The Super Audio CD (SACD) is now the pinnacle format of pure audio. Based on the expertise gained with the separate type SACD/CD player combo DP-100 and DC-101, Accuphase developed the DP-85 using the latest advances in digital technology. The result is an integrated SACD/CD player of the highest quality. The DP-85 lets you fully enjoy the amazing dynamic range of SACD/CD sources. The superb sound quality is sure to capture the heart of any audiophile.
The transport section of the DP-85 features a dedicated DSP for the digital servo circuitry and a single lens/twin pickup high-speed mechanism for totally accurate signal readout and almost instantaneous access time. The processor section is ready for the latest word in quality such as 2.8224 MHz/1-bit and 192 kHz/24-bit sources. The MDS (Multiple Delta Sigma) D/A converter employs multiple strictly selected delta sigma units in a parallel configuration, assuring unprecedented conversion precision.
Although housed in one enclosure, the SACD/ CD transport section and the processor section of the DP-85 can be used entirely independent of each other, thanks to the HS-Link and coaxial outputs and the digital inputs. Slots for option boards are provided as well, resulting in unsurpassed versatility for no-compromise reproduction of music. The DP-85 represents digital audio at its best, allowing the audio connoisseur to rediscover what music is all about.
Supports new generation formats with high sampling rates such as 2.8224 MHz/1 bit and 192 kHz/24 bits MDS type D/A converter achieves stunning performance and sound quality
D/A converter with printed circuit boards made from Teflon (glass fluorocarbon resin) with low dielectric constant and low loss (? Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont USA.)
Ultra jitter-free PLL circuit topology
Fully separate processor section with coaxial and optical digital inputs
Ultra high-speed digital coupler ensures effective separation between digital and analog sections
Digital level control with an adjustment range of 0 dB to 60 dB
Balanced and unbalanced analog outputs