|Warranty length||2 Years (3 Years on registration)|
Output Level: 2 +/- 0.3 V (1 kHz, 0 dB)
Signal/Noise Ratio: 113 dB
Harmonic Distortion: 0.002% (1 kHz)
Dynamic Range: 100dB
Freq Response: 2 Hz-20 kHz
Super Audio CD
Dynamic Range: 105 dB
Freq Response: 2 Hz-50 kHz (-3 dB)
Dimensions (WHD): 435 x 137 x 440 mm
Weight: 15 kg
Addressing the need for dedicated CD players, Yamaha CD-S1000 allows audiophiles to enjoy music exactly as it was recorded with absolutely no details added or lost. When connected to an integrated amp, the DAC uses a differential motion mode to achieve balanced signal transmission of all stages.
Using an analogue mechanism to pick up a signal, even during the digital reproduction of a CD, the drive mechanism significantly impacts the precision of the subsequent digital signal and the final sound. The CD-S1000 incorporates Yamaha's exclusive loading mechanism with superior quietness that solidly supports the CD drive along with a highly reliable brushless spindle motor. The aluminium disc tray provides a luxurious touch matched to the superb sound quality.
The independent power supplies enable separate transformers to isolate the audio circuitry from the digital circuitry eliminating any effect of noise from both circuits. The audio section employs a toroidal transformer that holds down magnetic flux leakage to achieve a stable power supply. Specialised windings on the left and right channels isolate the rated current circuits to the left and right beyond them, achieving superior separation characteristics.
The Yamaha CD-S1000 has a left-right symmetrical circuitry design with a stable heavy-duty construction due to a reinforcing bar in its centre. Specially designed feet stabilise the grounding and are very effective in damping external vibrations.
Capable of playing Super Audio CDs for an even more dynamic listening experience, the CD-S1000 CD player incorporates the Pure Direct circuit, which has long been used in Yamaha's AV amplifiers. Due to the independent analogue and digital sections, the company's expertise in AV amplifiers helped them achieve maximum sound quality. When Pure Direct is on, the display is turned off and digital output is stopped, enabling the highest possible analogue sound quality.