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|AP10||HFN & RR||July 1997|
|AP20||HiFi Choice||August 1992|
|AP20||HFN & RR||October 1995|
|AP30||HFN & RR||1995|
|AP30||SUONO (Italian)||April 1997|
|AP50||HFN & RR||August 1996|
|AP70||HFN & RR||August 1998|
|AP80||What HiFi||Sept 1997|
|P80,A60||What HiFi||May 1993|
|Sound Pipe||Audiophile||May 1992|
|LS1||What HiFi||August 1996|
NVA Black Box compact disc players are based around a modified Philips transport mechanism and specially selected D-to-A converters. By using NVA know-how, gained during the development of the Statement range, has resulted in a highly listenable and musical player.
The player is a clean and elegant design, gone is the clutter of so many CD players. The front panel has draw, open/close button and digital read out. All other controls are contained on the remote control unit. As well as looking neater it also allows more money to be spent on the critical components within the player, resulting in what we believe is a new standard in CD player price/performance.
NVA CD30 Specifications:
NVA CD50 Specifications: