The Turandot MKII is the new height that Opera audio has achieved in a 24bit over sampling CD-player. Advanced digital and analogue design, construction techniques and components, which have been carefully selected, have been combined to provide the highest performance. The Turandot is built using 2 separate power supplies, the CD-loader support remains the same developed for the Droplet CDP5.0, which is also a sandwich type graphite float for exceptional stability to control drive vibration. Along with a clear super clock technological improvement over the previous design, the Turandot has achieved the ability to reduce the digital distortion close to the theoretical minimum for a 16-bit jitter-test.
The new Turandot MKII CD player allows for a digital input from our high definition digital music interface D-linear7 as well as from other cd transports, cable TV decoders or satellite receivers, either through the CD player's co-axial or optical inputs or with any other device with a digital PCM output. This will not only provide high quality audio but also is very easy to use. The future of digital playback is here and changing everyday, Opera Audio is providing our customers with the most up to date high quality equipment for their future audio enjoyment.
-Digital jitter down to an astonishing 118 psec.
-Digital Sample Rates (Fs): 352.8 kHz sample rates for CD playback to the analog audio outputs.
-DAC section with local clock and PCM1792 chip under the main board.
-Separate mains transformers and multiple supply regulation for the transport servos and digital processing sections.
-Differential analogue filter and output stage based around high quality Burr-Brown OPA627 opamps. This stage includes independent power supply regulation.