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Cyrus PCM II

Compact Disc Player (1989)

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Cyrus PCM II


The remote controlled Cyrus PCM II incorporates all that Cyrus has learned about digital technology, coupled with the insight which could have only been acquired by a full understanding of analogue technology.

To this end, Cyrus has specified exceptional power supplies for every stage in the PCM II, the vast power reserves and power supply stability ensuring that the signals are not compromised in any way.

Because each section has its own power supply, interaction between the digital and
analogue sections, the laser/servo system and the control sections is minimised.

To demonstrate the extent of Cyrus' concern for ultimate sonic performance, the PCM II's display can be switched off during play to minimise superfluous digital traffic.

The power supply can be enhanced further by the connection of the Cyrus PSX.

The latest generation CD player from Cyrus Electronics is the ideal device for exploiting the ever-growing CD catalogue.


Disc format: CD

Digital converter: TDA1541A

CD Mechanism: CDM-4/11

Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz

Signal to Noise Ratio: 96dB

Total harmonic distortion: 0.003%

Dimensions: 430 x 85 x 300mm

Weight: 6.5kg

Year: 1989

Price: GBP £400 (1991)


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