with CD-Text encoded CD’s)
# CD-R and CD-RW Playback: Playback Compatible with Digital Audio CD-R (when disc is finalized)
# D/A Converter: 24 Bit D/A Converter with Legato Link™ Conversion
# Disc Title Memory: Disc Title Memory (48 Discs)
# Disc Title Memory: Disc Title Memory (48 Discs)
Inputs and Outputs
# Pre-Amp Output Voltage: RCA Preouts (x3 pair) (Front/Rear + Subwoofer) (2V)
# Subwoofer Level Control: Sub-Out Crossover with Level Control (50/80/125Hz, -18dB/oct.)
IP-Bus System Control
# 6 & 12 Multi-CD Players
# TV Tuner (GEX-P7000TV)
# Voice Commander (CD-VC50 & CD-VC60)
# 24-Station/6-Button (18FM/6AM) Presets
# Supertuner III™
# Best Station Memory: BSM (Best Stations Memory)
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VCD changer CLARION DCZ-625 ce-net muluus...........
VCD changer CLARION DCZ-625 ce-net muluus...........700rb
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ALPINE legend CDMAX CDA-7949 kondisi muluus,kondisi optik masih bagus sekali.......
ALPINE legend CDMAX CDA-7949 kondisi muluus,kondisi optik masih bagus sekali.........1,6jt
rare item ALPINE CMAX CDA 7949 features :
* Cooper chassis
* Title Search Menu
* Anti-Theft Detachable Front Panel
* Detachable Trim Plate
* 4V Non-Clipping PreOut
* 3 PreOuts
* Subwoofer Level Control
* Audio Interrupt in
* Wireless Remote Control Included
* Sound Guide
* Operation Indicator
* Gold-Plated RCA Jacks
* Automatic Set Up
* Source Tone Memory
* Bass & Treble Controls
* Fader & Balance Controls
F/S: Alpine CDA-7949
Alpine created the CDA-7949 to be an audiophile quality 12 volt CD player, which would rival most home audio CD players. This deck was made without compromise to produce sound as cleanly and accurately as possible in a 12-volt environment. It's design principals rival those of high end home stereo components (all copper chassis, 1 bit DAC, 8x over sampling etc.) and made this CD player the flagship of Alpine's line up for three years where other units were replaced yearly. This deck with sound quality, upgradeability, durability, integration and control in mind rather than endless features and flashy displays. Alpine's no frills "less is more" design philosophy produced a CD player that performed better than anything else in it's price range and is still hard to surpass in today's market. Alpine's design incorporates: * 4 volt, non-clipping, gold plated pre-outs * Separate Front/Rear/Sub output with independent subwoofer volume control * All copper chassis (eliminates external electrical/RF interference) * Adjustable BBE processor (adjustable from off to +6) * Full AI-Net control for CD changers, Sound field processors, Equalizers, Alarm systems etc. * Source tone memory (remembers settings for bass, treble, balance etc. for each source) * Disc title memory/Station title memory * Fiber optical digital output * Regulated 1 bit DAC * 8-times over sampling * Display Blackout (used to turn off all lighting and LEDs to eliminate any electrical/RF noise being generated * Detachable Face Specifications as listed in the manual * Frequency Response: 5 - 20,000 Hz * Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.008% * Dynamic Range: 95 db * Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 95 db * Channel Separation: 85 db The CD Player shown in the pictures are taken of the actual deck you are bidding on. This deck is in excellent condition. This deck is in perfect mechanical condition. The deck includes the wiring harness, wireless remote, detachable face plate with protective hard case and installation cage as shown in picture. This radio originally retailed for $800.
asking $265 shipped
22nd March 2010, 05:23
"Hi-end & Vintage ALPINE Legendary system" 7618e+5959+4323+3900+optical cable.
"Hi-end & Vintage ALPINE Legendary system"
ALPINE 7618e Cassete player n tuner unit
ALPINE 5959 CD changer with DUAL 20 BIT DAC
ALPINE 4323 Interconnector (DIGITAL COAXIAL to OPTICAL DIGITAL)
ALPINE 3900 Super Linear Logic Audio Control DAC/Digital to Analog Converter with 3 Optical Input
Alpine 7618e Headunits - these are both tape decks which have the option of having a 'fixed' output for the RCA output section on the deck.
