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ORACLE  PARIS 2011                                                                                  Listino  ufficiale  €.  4.900,00


PARIS 2011 -   Colori : Glossy Black, Glossy Red, Glossy White, Glossy Silver Prezzo escluso Braccio

  While re-thinking the new MkV we felt it was very important to maintain the design signature of the original Paris turntable. Everything else is a total redesign! The Oracle mechanical design concepts are always intimately linked to the overlapping of different materials interacting within a same assembly for an optimal control of vibrations and resonances. The Paris MkV follows that same construction philosophy. Compared with the Delphi MkVI which has a very sophisticated full floating spring suspension and micro vibration stabiliser system, the Paris suspension is very efficient while being much simpler. It has been completely redesigned taking into account the findings that led to the development of the Delphi MkVI. The platter and tonearm are mounted on a semi floating chassis using a suspension made of fibreglass rods and sorbothane rings. The combination of these materials contributes to virtually eliminate the access of unwanted vibrations to the semi floating chassis where the platter, the tone arm and the phono cartridge are interacting. The Paris tonearm, available as an option, features a micro vibration damping system specially developed by Oracle to eliminate undesirable resonances and vibrations generated within the tonearm itself due to the interaction of the needle with the disc. The combination of the suspension efficiency coupled with the micro vibration control system provides true isolation from the external environment allowing the stylus to retrieve the most accurate information from the record groove. The Paris is a belt driven turntable and has a low voltage synchronous AC motor. The drive electronics of the Paris has a very high precision oscillator circuit which creates a perfect sine wave signal to feed the motor ensuring high rotational accuracy for optimal speed stability. This system also isolates the drive electronics from line voltage impurities and fluctuations. The above features combined to the choice of materials are the essence of a high performance turntable and together explain the Paris outstanding music reproduction!Specifications Drive: AC synchronous motor, belt driven, external power adapterPlatter: Two piece platter consisting of an aluminum hub supporting the main acrylic platter. Plinth dimension: (WxDxH) 19,5 x 15 x 5 inches.  The height measured at the top of tonearm is 5"; the height becomes 6" with the dustcover installed. Speed selection: Two buttons for 33 and 45 rpm, adjustable with potentiometer. Suspension system: Adjustable, semi-floating sub-chassis on dual rod suspension system made of fibreglass and sorbothane decoupling. Tonearm mounting specs: Maximum center to center tonearm length accepted: 228 mm. * The Paris tonearm has for basic structure the Project 9CC carbon tonearm. Oracle Audio developed the micro vibration silicone damping device for this tonearm which greatly enhances its performance. The Project 9cc damping kit is offered as an upgrade for anyone who owns a Project 9cc tonearm! Power requirements: 100 / 120 / 230 volts @ 50 / 60 HzTurntable weight: 7 Kg ( 15 pounds )Regular power supply: 24 to 28 VDC / 500ma ( standard configuration )*Our optional Turbo Power Supply MkII is highly recommended for a maximum performance level!

ORACLE   DELPHY MKVI                                                                               Listino  ufficiale  €.   10.900,00

