Teac 600 User Manual
Enforced Power Supply
A large Toroidal-core power transformer delivers ample current power
to the heart of the amplifier and a Schottky barrier diode in the rectifier
circuit offers great advantages in responding to sudden musical surges.
The AG-H600DNT also carries many ELNA electrolytic capacitors and
resistors exclusively designed for high fidelity products. There is an
oxygen-free copper coil for the audio filter in the power amplifier
section. Also, in the power amplifier, a Direct FET Power MOSFET is
employed to maximize fully the Class-D amplifier.
There is no limit to versatility
With an integrated iPod docking station, the AG-H600NT is more
than flexible enough to handle today’s latest portable music players.
Moreover, with the innovative AG-H600NT, Internet Radio offers
countless music stations from all over the world – while a neat AM/
FM tuner delivers your local information. No matter where you are,
over 10,000 Internet Radio stations are available – from a cool jazz
station riff in New York City to a meditative beat from mystic Bali.
TEAC has even thought of incorporating large speaker cable
terminals for a better connection – and included an FL display that
can be turned off to cancel the unwanted effects of high-frequency
For Massive Sound with Great Subtlety
A closer look at the electronics reveals that Burr-Brown’s 24-bit/192kHz
Delta-sigma D/A Converters maximize the potential of the latest
compact-disc recordings. In addition, as you would expect from TEAC,
every component – including the ELNA electrolytic capacitors and
resistors – are exclusively chosen by experienced engineers for true
audiophiles. A shunt regulator maintains the same level of output
current by adjusting the value of the resistors, which are connected in
parallel in the in-flow current section.
Flawless Current to Every Single Section
In addition, a Toroidal-core power transformer is incorporated into the
CD player, to supply a stable current to the unit, while the thick film
resistors used in the signal input section also contribute to the player’s
natural, free-flowing sound. In order to avoid jitter noise, a master
clock generator, operated with a finite low-noise current, is located
independently on the circuit adjacent to the D/A converter.
The CD tray itself is constructed using one of the strongest synthetic
materials available, contributing to the anti-vibration qualities when the
disc is rapidly rotating and ensuring rigidity throughout. In addition,
the CD mechanism is positioned at the precise centre of the unit, thus
optimising the balance-to-weight ratio.
Moreover, construction of the unit has been fully equipped with a
robust chassis and thick aluminium panels for the front, top, and sides.
AG-H600NT, Stereo Receiver
PD-H600, CD Player