Modern technology gives us many things.

For those who still have a CD collection – you need to hear the Marantz CD 60

While most people stream their music, there are still a lot of audio lovers who have sizable collections of CDs and Marantz has released the CD 60 high performance player o they can enjoy superior sound quality.

The CD 60 is made from modern materials and brings in architectural design, so it nicely matches the existing Marantz amplifiers or as a standalone add-on to any existing hi-fi system.

“With so much attention devoted to the burgeoning vinyl market plus the popularity of streaming content, it’s easy to forget that an entire generation of music lovers built sizable collections of beloved compact discs, making it no surprise that CD players still rank among our top selling components.” said Joel Sietsema, Marantz brand president.

“Marantz was present at the dawn of CD technology with our original player, the CD 63.

“Now, the CD 60 reminds us why we fell in love with the format 40 years ago – delivering more warmth, musicality, and detail than any player in its class.”

The new Marantz CD60 he’s a perfect partner for the newly announced Model 40n integrated stereo amplifier.

Also available in black

This power couple not only offers outstanding quality for listeners to enjoy their CD collections but they also offer modern streaming conveniences as well.

Under the hood is the latest HDAM (hyperdynamic amplifier modules), a proprietary Marantz technology, which is utilised in the analogue output stage and have been further optimised to flow more accurate current and lower distortion at high frequencies.

Apart from remarkable CD playback quality, the Marantz CD 60 also has a front panel USB-A port which will enable an array of digital files including MP3, WMA, AAC and WAV, FLAC HD, ALAC, AIFF (up to 192kHz/24bit) and DSD (up to 5.6mHz) from a connected USB storage device.

CD 60 also has a new reference class D/A converter for optimal high fidelity and clarity across all frequency ranges.

Also on board the CD 60 is the Marantz HDAM-SA2 high performance headphone amp circuit which has three gain settings to match almost any headphone.

The Marantz CD 60 player will be available in June from authorised Marantz retailers and will be priced at $1,749.