DELPHI MKVI  Caratteristiche: Chassis: Alluminio spazzolato, Base in Acrilico Trasparente Sistema di Sospensione: Brevettato con 12 componenti e 7 filtri meccanici per torre. Trascinamento: Cinghia, Motore AC sincrono specificatamente progettato. Clamp: Specificatamente progettato Dimensioni: 363 mm x 475 mm x 150 mm Peso: 18 Kg senza alimentazione esterna  Prezzo escluso Braccio OPTIONAL  Sovra Alimentazione: + 1.690 Euro Teca Metacrilato e Cerniere:+ 850 Euro
Since 1979, Oracle Audio has been producing state-of-the-art stereo components. Oracle's first turntable, the AC model, introduced new features and technologies to the analog world. Oracle's Delphi MkI was introduced in 1980. The new Delphi MkVI is the sixth edition of the Delphi's line heritage. Through the years the Delphi won numerous prestigious awards and it has been acclaimed worldwide! The Delphi MkVI was awarded the Analog Grand Prix 2010 Gold Award from Japan, more recently Enjoy the Music.com's Best of 2014 Blue Note Award. To this day the Delphi is still Oracle's flagship product and still serves as a reference in the analog community!Using the finest components and design technologies, the Oracle Delphi MkVI is exquisite in all aspects. Like its predecessors the Delphi MkVI is supported by three suspension pillars to efficiently control unwanted vibrations. It harbors a massive belt-driven platter that uses a center clamp system first introduced by Oracle back in 1979. The Delphi's floating chassis, milled from solid billets of aluminum, is an extremely rigid and inert structure supporting the tonearm and the platter. While the fabrication process of the Delphi is one of minute precision its development process is one of science and emotion; to bring out all of the music's depth and detail. Truly the Delphi MkVI is a work of art! The Delphi MkVI was launched in late 2009 featuring our new and innovative Micro Vibration Stabilizer System which took its performance level to new heights! Today, summer 2015, we are introducing the Delphi MkVI Second Generation. This latest edition features a two-piece platter assembly which greatly facilitates drive belt installation while also reducing platter resonances. Our drive electronics module was also modified and now harbors a larger power reserve which provides more torque to the motor. Although it is offered as an option, our recently revised Turbo Power Supply MkII exceeds all our expectations! It has a signal that is so stable it outperformed our references! We consider the Turbo Power Supply MkII as a fundamental part of the Delphi MkVI Second Generation. The new Delphi MkVI Second Generation provides a higher dynamic contrast than ever largely due to its improved transient response resulting in a remarkable ability to preserve the harmonic structure of the music. Driven by our new Turbo Power Supply MkII the Delphi MkVI Second Generation will transform your listening sessions into unforgettable lifelike experiences The global concept of the new Oracle Delphi MkVI, now in its 35th year, was developed around the control of micro vibrations and micro calibration. The micro vibration can be introduced from the inside as well as from the outside. We have to understand that the micro movement of the phono cartridge’s stylus is extremely vulnerable when capturing the minute deviations from the record groove. At the same time this stylus is extremely powerful because it sends through the system a vibrational energy that can and will stimulate other vulnerable components. This will also translate into resonances. How can it happen? Resonances generated by the tonearm bearings and the tonearm tube will go back all the way to the stylus and induce a coloration that is in no way related to the music being reproduced. Tonearm bearings play an extremely important role in the quality and integrity of the signal reproduction. Any micro movement within the tonearm bearings will also translate into a mechanical cancellation (two objects moving simultaneously in opposite directions). This means that the stylus will not capture all the micro signals engraved on the vinyl recording. When we think about the vibrational energy generated from the outside of the record player it is extremely difficult to identify all the sources that can affect the system but it is possible to regroup most of them into 3 categories: electrical, mechanical and acoustical. I will not address the electrical aspect here. For the other two categories the best option would be to completely isolate the player from the sound room in order to protect it against the sound pressure level. As for vibration, the use of an extremely massive platform would help keeping the unwanted mechanical energy outside of the picture. This would not be realistic and certainly not aesthetically successful! The magnetic isolation can be a solution but at the same time it can be a significant part of the problem. What changes have been made to the drive modules? The Delphi MkVI is a work of technical development and design aesthetics. As far as the aluminum drive module is concerned we made a cosmetic change to reach the visual balance of the new MkVI. The major change on the circuit with respect to the MkV series was to go from a circuit in fully discrete components to a surface mount configuration. The MkVI Second Generation version was modified to increase the current supply to the motor resulting in a motor torque increase of about 15%. Although minor this upgrade has a significant impact on the sonic performance of the Delphi MkVI Second Generation. We use a low voltage, precise synchronous AC motor on the Delphi MkVI Second Generation.What is the influence of the bigger sub-chassis on the performance of the MkVI? The floating sub-chassis of the Delphi MkVI was made larger than its predecessors. By using a larger sub-chassis we have improved the weight distribution simplifying the suspension calibration. The purpose of the counter-weight is to add more mass to the front left suspension tower to more efficiently counter-balance the mass of the tonearm. The coupling of the counter-weight to the floating sub-chassis also contributes in reducing internal sub-chassis resonances. Its positioning, well in sight on the inferior part of the sub-chassis, is a design detail meant to bring the Delphi a more massive look. The central part of the floating sub-chassis was made larger which had for effect to reduce the length of the three legs extending towards the suspension towers. We also increased the rigidity of the tonearm mounting section by widening the tonearm mounting ring support by about 35 percent. How does the MkVI bearing system differs from the MkV? The MkVI bearing system maintained the 6 point contact configuration that was developed for the MkV. We are now using a different material for the 6 calibration set screws. The main advantage of the MkVI bearing lies in the fact that the 6 new precision set screws are virtually inert to temperature change. This allows us to calibrate the main bearing system with greater accuracy and closer tolerances. This has a huge and direct impact on the signal reproduction quality of the Delphi MkVI. The MkVI bottom trust plate has been replaced with a polyamide-imide (PAI) high strength plastic with the highest strength and stiffness of any thermoplastic. It has outstanding resistance to wear. The impact of this new trust plate is extremely significant on the sound quality because of its ability to limit the noise generated by the spinning platter. The sonic benefits of the new MkVI bearing system are extremely significant and they are drastically revealed especially when in combination with the micro-vibration stabilizer system (MVSS). How significant is the Micro Vibration Stabilizer System?  