Sherbrooke, PQ Canada — June 26, 2007 — Oracle Audio Technologies is pleased to announce that analog balanced outputs have been added to the successful CD1500 and CD2500 players.
Oracle Audio created a proprietary 2 IC chip circuit implementation of the balanced technology, resulting in excellent audio performance. The fully-balanced technology offers a more open, transparent sound with improved dynamics. The Oracle Audio balanced circuitry greatly reduces transient demand on the component power supply, further improving signal integrity and noise immunity. The new CD players will have both RCA and analog balanced XLR outputs.
“We are very pleased to update our CD players with balanced analog connectors” says Lynn Ethier of Oracle Audio Technologies. “We strive to provide high-quality audio components that exceed our customers’ expectations in both sound and artistry.”
Balanced audio interconnects utilize two conductors, while standard RCA audio interconnects use only a single “unbalanced” conductor. This enhanced design gives balanced audio interconnects the power to provide greater resistance against sources of noise (RF, EMI, etc). The result is a more pure signal transfer, especially in longer-run applications. All internal wiring consists of twisted shielded wire.
Founded in 1979, Oracle Audio Technologies is the worldwide leader in artistically designed and audiophile grade components for the audio connoisseur. The company offers a wide range of products designed to enlighten all listeners with components that are beautiful and built to the highest quality standards.
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