Legendary ALPINE 5959 CD changer built in dual 20 bit DAC,
6 disc changer
8 x oversampling
20 bit sign magnitude twin DACs
noise shaping (21 bit)
glitch @ jitter free circuicity
anti vibration mechanism
M.I.X. (random play)
compact rounded design
music sensor up/down
gold plated RCA
Takashi Tokuyama - Alpine Electronics Inc.
Tadashi Sano - Alpine Electronics Inc.
Six years ago Alpine made the proposition that ultrasonic components were important to audio reproduction. The implementation of our proposal was the DA-07, a unique D to A converter employing a new interpolation program. Since then we have continued to study the impact of ultrasonics. We introduced a D to A converter unit for car audio (model 3900), which employed this technology. But, it did not penetrate widely because of its size and cost. Success required integration. The new one-chip Fluency DAC (FEDAC) incorporated D/A conversion and DSP to fully implement the "Fluency" interpolation method without loss of audio performance. This paper describes the theory of Fluency interpolation, the history of integration, and the performance evaluation of the one-chip Fluency DAC.
This is for the legendary alpine 3900 dac/preamp, using quad 18bit burr browns. It has 3 optical inputs and 2 analog inputs, copper chassis
The 3900 is a high end D/A convertor which has seperate PCB's for both the analogue/digital section. Its also supposed to extend the frequency range past 20kHz and give a 'natural' sound. The D/A was intended for Class A amplifiers and has outputs for 'Front', 'Rear' & 'Non-fading'. It also has a Fixed level output RCA which we will cover later. The D/A can handle 32k, 44.1k (CD), & 48k (DAT) inputs
The 3900 can only accept a 'fixed' RCA input, so you need one of these decks for the analogue section to work correctly. If you stick a bog standard deck on without this feature it will not work - trust me I've tried it
The 3900 has 3 digital inputs which range from 'changer', 'master', & 'aux'. The 5959/5959s changers were the intended targets for the 3900 as they had digital outputs or 5959 using 4323 interconnector from digital coaxial to optical digital outputs.
The 3900 also utilitises an M-BUS connection which goes from the headunit straight into the D/A itself. This is so you can use the volume controller on the headunit to control the overall volume. The D/A also has an M-BUS out which then connects to the changer as normal to power it etc. The wiring diagram is on www.alpine1.com if you need any further clarification on this.
From then on you use the Front, Rear & Non-fading outputs RCA's which go to the amplifiers.
Saying all of that, you can still use the 3900 with todays headunits which utilise an optical out on the deck - with a few niggles might I add.
Lets say for example you have a 7998R - you can wire it directly from the optical out straight into the 'changer' digital input - be aware that you will have to use the 'fixed output RCA' on the D/A.
From the fixed D/A output you will need a device to control the volume - Audiocontrol Master Volume Controller or something like a Three.1 will suffice as that has a line driver/EQ/crossover/volume control all in one..
From there you will just need to hook upto the amplifiers as normal and you're all done and dusted
I love the 3900 personally, I find the sound to be superior to the 7909 in most aspects but then again I love a 7909 in the dash lit up at night
I'll be using the 3900 with a 7939 Alpine deck when I get the optical cable to hook it up
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High-end Analog CD player SONY CDX-C90 Japan Domestic Market (JDM) version muluuus...