The Micro Vibration Stabilizer System is the single most significant and most efficient improvement made to the Oracle turntable since its creation 35 years ago! The MVSS system represents the final barrier to the elimination of the micro vibrations. This system will virtually eliminate the access of micro vibrations to the most critical part of the turntable, the sub-chassis, tonearm, phono cartridge and platter assembly. What is the purpose of the MVSS? The purpose of the MVSS is to capture and dissipate the micro vibrations that are present within the floating sub-chassis without short circuiting the efficiency of the Oracle suspension system. By eliminating the micro vibrations the stylus / platter interaction becomes more accurate, the stylus becomes more stable and better controlled. This increased stability allows the phono cartridge to retrieve more information from the record groove which translates into a more accurate signal reproduction which will not only impact the lower register but the whole spectrum. This global improvement will be very noticeable at all levels: improved musical accuracy, harmonic integrity, transient's sharpness, dynamic contrast, tonal balance, depth of image. The listener suddenly becomes more musically involved and this is a very unique experience! How does the MVSS system control work? Beside each suspension tower a small reservoir is secured to the acrylic base of the Delphi. They are filled with an extremely low viscosity silicone fluid. Again, near the suspension housings a threaded stem is mounted to the bottom section of the sub-chassis, those are lining up with the silicone reservoirs, a threaded lock nut and a tapered shape plunger will complete the mechanism. Once the tonearm and cartridge are precisely calibrated, the suspension system perfectly adjusted the turntable is ready to operate. The plungers on each sub-chassis leg are now lining up with the reservoirs mounted to the acrylic base. When in the fully up position the plungers do no come in contact with the silicone fluid in the reservoirs.It is then possible to play your Oracle without the MVSS in operation. Then experiment with the calibration of the plungers by turning them clockwise when viewing them from above the turntable as reference. Each full turn will generate a plunger displacement of 1,27mm (0,050”). The same calibration should be done for each plunger. Since we are dealing with micro vibrations it is extremely important to lock the plunger in position with the locking ring. Moving the plungers by one turn increments will reveal how they influence the performance. At the factory the best results were achieved between 1½ and 2 full rotations of the plungers. This represents a plunger penetration from 1.90mm à 2.54mm 2,80mm into the silicone fluid. We also believe that the ambient temperature has little influence on the depth calibration of the plungers. The type of support furniture or the nature of the flooring may require some fine tuning of the calibration. The MVSS calibration is done by listening to music so it is in fact a matter of finding the sweet spot where we get the best equilibrium. What about the new Delrin adjustable feet? In our quest to further increase the performance level of the new MkVI we did not hesitate to challenge each of the systems we had in place on the Oracle Delphi. Extensive testing and listening test convinced us that the use of Delrin was extremely beneficial to the performance of the turntable. We found the new MkVI Delrin adjustable feet to provide a better sonic balance with all the different equipment racks it has been tested. This new system further improves the natural tones of the instrument and voices. In fact, it is the whole musical spectrum that is gaining from this new system! Has the power supply been changed at all? The basic version of the Delphi MkVI comes with a simple and efficient power supply. The Turbo Power Supply MkII is optional but highly recommended as it brings a substantial improvement to the performance level of the Delphi. Its DC power cord is made out of highly performing monofilament thread. What contributes the most to the sonic improvement we get from using the new Turbo Power Supply MkII is the reduction of the parasitic noise (ripple) to less than one millivolt, down from 120 millivolt ripple in the signal of the previous Turbo Power Supply MkI version. Suspension: The Delphi sub-chassis / platter / tonearm assembly is suspended by a tripedal mounting, which eliminates room vibrations. Each suspension tower assembly combines 12 different components, using 7 different mechanical filters, all working as a whole to efficiently control unwanted vibrations. Bearing assembly: The traditional two bushing system has been replaced by a new system using six precision surfaced nylon screws. With this, Oracle reaches the highest level of rotational accuracy. Motor drive electronics and drive belt:Oracle selected a specially designed AC synchronous motor. The Delphi MkVI features a dual current drive circuitry. This provides maximum start-up torque energy and minimum efficient operational energy, which guarantees lowest possible motor vibration. The molded belt plays an important role in maintaining maximum speed stability. Record / Platter: The maximum rigidity of the 4kg (8.8 pound) platter is immune to vibration by distributing most of the mass around its outer edge. The flywheel effect increases momentum. Record coupling system (standard): Oracle pioneered the now well established “record clamp system” to solve specific vinyl disc “warp” problems. Hard acrylic mat: The Oracle acrylic mat made from specially formulated polymer shows better matching characteristics (impedance) with the vinyl disc. Sub-chassis: Oracle demonstrates that superior engineering can also be aesthetic. The hand brushed aluminum with a clear lacquer coated skeletal sub-chassis will dissipate unwanted energy through efficient coupling and clamping methods. Maximum rigidity, minimal surface area and energy control are key design. Plinth: The standard plinth is Clear Acrylic. An optional Black Granite plinth is available for an extra charge. Power Supply: The Delphi MkVI comes standard with a regular power supply. The optional Turbo Power Supply MkII is the result of an extensive development and performance comparisons between reference elements such as special batteries and monstrous power source. The Oracle Turbo Power supply outperformed them all! The turbo power source transforms an outstanding performance into a wonderful musical experience. Both power supplies ship with a removable power cord. Oracle/SME Tonearm (Optional): The Oracle/SME tonearm provides superbly detailed and transparent sound, making the music seem more alive and open. This tonearm offers differing pivot to stylus distances and was designed for the needs of a broader market requiring alternative arm length and interchangeable shell facility. The internal wiring of the tonearm is upgraded to Van den Hul MCS 150 silver litz wire. Dimensions: 363 X 475 X 150 mm 14.5 X 19 X 6 in Weight: with acrylic base: 16 kg - 35 pounds


