Solid Deck Has the Goods for Superb CD Sound
Three elements give the C-755 an edge in audio refinement: first, a rigid 1.6 mm-thick full-flat chassis combines with a solid aluminum faceplate to virtually eliminate vibration. Second, a massive custom EI transformer and large audio-grade capacitors stabilize voltage, feeding your amp with a clean full-bandwidth signal. This improves soundstaging, headroom, and channel separation. Third, it has a high-quality DAC, precision clock, and VLSC™ filtering should you choose to output a pulse-noise-free analog signal to your power amp. Compact half-width dimensions, meanwhile, give freedom to position this stylish player anywhere, without it dominating your interior design. Paired with a matching R-N855 Network Stereo Receiver or refreshing an existing stereo setup, the C-755 will delight with seriously great sound.
Solid Aluminum Front Panel
Like the R-N855 Stereo Receiver it’s designed to match, the C-755 has a thick and solid aluminum front panel in smoky silver or black finish. As well as looking great, the material serves a practical purpose, working together with the rigid chassis to prevent vibration.
Compact Design Fits Anywhere
This handsome player is roughly half the width of a full-sized CD deck, allowing you to place it on a bookshelf or desktop (perhaps augmenting your current computer audio system as a high-quality yet affordable CD transport).
Massive Transformer and Capacitors for Stability
The C-755 uses a massive custom-built EI transformer and audio-quality capacitors to ensure clean and stable voltage to drive the signal. This maintains wide bandwidth and fast dynamics for lively sound.
Full-Flat Anti-Vibration Chassis
Build quality starts from the ground up with a highly rigid, 1.6 mm-thick, fully flat chassis that provides excellent protection against mechanical vibrations that can negatively impact on audio clarity.
High-Precision Clocking Mechanism
The C-755 features precise clocking mechanism that controls the timing of all digital signal processes. The player uses a state-of-the-art crystal oscillator that achieves a frequency deviation of just ±10 ppm—much lower than with a conventional oscillator.
VLSC™ Reduces Noise and Reveals Detail
Pulse noise arises when converting digital signals to analog. The C-755 CD player features VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry), a unique technology that analyzes input and output signal information and erases noise to clarify details otherwise hidden in a subtle veil of high-frequency distortion.
Quality AKM 192 kHz/24-bit DAC
If you own an integrated power amp, the C-755 can feed it a clean, noise-free analog signal courtesy of a 192 kHz/24-bit DAC from AKM. The device has a low noise floor, excellent bandwidth performance, and quality output filter to preserve the full frequency spectrum while reducing noise.
Swift and Silent Front-loading Disc Mechanism
The smooth front-loading disc tray makes it easy to load up a disc and start listening. Unlike some systems with awkward industrial designs, you’re less likely to scratch the disc when loading up music, while the sturdy mechanism itself enhances playback stability. Naturally, the C-755 plays regular audio CDs as well as copied or MP3-encoded discs you’ve made yourself.
Remote Interactive (RI) Remote Controller
If your current system features Remote Interactive inputs and outputs, you can control both components using either remote. Limited functions include power off and power on, and playback controls. The supplied remote gives you the option to shuffle songs, repeat tracks, randomize playback, or arrange playback order for up to 25 songs on an album.