Musical Fidelity X Ray V3 CD player with X150 Integrated Amplifier

SALE

SGD1,800

SGD3,000

Good condition. No box.

Product Description

Musical Fidelity X-RAY V3 does not sound at its price. There are no timbral or dynamic simplifications. High detailing coexists peacefully with the comfort of perception: the player extracts a huge amount of musical information. The scene is stable, deep and divided according to plans with amazing clarity. The imaginary sources are slightly dissolved in space, the "air" seems a bit smoky, but it is rather a matter of taste. Such a balanced sound, unpainted and skillfully accentuated, makes a good impression.

The X-150 has inputs for three line-level sources and, a moving-magnet phono input. A remote control provides the ability to raise and lower volume, change source, and mute the amplifier. Tape and preamp outputs are provided. Musical Fidelity states that the circuit design of the X-150 is derived from that of the company's much more expensive Nu-Vista integrated. Separate power transformer windings are provided for the preamp and power amp sections, and four high-power output devices per channel are utilized. Interestingly, the power output specs for the X-150 vary by source. The average published spec is 80 watts per channel into 8 ohms, increasing to 140 into 4 ohms.

Specifications

CD player specs:
Digital converter: Delta Sigma, 24 bit, 8 x oversampling
Frequency response: 10Hz to 20kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 115dB
Channel separation: 100dB
Total harmonic distortion: 0.006%
Line output: 2.14V
Digital outputs: coaxial, optical

X150 amplifier specs:
75 watts per channel into 8 Ohms
Doubling to 150 watts into 4 Ohms
75 Amps of peak current delivery
0.01% distortion
Highly linear +/- 0.5db 20Hz - 20kHz response

Return & Refund Policy

• All Pre-Owned items have been tested before listing.
• NO WARRANTY.
• We encourage buyers to test and verify the equipment condition at our showroom (1 Coleman Street, The Adelphi, Unit 03-35) — pre-owned condition as shown on our listed page.