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ORACLE SME - A (specificamente modificati per DELPHY)

SME 309 Silver Su Richiesta

SME 309 Nero Su Richiesta SME 345 Prezzo: Su Richiesta SME IV Silver Shell Intercambiabule Su richiesta SME V : Su Richiesta

Ogbi Braccio Sme viene specificatamente tarato per il Delphy o il Paris


ORACLE   THALIA                                                                                              Listino  ufficiale  €.   2.246,00

Fonorilevatori: (specificamente progettati per Oracle SME e DELPHY)  Thalia (Alta Uscita)

ORACLE   CORINTH                                                                                          Listino  ufficiale  €.   2.246,00
 Fonorilevatori: (specificamente progettati per Oracle SME e DELPHY)  Corinth (Bassa Uscita)


Since 1979, Oracle Audio Technologies has been producing state of the art stereo components. The Oracle Thalia and Corinth phono cartridges extend the product line with the finest phono cartridges available today. The Thalia is a high-output moving-coil cartridge while the Corinth is a low-output moving-coil cartridge tuned for higher-end phono stages. They are known for their warmth, precision and their musicality. The Corinth and Thalia have been designed and voiced for Oracle by Albert Lukaschek from Benz Micro in Switzerland. The Thalia and Corinth come nicely dressed in an ebony wood body while the Corinth Reference has a body carved in zebrawood. The Corinth Reference is quick and transparent and it is the very best low output phono cartridge available!


