Musical Fidelity M6sCD

£2,499.00

The M6scd comes with a range of digital inputs too. This means it is both a world-class CD player but also a phenomenal stand-alone DAC too

Musical Fidelity M6SCD

CD player

Musical Fidelity M6sCD Front

 

It uses a 32 bit DAC with 192 kHz upsampling and delivers a musical performance faithful to even the most complex recordings.

Retained from the outgoing M6CD model is the same fabulous disc loading mechanism which proved to be both a great performer and reliable in long term use.

The M6scd comes with a range of digital inputs too.

This means it is both a world-class CD player but also a phenomenal stand-alone DAC too!

Both Coax (RCA) digital inputs work up to 24 bit 192 kHz while the 2 x Optical (Toslink) and asynchronous USB input works up to 24 bit 96 kHz.

It also has digital outputs on both Coax (RCA) and Optical (Toslink).

The Musical Fidelity M6scd offers outstanding sound quality, excellent disc readability and world-class technical performance.

It’s combination of excellent sound, good looks and a wide range of digital inputs make it an excellent partner for the M6si Integrated and a wide range if other amplifiers.

Musical Fidelity M6scd – Specifications

Musical Fidelity M6scd – Specifications

Musical Fidelity at Audio Venue

 

Performance
Jitter: 117dB

THD(+ noise): <0.003% 10Hz to 20 kHz

Linearity:

Channel Separation: 105dB 20 Hz to 20 kHz

Hardware

DAC: 32 bit Delta-Sigma (bit stream) dual differential 8x over-sampling

Outputs

1x line level RCA

1x line level Balanced XLR

1x RCA coaxial connector (Digital SPDIF)

1x Toslink optical connector (Digital SPDIF)

Inputs

2x RCA coaxial connector (SPDIF)

2x TOSLINK optical connector(SPDIF)

1x USB input type “B”

General

Dimensions – WxHxD (mm): 440 x 125 x 385

Weight (unpacked / packed): 11.2 kg / 15.5 kg

Brand

Musical Fidelity

Musical Fidelity has been designing and manufacturing Hi-Fi electronics for over thirty years and  are proud to have become one of the best-known brands in the Hi-Fi industry.

They are driven by a passion for wonderful music and the challenge of world-class engineering.

They approached each new design by looking for the absolute best solution to a given challenge and embrace new technologies in our designs as well as developing more traditional methods for even greater performance.

1982

Their first product – The Preamp – launched to rave reviews. Followed by shoebox-style Dr Thomas power amp.

1984

Launch of A1 integrated amp, ‘the most important development so far in the renaissance of the UK hi-fi scene’ (Hi-Fi Answers).

1986

New A370 Power Amp proclaimed ‘the best power amp I’ve ever heard’ (Hi-Fi Answers).

1987

World’s first high-end DAC- Digilog – makes debut

1988

Another world first: MVX preamp, combining tube circuit topology with transistors.

SA470 launched: 86Kg power amp running 99% in Class A

1992

A1000 integrated released, featuring pure Class A power amp section

1993

Classic valve-driven Tubalog DAC goes on sale

1995

X Series launches with X-10D Class A triode line stage: ‘the most dramatic sonic enhancement you’re likely to hear!’ (F1).

1997

Nu-Vista Preamp launched, using miniature, metal-cased nuvistor tubes. All 500 units sold within three months.

X Series expands with X-ACT DAC, praised for ‘smooth, easy-going sound’ (What Hi-Fi?)

1998

X-24K upsampling DAC released: ‘capable of getting sound to die for’ (Stereophile).

X-Ray CD player launched. Described as ‘the sort of object you just want to fondle’ (Hi-Fi News) ‘a thrilling, substantial and satisfying listen’ (What Hi-Fi?) and ‘Hi-Fi meets nuclear warhead’ (T3).

2000

Futuristic CD-PRE 24 arrives, combining a high-quality CD transport, DAC and preamp. On Hi-Fi says it ‘represents a combination of features, functional performance and affordability that seems an audiophile dream come true’.

Debut of Nu-Vista M3 pre/power amp, including discrete Nu-Vista power amp modules with choke regulation. ‘This is what hi-fi should be all about’ (Gramophone).

X-DAC V3 released, offering ‘stunningly good measured performance’ (Stereophile).

2002

World’s first audio application of trivistor tubes in new Tri-Vista series, including legendary Tri-Vista 21 ‘Super DAC’.

2003

Flagship kW pre-amp and kW power amp launched: ‘the very finest amps you can buy…the MFs redefine audio standards’ (What Hi-Fi?)

Next up: kW 500 super integrated amp with twin-triode tubes. Hi-Fi News said, ‘For one rare reviewing occasion I could not find a thing to fault about the musical presentation of an amp’.

Limited-edition M1 turntable released. Considered one of the best-engineered decks ever, it’s now a collector’s item, fetching above its original price.

2004

Supercharged X-DAC V8 introduced, with switchable tube buffer and extra-heavy-duty power supply. ‘For its superb performance as a detailed, sweet-sounding DAC, the X-DAC V8 stands on its own’ (Stereophile).

X-150 wins European Stereo Amplifier of the Year, EISA Awards 2004-2005.

2006

Debut of kW250S one-box wonder, packing in dual 250-watt monobloc amps, tube hybrid preamp, phono stage, 24-bit 192K upsampling CD player, FM/DAB tuner and iPod input.

2009

Meet the mighty TITAN: 1kW per channel dual monobloc design with external power supply. Hi-Fi News was ‘Smitten… The Titan is the best power amplifier I’ve used’.

Reference-standard Primo pre-amplifier released; pure Class A with 14 hand-picked ECC81

2011

New M1 CLiC unites analogue and digital sources under universal control. Wins European Network Music Player, EISA Awards 2011-2012.

2012

Line-up expands to meet every hi-fi need and budget. Highlights include the AMS CD/DAC – our finest digital product yet – and AMS100, the world’s most advanced pure Class A amp

Additional information

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Colour

Black, Silver

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