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Audio Analogue Rossini

Audio Analogue Rossini
alaAverage 3.7

5 reviews

May, 2018

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