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ORACLE   PH 1000                                                                                       Listino  ufficiale  €.   10.900,00

PH 1000 Temple – Pre Phono   Chassis: Alluminio spazzolato Operatività: Stato Solido, Discreto, Classe A, Push Pull. Ingressi: MM RCA, MC1/MC2 RCA Impedenza: MM 47 kOhms, MC1/MC2 25,50,100,330,470 Ohms Uscite: RCA, XLR Risposta in Frequenza: 10 Hz-35 kHz Guadagno: 40,44,48,52,56,60 db, Cirrus Logic Rapporto Segnale/Rumore: >80 dB Dimensioni: 445 mm x 165 mm x 483mm Alimentazione: Esterna Peso: 9 kg + 4 Kg Alimentazione
 


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ORACLE   SI 1000 MKII                                                                       Listino  ufficiale  €.   15.150,00



SI 1000 MKII – Amplificatore Integrato  Caratteristiche: Chassis: Alluminio spazzolato Smorzamento delle vibrazioni tramite sistema brevettato Potenza: 175 Watts x 2 (8 Ohms) Operatività: Sezione Pre in Classe A, Sezione Finale in Classe A/B Ingressi: RCA x 3, XLR, Tape, Bypass Uscite: Cardas Rhodium Speaker (shielded), Rec OUT (RCA) Pre OUT (RCA) THD + N: <0.1 %, 0,005% @ 30 Watts (8 Ohms) Guadagno: Cirrus Logic Input Device: Junction FET, 68 kOhms Rapporto Segnale/Rumore: 100 dB a piena potenza. Consumo: 615 Watts, 30 Watts in Stand By Dimensioni: 445 mm x 165 mm x 483mm Peso: 35 kg Con telecomando in alluminiio (Piena Funzionalità)


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ORACLE   CD 2500 MKII                                                                      Listino  ufficiale  €.   19.300,00



CD 2500 MKIII (Riferimento Assouluto)  Caratteristiche: Chassis: Alluminio Ricavato dal pieno spazzolato Smorzamento delle vibrazioni tramite sistema brevettato Meccanica: CD PRO II Philips Conversione: Basato su Cirrus Logic Crystal one bit chipset (24 bit-192 Khz) Oversampling: 128X Uscite: BNC, SP/DIF, XLR, RCA Consumo: 15 Watts Alimentazione: Separata, Trasfaramtore 800 VA Dimensioni: 425 mm x 150 mm x 363mm Peso: 16 kg (alimentazione a parte) Con telecomando in alluminiio Prezzo: 19.300 Euro

