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Upsamplers, DACs, jitter, shakes and analogue withdrawals, this is it.

It's worth it.

I have the OMS-5 A II version. It's an extremely well-built player, handles CD-Rs well, and sounds very nice. I would describe it's sound as smooth, analog-like, with no harshness. Solid bass and airy highs, with an open 3-dimensional soundstage. Of course it's highly dependent on the CD you play on it. But well recorded and mastered CDs sound superb on it.

It's one of the better players I've heard, and sounds better than many of the new "audiophile" megabuck players I've heard.

If you buy it & don't like it, I'm sure you won't have trouble getting your money back out of it.

Personally, I'd jump on it.

Good luck & cheers,
Bobbo :-)


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