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Stanton C.501 Dual Rackmount CD Player with MP3
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This CD Player with MP3 has an anti-shock buffer and jog wheel control and plays CDs, CDRs, and MP3s. Features versatile ±4, 8, or 16% pitch control,...Click To Read More About This Product
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An affordable dual CD player that plays MP3s.
This CD Player with MP3 has an anti-shock buffer and jog wheel control and plays CDs, CDRs, and MP3s. Features versatile ±4, 8, or 16% pitch control, +10 track skip search, auto cue, fader start function, relay play capability, and S/PDIF digital output. Includes separate player and remote control units for flexible placement.
- Dual rackmount CD player with full MP3 playback
- 20-sec. anti-shock buffer prevents CD skips
- Easy jog wheel control over pitch bend/frame search
- Scan tracks quickly with +10 track skip search
- Versatile pitch adjustment with ±4, 8, or 16% control
- Auto cue function cues track to start of music
- Fader start function and relay play capability
- S/PDIF digital output
- Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz ±1.0dB
- THD+N with 20kHz low-pass filter: < 0.01% at 1 kHz
S/N Ratio: With 20kHz low-pass filter and IHF-A Weighted
- Output Level: +6dBV (2 Vrms) ±1dB at 1kHz, 0dB
- Channel Balance: Within 1 dB at 1kHz, 0dB
- De-Emphasis Response: +3/-0 dB at 16kHz, -20 dB
- Channel Separation: With 20 kHz low-pass filter and IHF-A Weighted
- 90 dB at 1kHz, 0 dB
- Searching time: (Test Disc: TCD-792)
- Short Access Time: 4 sec Play next Track
- Long Access Time: 6 sec Track 1 to 20, 20 to 1
- Power Supply: AC 115/230V, 50/60Hz. 15W
- Dimensions: 482(W) x 88.8(H) x 60(D) mm
- Weight: 1.7kgs.
- Interruption: 0.7mm TDC-725
- Black Dot: 0.6mm TDC-725
- Finger Prints: 65um TDC-725
- Eccentricity: 140um TDC-712 W/O Track Jump
- Vertical Deviation: 0.5mm TDC-731R
Reviewed by 4 customers
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Plugged it in, hooked it up, turned it on, and immediately got a buzzing/beeping sound when the gain on the amp (NOT the mixer) was turned up. It disappeared again when I turned this unit off. I should note that it was NOT a ground-loop buzz, NOR AC hum. The best way to describe it would be to say it's like a staticky/squealing sound.When the unit is in a powering on or paused state, the "Play" LED flashes on and off. If you don't have either side playing (paused or no disc) there is also what I could almost call a beeping / interference that goes on and off *exactly* with the play/pause LED. This sound is easily heard even with your amp gain turned way down.Note: When music is actually playing the sound isn't really noticeable at all. I should also add that I did not have to have the gain maxed out to hear the intereference. It was all too apparent at low gain levels.I RMA'd the first unit thinking it could have just been a defective, but 2nd one arrived today and does same thing. Sending back and getting a different brand's comparable model.***Features were rated 7 because it has very basic features; not even looping.Quality was rated 5 because of the noise and because the anti-shock memory didn't seem to work all that great either.***Sound quality when actually playing music was great with the volume up, however. Think twice about this if sound quality matters. (When doesn't it?)
The first unit arrived and did not work - it would even recognize the right CD deck, nor would the deck open. Since I've had good luck with Stanton products in the past, I thought maybe I had gotten a bad unit (hey it happens, right?) Ordered up a new one, installed it and it seemed to work fine, that is until I got to the show. About an hour into the thing, the deck would not read CD's and began skipping and clicking. It also had this strange buzzing/squealing that came through the system (never had this problem in the past with any other piece of equipment). The noise was exacerbated by some of the effects built into my mixer and was more pronounced with delays, choruses, and reverbs. Buyer beware on this piece of equipment. I'm moving on to something different and more dependable.
A super player, plays all cd's without problems, well worth the money.
I'm currently using this setup with my DNS-3000.I'm beginning to prefer using the stanton system over the Denon. Beat matching seems much easier with the stanton although I prefer the cueing system on the denon(smoother audio cueing) rather than the stantons clicky cueing, but it works out well and you cant beat the price.