Belt Drive is More Than Just a Belt
Belt drive decouples the motor vibration from the CD
The CD turns on a precision bearing, analogous to a turntable bearing
A CD stabilizer removes vibrations and resonances from the CD
Due to the high inertia of the stabilizer any rotation is quiet and smooth.
Quiet operation of the servo circuit instead of multiple small and harsh speed changes (judder) prevents high frequency jitter from happening.
The mechanical integrity of the BDCD1.1’s music-optimized, belt-driven flywheel drive is reflected throughout the BDCD1.1 design.
Superlink, our uncompromising digital connection, employs four separate BNC cables to transmit data to the B.M.C. DAC. This works out to one cable per clock and one for the digital audio signal, with the master clock very close to the digital/analog conversion.
The result: A natural sounding musical player.
An optional, and built-in, Digital/Analog Converter Module stands out due to the extremely short and distortionless Current Injection and Load-Effect Free analog circuitry — and contributes further to the music’s impression of effortlessly unfolding.
The result: Music no longer sounds digital, but warm, open and powerful, as if it were from a superior analog sound source.