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Audio Analogue Rossini

Audio Analogue Rossini
alaAverage 3.7

5 reviews

Dec, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of Audio Analogue Rossini. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other CD Players for all reviews.

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Expert review by: Richard Black (techradar.com)

Audio Analogue Rossini VT2.0 review

 

The addition of a valve in the output stage gives this player a distinctive character all of its own

Smooth character ; Good imaging in smaller-scale music

Seems a little afraid of getting 'down and dirty'

Suits mellifluous styles well, but falls short of the mark with energetic material

Jun, 2010

Expert review by: (hifichoice.co.uk)

Audio Analogue Rossini

 

The Rossini is an entry-level CD player from Audio Analogue's Composer series. It's also the first Audio Analogue CD player without a real line of descent, as it uses a valve stage.

Agile bass, Moderate price, Gimmick-free

No optical digital output, Disappointing remote

For a player with an avowedly warm, valve-like sound, there have been few trade-offs, and this remains an excellent and, above all else, well-balanced CD spinner

Aug, 2007

Expert review by: (hifichoice.co.uk)

Audio Analogue Rossini VT 2.0 - £1,200

 

The addition of a valve in the output stage gives this player a distinctive character all of its own

Smooth character, plus good imaging in smaller-scale music

Seems a little afraid of getting ‘down and dirty

Suits mellifluous styles well, but falls short of the mark with energetic material

Expert review by: What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Audio Analogue Rossini VT CDRev 2.0 review

 

It's really a measure of how competitive this sector is when a player that doesn't do too much wrong brings up the rear in its market sector

Intriguing valve/transistor innards ; will sweeten even the bitterest musical pill

Soft-centred sound ; not the easiest or most pleasant player to use

It’s really a measure of how competitive this sector is when a player that doesn’t do too much wrong brings up the rear in a test

Feb, 2009

Expert review by: Brent Burmester (audioenz.co.nz)

Audio Analogue Rossini

 

Let's get this over with. Looks beautiful, sounds amazing. Cheque please, Editor

Let me begin at the bottom: this machine has an astonishing feel for bass. Geophysicists have recently discovered that the Earth emits a constant low frequency hum. If they need a CD player to reproduce it for sceptical audiences at academic...

Aug, 2008