Accuphase DP-70V CD Players


  • Total Harmonic Distortion
  • Power Requirements: 100 V
  • Signal-to-noise ratio
  • Power Consumption: 23W

User Reviews (1)

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masagoto   Audio Enthusiast [Oct 25, 2005]

Analog-like natural and accurate sound. Really wide dynamic range. Straight bass. Beatiful finish with well designed remote controller (better design than recent models) Four digital inputs.


Heavy like a power amp. No "STOP" button on the main panel. Digital volume is O.K. until -6dB, but at -10dB the sound becomes somewhat harsh.

Since 1992 I use it as my main CDP and D/A converter for DAT. I often record classic concerts with one pair of microphone (spaced-omni) to a TASCAM portable DAT (48kHz/16bit), which is played back by SP/DIF co-axial input of DP70V. It sounds very natural and realistic, not digital at all, as if you are in the concert hall, almost like a line monitor. As a CDP, I am really satisfied with the sound, although this belong to a VERY old generation of digital equipment. For more than 13 years, ir works without any trouble.

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