Treat your CDs right with the Marantz CD60 (shown in black) and hear the clarity and dynamics that made the format revolutionary in the first place.
Marantz has been making high-performance CD players since the dawn of the format. Following in the footsteps of its great-sounding predecessors, the CD60 offers warm, detailed sound. The company's proprietary analog audio circuitry provides super-accurate signal transfer and nimble transient response.
This player's smooth-operating disc transport gets a nice, stabilizing assist from its sturdy double-bottomed steel construction and substantial aluminum faceplate. At north of 16 pounds, it's got satisfying heft.
The CD60 features a new reference-class DAC that provides up to 24-bit/192kHz resolution. And whether you're playing a CD or using the front-panel USB port to play from an external USB flash drive, a selectable digital filter lets you tailor its performance to your listening preference. You can also use the optical or coaxial digital outputs if you want to connect to an outboard DAC.
Its built-in HDAM®-SA2 headphone amp has three gain settings for a perfect match with pretty much any headphones.