Analogue volume control on CDP

Which CD players utilize an analogue volume control instead of a digital volume control?

My search of prior threads yielded little.

Thanks for your help.
Audio Aero Capitole
Resolution Audio CD50/55/Opus 21
Cary 308T?
Cairn multi-format player (to be released)
Levinson No. 39, The Resolution Audio players, and I'm sure there are more I'm forgetting.
audio aero capitole
Modwright's Sony 9000ES or 999ES. For the money, and a lot more, hard to beat!
I second the Resolution Audio Opus 21. You can pick one up for around $2500 on Audiogon and they are a steal at that price.
Theta Miles
The Sony XA-707ES does as well as most high-end Sony players.
The Audio Aero Prima (at least, the older version) and Granite 657 can be added to this list.
Thank you very much for your responses. I would be interested in your opinions as to whether there is a meaningful sonic difference between digital and analogue volume controls.
Mark Levinson 390S.

yes Cary 308T does.
With a digital volume control when it is turned down, bits are thrown away. So, a digital VC can effect the sound more adversly than it's analog counterpoint.
Cary 303/300 has analog volume control as well