About the CD2500 MkIV CD player & the CD2000 MkIII CD transport Oracle analogue and digital products have always been designed and built as "musical instruments" that can stand the test of time. It is our belief that achieving simplicity in design is a combination of knowledge and common sense. A properly designed device creates its own form; one that reflects the beauty of its function. True artistry combines these elements by means of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. Many of the problems that affect the accurate reproduction of recorded music derive from unwanted internal or external vibration. To address this issue the CD2000 MkIII and CD2500 MkIV use a massive aluminum floating chassis and a Delrin decoupling system of the cd drive. Furthermore, our unique suspension and disc clamping systems originally used in our analog turntables, have been adapted for use in our "State of the Art" CD Players. The CD2500 MkIV harbors a new DAC board that uses the Burr Brown PCM1792 which allows input and output of digital data of up to 24bits/192khz. The CD player uses four independent and fully discrete analog modules, one for each of the analog signals from the PCM1792. These analog modules which have been further improved from previous versions are at the center of the music reproduction quality. The CD2500 MkIV can be used as your reference DAC for other digital sources since it features a SPDIF digital signal input. Both the CD2000 MkIII and CD2500 Mk IV have had their power supply stage totally redesigned. There is better realism, more dynamics and we are closer to a true analog-like sound than ever! Design & Technology CD Turntable Interface Because the CD vibrates slightly due to the high rotational spin speed of the CD mechanism this vibration problem or "chatter problem" had to be addressed. Oracle Audio created an interface system that effectively controls this unwanted vibration through an innovative combination of materials and their interaction. CD Coupling System Chatter is a persistent feature of the compact disc, and it causes a major problem. The chatter or wobble of the disc causes the laser to lack focal clarity which results in distortion or misread information. This in turn causes the error correction circuitry to have to operate and sometimes to excess. Oracle pioneered the now well established record clamp system to solve problems with analogue records back in 1979. A similar system has been developed by Oracle to combat CD chatter. Our Disc clamp acts to eliminate the chatter by magnetism coupled with a slight vacuum created by a thick Urethane washer; together these two effects solved the problems. Craftsmanship In order to achieve an impeccable natural finish on most of the machined parts, diamond cutting tools are used extensively. Each aluminium component is hand brushed and coated with a high gloss polyester lacquer to seal and preserve the beautiful natural appearance. At Oracle Audio Technologies, people make the difference in manufacturing, they are craftsmen devoted to serving our customers. Their work creates pride of ownership; their passion for detail shows at every step of the manufacturing process. Their manufacturing techniques and skills result in a work of art. The floating chassis The floating chassis plays an important role within the CD 2500 and CD 2000; it must rigidly support both the mechanism and the adjacent electronics. Its maximum rigidity, its minimal surface area and energy control are key its design parameters. The floating chassis system as a whole, due to its high mass, contributes in effectively controlling vibrations with the aid of additional mechanical filters. The chassis nylon sleeve within the Cd enclosure eliminates the high frequencies, the Delrin drive decoupling pillars remove medium and high frequency interferences from the vicinity of the drive mechanism. Finally, a Urethane compound acts as a mechanical energy trap reducing any remaining vibration to an insignificant level. Suspension Because the world around a CD player vibrates, the mechanism must be isolated from it. Oracle’s suspension system has proved to be virtually the very best in the industry. The Oracle CD 2500'S and CD 2000's floating chassis assembly is suspended and isolated from room vibrations using four suspension towers. Each suspension tower assembly combines no less than 12 different components on both the CD Drive/Player. The suspension system is a highly sophisticated device combining 7 different mechanical filters all working as a whole to effectively control unwanted vibrations. The CD player's levelling feet with their convex shape represent the first barrier to limit vibrations from reaching the CD playing platform. The delrin suspension pillars will cut mid and higher frequencies and the upper spring rubber bushing controls spring resonances while the conical shape suspension spring takes care of the crucial lower frequencies. The spring adjustment sleeve provides spring calibration while controlling spring resonances and the sorbothane damper represents the mechanical energy trap reducing vibrations to an insignificant level. Finally, the felt dampers control inner spring resonances. CD2500 Mk IV Input / Output Interface: Analog output: 1 Pair RCA, 1 pair XLR Balanced.RCA SP/DIF digital signal output: RCA, SP/DIFLoad Impedance: 75 Ohms Output Impedance: 75 Ohms Output Level: 0.5 Volts, peak to peak @ 75 Ohms. Output Impedance: Lower than 100 Ohms. Analog Output Level: RCA single ended 2 Volts RMS, XLR 4 Volts RMS. DAC: Burr Brown PCM1792-AG. Resolution: 24 bits @ 192 KHz. Signal to noise ratio: 129 dB Dynamic Range: 123 dB Total Harmonic Distortion: 0,0015%Analog frequency response: 10 – 50 KHz +/-0,3 dB RCA.


