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Pioneer PD-30-K  CD Player
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Pioneer PD-30-K CD Player

Price per Unit (piece): $999.00

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Play Super Advanced CDs with DSD and music from USB.

Plays • CD, CD-R, CD-RW
• SACD discs
• DVD-R, DVD-RW (Audio only)


This SACD player features Direct Construction with Separate Shield Structure. The shield isolates the audio block from the power block allowing the signal transmission to pass through the shortest and simplest path. This reduces noise and distortion resulting in crystal clear audio.
Including Hi-bit DSP technology, the PD-30 guarantees high-precision and high-speed processing for significantly greater accuracy.


The player is compatible with Direct Stream Digital (DSD) discs - the optimum format for storing extremely high-resolution audio on SACD. Or you can plug in your iPod/iPhone/iPad via the digital connection to enjoy the superior sound output, compared to audio offered by analogue connections.


A front USB port allows immediate access to music files stored on your USB memory stick (MP3, MPEG-4, AAC, WMA).
Sound Retriever significantly improves the sound quality of those compressed audio files to give you CD-level clarity.

CD Frequency Response 2 Hz – 20,000 Hz

  • SACD Frequency Response 2 Hz – 50,000 Hz


  • SACD Sampling Frequency 2.8224 MHz (DSD)


  • CD Dynamic Range (EIAJ) 100 dB


  • SACD Dynamic Range (EIAJ) 108 dB


  • CD Distortion (EIAJ) < 0.0022 %


  • SACD Distortion (EIAJ) < 0.0020 %


  • S/N Ratio 117 dB


  • Power Requirements AC 220-240 V / 50/60 Hz


  • Power Consumption (in use/standby) 37 W / 0.45 W


  • Dimensions (W x H x D) 435 x 128 x 329 mm


  • Weight 5.6 kg


    Other highlights include:


    • Aluminium front panel provides rigidity for a clear and stable audio performance
    • Pure Audio Listening mode for impeccable analogue sound reproduction
    • iPod/iPhone/iPad charging


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