Most modern A/V gear is cluttered with tons of buttons, and multiple inputs and outputs. Not so for the sleek, elegant Roksan Attessa CD Transport, which is designed to do one thing very well — it reads the music stored on a compact disc with maximum accuracy and delivers pristine audio playback.
A single coaxial SPDIF output on the back of the component's rugged chassis allows you to connect to an outboard digital to analog converter, or use the DAC built into a compatible receiver, preamp, or integrated amplifier. It's an especially great match for Roksan's Attessa integrated amps. The intuitive function buttons on the front of the transport are mirrored on the included remote control.
This player is part of Roksan's high-fidelity line of Attessa components. When you have more than one Attessa device in your sound system, you can connect them together and synchronize control functions with the free MaestroUnite app. For instance, when the CD transport is placed in Standby Plus mode, it will automatically turn on when the rest of your system does.
Roksan was founded in England in 1985, where the company continues to design and engineer its products. Their first product — the ground-breaking Xerxes turntable — established Roksan's expertise in vinyl playback, but since then the company has turned its attention to hi-fi digital audio and amplification, as well.
|CD Transport Only||Yes|
|Direct Track Access||No|
|Direct Disc Access||N/A|
|Network Music Streaming||No|
|Parts Warranty||5 Years|
|Labor Warranty||5 Years|
|Stereo SACD Playback||N|
|CD Frequency Response||Not given Hz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||Not Given|
|SACD Frequency Response||Not Compatible|
|SACD Dynamic Range||Not Given|
|SACD THD||Not Given|
|Digital Optical Input||No|
|Digital Coaxial Input||No|
|USB Type-A Input||No|
|USB Type-B Input||No|
|Analog RCA Output||No|
|Analog XLR Output||No|
|Digital Optical Output||No|
|Digital Coaxial Output||Yes|