SWEET AND DELICATE, PURE AUDIOPHILE BLISS
9/10, WORKS AS GOOD AS NEW *SOLD*
HD7500II sold for $840 in Canada in 1990, one of best CD players ever made by Harman/Kardon: They are very hard to find for sale
Music lovers just don’t sell them.
Inside, they look just like hi-end vintage Philips and Marantz CD players (with TDA1541).
NY Times review:
“As heard from Harman-Kardon’s HD-7500 II CD player, the sound was marked by a natural timbre in the strings, free from any metallic overlay. It has a pleasing transparency of orchestral texture and a sense of openness and ”air” around the instruments. This CD player seemed at ease with every kind of music, from string quartets and piano solos to massive symphonic scores..
* DAC: Matsushita MN6471M, Bitstream
* Transport: Sony KSS-210A
* 4 Hz – 20,000 Hz
* Dynamic range/channel separation: 98dB
* SNR: 106dB
* THD: 0.003%
* Line output: 2V
* 45 x 11 x 36 cm
* 7 Kg