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XTZ CD-100/11 Review in HiFi World

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XTZ CD-100/11

As you would come to expect from XTZ they have received another glowing review. This time it's for the amazing XTZ CD-100/11. The review can be found in the July '12 Issue of HiFi World.

Here are some comments from the reviewer Paul Rigby:

"Compared to by reference CD player, Icon CD-X1, the most noticable first impression... was the tighter and much punchier bass."

" What lifted, not one but two eyebrows, was the XTZ's overall midrange and treble performance during Skunk Anansie's 'Hedonism'."

"The XTZ exhibited an impressive instrumental separation performance so the music had more room to grow and express itself."

"Tonally, the XTZ is fascinating and 'real', with plenty of information available constructing the electric guitar, for example, as a realistic image, while the drum had an expressive quality. Vocals, meanwhile, exuded new levels of emotion while the cymbals added a welcome contrast of daintiness."

"Conclusion. The XTZ has to be the best value peice of hi-fi that I have ever listened to. To think that you can purchase this box for just £400 is not only laughable, it is frankly ridiculous. I would even feel vaguely guilty handing over such a small amount of cash for such an obviously 'expensive' peice of kit."

FOR -

Overall sound quality

Build

Balanced output performance

AGAINST -

Nothing

AWARDED - 5 Globes

VERDICT - For the price, a stunning CD player that will even give a £2,000 CD player competition. Well built, sounds great, bags of features.

We can also tell you that since this review was published the reviewer has kept the unit for future reference. He just couldn't believe the performance it gave even against £2000 CD players.

Since this review came out we have seen a massive increase in sales of this unit. We do still have some stock left so if you want to be the owner of the best priced CD player on the market you'll have to be quick. You can find more information about the XTZ CD-100/11 here.

Need we say more!

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