High-end Analog CD player SONY CDX-C90 Japan Domestic Market (JDM) version muluuus.....4,9jt NETT
SONY CDX-C90 features :
DAC 4 x 20 bit burrbrown
Chassis Size Code IE
CEA-2006 Compliant ---
RMS Power Output Amp Required
Peak Output N/A
RMS Power Bandwidth N/A
Preamp Outputs 6-channel
Sub Preamp Outputs Yes
Preamp Voltage 4 volts
Display Color Blue/White
Key Button Color Amber or Green
EQ Bands None
Sound Shaping Type None
Wireless Remote Yes
Steering Wheel Control Compatible ---
Security Detachable face
Flip-Down Face ---
iPod Connection/Control ---
AUX Input No
USB Input ---
Memory Card Slot No
A/V Inputs No
Bluetooth Compatible ---
Satellite Radio Ready No
HD Radio ---
Changer Control Yes
Tuner Type ---
FM Sensitivity 8 dBf
FM Presets 20
AM Presets 10
European Tuning No
Radio Data System No
CD Frequency Response 5-20kHz
CD Signal-to-Noise 108 dB
CD-R Playback Yes
made in japan
review from sony cdx-c90 owner :
For the past few years ever since I have owned my E, like most of us E owners we get the fever to MODIFY it, and my big thing when it comes to modification is audio. In the past I had Eclipse head units which I loved for thenmost part, but the last one (CD7000), which was a courtesy upgrade from Eclipse turned out to be a unit that did not really grow on me. It just did not seem like what Eclipse was known for anymore, so I went for an "unusual" change, a Sony CDX-C90 ES Reference CD player. This unit is everything the reviews say about it, incredible, clean accurate sound, well made, good looking. This unit is known as one of the best competition heads with its copper chassis, dual 20 bit Burr Brown DA converters, 108 db s/n ratio, and it is a preout only deck with an optical digital output. The first thing that I noticed about this deck after installing it was how clean and accurate the sound was, without the harshness, Really Really Nice warm sound! the louder you turn it the better it is. The mids are bery clear, and the highs such as cymbals are detailed. I love this thing. Believe it or not, it won't play mp3's, it won't play Sirius (it will play XM, so I won't take the gamble for a SIR-SNY1, just purchsed a starmate replay instead), it wont play IPod (except through an aux jack), all this thing is designed to do is play CD's as accuratly as possible, and it does. I am contemplating on installing the external processor which has a 21 band EQ, time alignment with xover in it, which connects via a Toslink fiber cable, but I actually am amazed about the fidelity this baby produces with out the external unit. The adjustments that I have on the deck are the variable coefficient DAC control which makes a real difference, you can choose between warm, deep, clarity, and spacial settings at the DAC level, and it works very well. Also there is a DVOL setting whuch overides the Bass, Mid and Trebble settings for a better SN ratio and just seems to work great. Believe it or not, this deck happens to be from 1999-2000, which happens to be the tail end of the Sony ES days. This was before the major change over to the infamous XPlod product line that we know today. In fact, I was reading a review from some guy who had to get his C90 repaired and Sony offered him an XPlod model, needless to say this dude was incredibly insulted lol. Anyway, back to the new unit that I just installed, believe it or not I got this off EBay in practically new condition, the seller said that it has never been installed in a car, and it was used only in the sound room of his stereo shop. Judging from this unit, it looks hardly used, (except the face seems a little used, scratches), and the guy told me that the face was from a different unit which makes sense because after I had popped the top cover off just to see the guts, the grease on the gears looked new, not a speck of dust or dirt anywhere.
All I have to say is I am very pleased with the C90, and now I know why people are nuts over this deck.
I love the c90, it's a really nice piece. I always wanted one when they first came out, but that $1300 price tag, whoooee!
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Top of the line NAKAMICHI TP-1200..............
Top of the line NAKAMICHI TP-1200..............
Fueled by technological progress - and the recognition that early car CD players were far from "perfect" - the quality of car CD reproduction equipment has made enormous strides over the past few years. But when one puts a typical head unit in the signal path between a high-quality CD source unit and the power amplifier, the sonic consequences are enormous. In the pursuit of refined preamplifier performance, Nakamichi engineers have taken several bold steps in the design of the TP-1200...not the least of which is elimination of the traditional cassette player. The TP-1200 also features extensive application of Nakamichi's sophisticated vibration suppression technologies. The result is a tuner/preamplifier that carves out a new concept in car audio and establishes a new standard of performance.
TWO-PIECE DESIGN FOR TOTAL SEPARATION OF PREAMPLIFIER AND CONTROL CIRCUITRY
By opting for convenience rather than performance, conventional head units house the preamplifier, tuner, and cassette deck in a single in-dash chassis. The resulting space limitations force various design compromises with attendant loss of sound quality. In distinct contrast, the TP-1200 employs two entirely separate chassis for the preamplifier circuitry and the tuner/control section. This eliminates design constraints and permits a clean and efficient circuit layout. Signal paths are straighter and shorter, minimizing mutual interference.
• Moreover, by mounting the preamplifier unit in the trunk of the car, the signal route from the CD changer via the preamplifier to the power amplifier can be kept extremely short. With much shorter interconnect cables and far less chance of noise pickup, the integrity of the music signal is fully preserved.
• The volume, balance, and fader knobs on the in-dash tuner/control unit serve only to create positional microprocessor in the preamplifier unit. The microprocessor in turn governs a high-precision attenuator network within the preamplifier unit. This arrangement, while elaborate, assures both outstanding sonic performance and superb ease of use. 1% tolerance metal film resistors are used in a discrete array to provide 64-step attenuation. Superior control resolution and sound quality are thus assured. The bass, midrange, and treble controls operate on the same principle except for the use of high-precision continuous controls driven by micromotors within the preamplifier unit.
3-D VISCOUS SUSPENSION FOR EFFECTIVE SUPPRESSION OF VIBRATIONS
When circuit components are subjected to vibrations - and there are many sources of vibration in a car - the resulting minute oscillations can lead to audible distortion. The TP-1200 preamplifier unit, therefore, employs Nakamichi's proven 3-D Viscous Suspension system. The audio circuit board is fully isolated in all three dimensions by a combination of coil springs and viscous dampers. This configuration effectively absorbs not only floor-transmitted vibrations but also vibrations arriving from the front or rear, the sides, and any obtuse angle. The suspension is further able to deal with a wide range of vibrational frequencies. The TP-1200 even comes with a set of replacement springs so that full suspension effectiveness can be achieved regardless of whether the preamplifier unit is mounted horizontally or vertically.
UNCOMPROMISED TUNER PERFORMANCE
The sensitive circuitry of a tuner is also highly vulnerable to mechanical vibrations. For this reason, the tuner circuit board in the TP-1200 tuner/control unit is also isolated via the 3-D Viscous Suspension principle. Add to this the use of an advanced diversity antenna system, and the result is a tuner section with outstanding reception characteristics and superb audio quality. The TP-1200 thus elevates mobile FM listening to an unprecedented level.
NON-MAGNETIC ALUMINUM CHASSIS CONSTRUCTION FOR LOW ELECTROMAGNETIC DISTORTION
Magnetic material, such as a conventional steel chassis, can become a source of electromagnetic radiation with deleterious effects on sensitive low-level circuitry. For this reason, the TP-1200 employs massive aluminum alloy chassis for both the preamplifier and tuner/control units. Signal integrity and musical accuracy are thus well preserved. The superior mechanical strength and high internal loss factor of the alloy further aids in the suppression of vibrations.
OTHER ADVANCED FEATURES
• Simple, high-performance 3-stage preamplifier circuit topology assures outstanding S/N ratio and extremely low distortion.
• PWM-type DC-DC converter and multi-regulated power supply prevent interstage interference and deliver clean, stable power at all times.
• Three inputs (CD, Aux1, Aux2) provide enhanced system configuration versatility.
• Large concentric rotary control at the center of the front panel enables convenient adjustment of volume, fader, ancd balance adjustments.
•Three-band tone control provides useful spectral adjustments, optimized for the automotive environment.
• Seven Disc Select buttons provide one-touch access to any disc stored in a Nakamichi MusicBank™ CD changer.
• Two dedicated displays for CD changer operation and tuner/clock provide easy-to-read, useful information at a glance.
• Presets enable programming of up to 14 FM and 7 AM stations.
• Security feature included for theft prevention.
Frequency Range: 87.5-107.9 MHz in 200 kHz steps or 87.5-108.0 MHz in 50 kHz steps
Sensitivity: Better than 25 dBf
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: Better than 25 dBf
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Better than 65 dB
Stereo Separation: Better than 30 dB at 1 kHz
Antenna Input: 75 ohms
Frequency Response: 530-1,710 kHz in 10 kHz steps, 522-1,629 kHz in 9 kHz steps, or 531-1,602 kHz in 9kHz steps
Sensitivity: 32 dBµ
Frequency Response: 5-50,000 Hz ± 3 dB
Output Level / Impedance: 1 V / 600 ohms
Total Harmonic Distortion: Less than 0.018%
Bass : ±8 dB at 20 Hz
Mid : ±8 dB at 200 Hz
treble: ±8 dB at 20 kHz
Power Requirement: 14.4 V DC, negative ground (operable within 10.8 to 15.6 V)
Current Consumption: 1.5 A max.
Tuner/Control Unit : 178 x 50 x 165 mm
7 x 1-15/16 x 6-1/2 in.
Preamplifier Unit : 229 x 65 x 278 mm
9 x 2-9/16 x 10-15/16 in,
Tuner/Control Unit : 1.1 kg / 2 lb. 7 oz.
Preamplifier Unit : 3.3 kg / 7 lb. 4 oz.
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