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ORACLE   CD 1000 MKII                                                                         Listino  ufficiale  €.    8.900,00

Meccanica CD 1000 MKII  Caratteristiche: Chassis: Alluminio Ricavato dal pieno spazzolato Meccanica: CD PRO II Philips Uscite: BNC, SP/DIF, XLR AES/EBU, ST (AT&T) Optical Consumo: 13 Watts Alimentazione: Separata, Trasfaramtore 800 VA Dimensioni: 419 mm x 152 mm x 355mm Peso: 22 kg Con telecomando in alluminiio

Many of the problems that affect the accurate reproduction of recorded music derive from unwanted internal or external vibration. To address this issue the chassis of the CD 1000 series is sculpted in a massive aluminum block. The CD drive unit is decoupled from the main frame through delrin pillars. Urethane feet act as a suspension/mechanical filter to efficiently decouple the unit from its external environment. Furthermore, our disc clamping systems originally used in our analog turntables have been adapted for use in our "State of the Art" CD Players. The CD 1000 MkIII is a reference digital transport that uses the Phillips CD PRO2 drive. Oracle analog and digital products have always been designed and built as "musical instruments" that can stand the test of time. It is our belief that achieving simplicity in design is a combination of knowledge and common sense. A properly designed device creates its own form; one that reflects the beauty of its function. True artistry combines these elements by means of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. "Most likely designed to resemble its more expensive older sibling, the CD 1000 is in reality a much better looking machine. As sleek as the Stealth fighter and probably containing nearly as much digital power, the CD 1000 is low slung like an Italian sports car, its hand-brushed aluminum in clear lacquer coating absolutely stunning to behold." Ken Micaleff, 6moons.com - 2007 Specifications Digital Audio Signal, XLR, AES/EBU, ST (AT&T), BNC SP/DIF. Optical Audio signal format: single ended SP/DIF. Load Impedance: 75 Ohms Output Impedance: 75 Ohms Output Level: 0.5 Volts, peak to peak @ 75 Ohms. AES/EBU Digital signal format: XLR Load Impedance: 110 Ohms Output Impedance: 110 Ohms Output Level: 4 Volts, peak to peak @ 110 Ohms. Optical signal nominal wavelength: 650nm Dimensions: ( 16.5 x 6 x 14 ) inches Weight: 30 pounds (approx)

ORACLE   CD 1500 MKII                                                                     Listino  ufficiale  €.   11.700,00


CD 1500 MKII  Caratteristiche: Chassis: Alluminio Ricavato dal pieno spazzolato Meccanica: CD PRO II Philips Conversione: Basato su Cirrus Logic Crystal one bit chipset (24 bit-192 Khz) Oversampling: 128X Uscite: BNC, SP/DIF, XLR, RCA Consumo: 15 Watts Alimentazione: Separata, Trasfaramtore 800 VA Dimensioni: 419 mm x 152 mm x 355mm Peso: 22 kg (aliemtazione a parte) Con telecomando in alluminiio
 

ORACLE   CD 2000 MKII                                                                     Listino  ufficiale  €.   13.000,00


Meccanica CD 2000 MKII (Riferimento Assouluto)  Caratteristiche: Chassis: Alluminio Ricavato dal pieno spazzolato Meccanica: CD PRO II Philips Uscite: BNC, SP/DIF, XLR AES/EBU, ST (AT&T) Optical Consumo: 13 Watts Alimentazione: Separata, Trasfaramtore 800 VA Dimensioni: 425 mm x 150 mm x 363mm Peso: 16 kg (alimentazione a parte) Con telecomando in alluminiio

