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Sony cdp337 cd player with 2xTDA1541 dac

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Post by slkhu Sun Mar 27, 2022 9:40 am

[size=39]Selling one of my collection Sony cdp 337 ESD cd player. Player condition is working properly (8/10). Player is heavy and robust plays all cdr and audio cd without issue. Used the famous TDA1541 dac chips (2xTDA1541) and laser mechanism is the popular KSS190a laser. Please note there is no remote control.


Item is located in Klang. Interested please sms or whatsapp 017-2192662 (Khu).
Price : RM2,000.

Sample picture for reference.


Sony cdp337 cd player with 2xTDA1541 dac 2Q==








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The 337ESD is the lower-end and companion of the (bestselling) CDP-557ESD.

It belongs to the end of the 1979 Sony-Philips deal whereas Sony would take the CD marketing lead in exchange of (among other things) the frequent use of Philips ICs such as Philips' 16bit converters.

Filtering is however done by a Sony CXD1144 but actual d/a by two TDA1541A (or non-A depending on production batches) ; there apparently are several versions of the main d+a board...

As in all of Sony's late 1980s / early 1990s players, the parts used are always excellent : two bigga 6800µF ELNA for Audio, copper bus bars, proper decoupling of the converters, excellent PCB layout/markings/heatsinking and all-metal everything.
However, lower-end oblige, there is no chassis copper-plating here, nor mammoth transformer(s) or balanced outputs.

Mostly, inside is the mighty KSS-190A laser and diecast BU aluminium base - guaranteed twenty years of use, if not more.
That's the reason why 337ESDs recently became pricier as they generally become fodder to repair the bigger ones with a (hopefully) newer KSS-190A...


Thanks for viewing.
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