Denon DCD-900NE CD Player with Advanced AL32 Processing Plus and USB
Featuring Advanced AL32 Processing Plus and an integrated USB port, the Denon DCD-900NE CD Player reveals the highest quality audio signals from standard CD and USB sources supporting high-res playback.
- Extended disc
- Advanced AL32 Processing Plus
- Designed to reduce vibration and interference
- Built to last
- AL32 Processing Plus digital filter for smooth, detailed playback
- DAC Master Clock design
- Advanced circuitry with minimized signal paths
- Pure Direct mode
- Digital outputs
- A heritage of audio technology leadership
Advanced AL32 Processing Plus The latest in analog waveform reproduction technology, Advanced AL32 Processing Plus utilizes data interpolation algorithms, up-sampling, and bit-extension to support high-resolution audio. The resulting playback is highly detailed, free of interference, richly expressive in the lower range, and beautifully faithful to the original sound.
Hi-Res Audio Support The ability to decode hi-res audio ALAC, FLAC and WAV lossless files up to 24- bit/192-kHz, as well as DSD 2.8MHz and 5.6MHz tracks (the audiophile format of SACD) lets you enjoy each note exactly as the artist intended.
DAC Master Clock Design To accurately synchronize digital circuits, the DAC Master Clock design treats the DAC as the master when clock signals are supplied. Crafted with exceptional quality, the master clock is immediately adjacent to the DAC, which suppresses jitter and ensures optimal precision in D/A conversion.
Advanced Circuitry The circuit patterns have been engineered to make signal paths as short as possible. Shorter circuits reduce interference to reproduce sound that’s clean, highly transparent, and faithful to the original recording.
Pure Direct Mode Pure Direct Mode turns the display and the digital outputs off to minimize interference that might color the audio signal. What you hear is clean, detailed, accurate sound.
Vibration-Resistant Design Vibration-resistant design reduces the adverse audio effects of heavy components within hi-fi products so that sound quality meets Denon standards. Power transformers are fitted near the bottom and immediately above the insulators to prevent unwanted vibration. By lowering the transformer, the vibration surrounding the chassis is reduced, resulting in pristine sound.
110+ Years of First in Audio Technology Founded in 1910, Denon has a deep heritage of "firsts" in audio technology—from Japan's first audio electronics manufacturer to producing the world's first commercial CDs. This focused investment in audio R&D ensures you get the latest technology and highest quality with every listening experience.