About the CD2500 MkIV CD player & the CD2000 MkIII CD transport Oracle analogue and digital products have always been designed and built as "musical instruments" that can stand the test of time. It is our belief that achieving simplicity in design is a combination of knowledge and common sense. A properly designed device creates its own form; one that reflects the beauty of its function. True artistry combines these elements by means of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. Many of the problems that affect the accurate reproduction of recorded music derive from unwanted internal or external vibration. To address this issue the CD2000 MkIII and CD2500 MkIV use a massive aluminum floating chassis and a Delrin decoupling system of the cd drive. Furthermore, our unique suspension and disc clamping systems originally used in our analog turntables, have been adapted for use in our "State of the Art" CD Players. The CD2500 MkIV harbors a new DAC board that uses the Burr Brown PCM1792 which allows input and output of digital data of up to 24bits/192khz. The CD player uses four independent and fully discrete analog modules, one for each of the analog signals from the PCM1792. These analog modules which have been further improved from previous versions are at the center of the music reproduction quality. The CD2500 MkIV can be used as your reference DAC for other digital sources since it features a SPDIF digital signal input. Both the CD2000 MkIII and CD2500 Mk IV have had their power supply stage totally redesigned. There is better realism, more dynamics and we are closer to a true analog-like sound than ever! Design & Technology CD Turntable Interface Because the CD vibrates slightly due to the high rotational spin speed of the CD mechanism this vibration problem or "chatter problem" had to be addressed. Oracle Audio created an interface system that effectively controls this unwanted vibration through an innovative combination of materials and their interaction. CD Coupling System Chatter is a persistent feature of the compact disc, and it causes a major problem. The chatter or wobble of the disc causes the laser to lack focal clarity which results in distortion or misread information. This in turn causes the error correction circuitry to have to operate and sometimes to excess. Oracle pioneered the now well established record clamp system to solve problems with analogue records back in 1979. A similar system has been developed by Oracle to combat CD chatter. Our Disc clamp acts to eliminate the chatter by magnetism coupled with a slight vacuum created by a thick Urethane washer; together these two effects solved the problems. Craftsmanship In order to achieve an impeccable natural finish on most of the machined parts, diamond cutting tools are used extensively. Each aluminium component is hand brushed and coated with a high gloss polyester lacquer to seal and preserve the beautiful natural appearance. At Oracle Audio Technologies, people make the difference in manufacturing, they are craftsmen devoted to serving our customers. Their work creates pride of ownership; their passion for detail shows at every step of the manufacturing process. Their manufacturing techniques and skills result in a work of art. The floating chassis The floating chassis plays an important role within the CD 2500 and CD 2000; it must rigidly support both the mechanism and the adjacent electronics. Its maximum rigidity, its minimal surface area and energy control are key its design parameters. The floating chassis system as a whole, due to its high mass, contributes in effectively controlling vibrations with the aid of additional mechanical filters. The chassis nylon sleeve within the Cd enclosure eliminates the high frequencies, the Delrin drive decoupling pillars remove medium and high frequency interferences from the vicinity of the drive mechanism. Finally, a Urethane compound acts as a mechanical energy trap reducing any remaining vibration to an insignificant level. Suspension Because the world around a CD player vibrates, the mechanism must be isolated from it. Oracle’s suspension system has proved to be virtually the very best in the industry. The Oracle CD 2500'S and CD 2000's floating chassis assembly is suspended and isolated from room vibrations using four suspension towers. Each suspension tower assembly combines no less than 12 different components on both the CD Drive/Player. The suspension system is a highly sophisticated device combining 7 different mechanical filters all working as a whole to effectively control unwanted vibrations. The CD player's levelling feet with their convex shape represent the first barrier to limit vibrations from reaching the CD playing platform. The delrin suspension pillars will cut mid and higher frequencies and the upper spring rubber bushing controls spring resonances while the conical shape suspension spring takes care of the crucial lower frequencies. The spring adjustment sleeve provides spring calibration while controlling spring resonances and the sorbothane damper represents the mechanical energy trap reducing vibrations to an insignificant level. Finally, the felt dampers control inner spring resonances. CD2000 Mk III Output Interface: BNC SP/DIF Digital Audio Signal, XLR, AES/EBU, ST (AT&T) Optical Audio Signal Single Ended SP/DIF,  Load Impedance: 75 Ohms Output Impedance: 75 Ohms Output Level: 0.5 Volts, peak to peak @ 75 Ohms. AES/EBU Digital Audio Signal Format: XLR Load Impedance: 110 Ohms Output Impedance: 110 Ohms Output Level: 4 Volts, peak to peak @ 110 Ohms. Optical signal nominal wavelength: 650 nm

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