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Cambridge Audio Sonata CD30 specs

We are currently working on upgrading our specs, but here are some short details.

Disc types - CD(CD- DA), CD – R/RW

D/A converter - Wolfson Microelectronics WM8716 24-Bit/192kHz capable

Frequency response - 20Hz – 20kHz (+/-0.5dB)

<0.003% @ 1kHz 0dBFs
<0.005% 20Hz – 20kHz 0dBFs

Linearity - +/- 1dB @ -90dBFs

Stopband rejection (>24kHz) - >90dB

S/N ratio - >90dB

Total correlated jitter - <300pS

Crosstalk @ 1kHz - <-100dB

Crosstalk @ 20kHz - <-80dB

Output impedance - <50ohms

Power supply - All versions 100-240V AC ~ 50/60Hz

Max. power consumption - 7W

Standby power consumption - <5W

Dimensions - 270 x 67 x 285mm (WxHxD)

Gross weight (boxed) / Net weight (unboxed) - 3.6kg (7.9lbs) / 2.3kg (5.0lbs)

If you are interested in using our specs commercially, check out our CD Players specs database licensing page.

Description: The audiophile CD30 player features an entirely new servo transport solution providing the ultimate platform for which Cambridge Audio is renowned and shuns the DVD-ROM derived design commonplace in this category.

The CD30 uses a high grade Wolfson WM8716 DAC (digital to analogue converter) for sensational sound and stereo imaging and switches on automatically when CD source is selected from the receiver.

Created by MG15 , Last update by MG2 , Jul 26, 2010


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