Searching for LONG / NARROW players


Hi all, I'm interested in long and narrow CD player or CD transport, a really good one.

I know about CYRUS... http://www.audioenz.co.nz/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/cyrus_cd-topview.jpg
AUDIO ANALOGUE PRIMO... http://www.hifimusic.co.il/download/file.php?id=38673
ESOTERIC P-2... http://www.hifido.co.jp/photo/13/945/94594/c.jpg

What else is there with similar design, hopefully in high end category, better than Audio Analogue Primo, but cheaper than Esoteric P-2?

Thank you very much!
audiosonicsound
How about the Pathos Digit

http://www.pathosacoustics.com/digiteng.html

Yeah thanks,
I know about that Phatos, and about Mimetism MA-27.2, but I need something a bit more affordable.
Maybe Rega Apollo - http://www.tonepublications.com/media/Apollo-r-open.jpg - but I'm not a big fan of that look.
Anything else out there? I know there's TASCAM in that dimensions, probably vintage...
Are these MUSICAL FIDELITY players good?

X-RAY - http://www.audio-philia.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/DSC_03812.jpg
X-PLORA - http://www.audio-philia.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/DSC_0408.jpg
X-RAY V8 - http://product-images.highwire.com/10412494/4496-7.jpg
What I don't like with all these British players (Cyrus, Rega, Musical Fidelity) is that none of them has balanced outputs, and some of them don't even have detachable power cord.
Ayre Codex
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01-29-2016 2:56pm
What I don't like with all these British players (Cyrus, Rega, Musical Fidelity) is that none of them has balanced outputs, and some of them don't even have detachable power cord..."

??????

(1) REGA , CYRUS,  ARCAM, MF, LINN, NAIM, ROKSAN, CREEK, U-NAME-IT , and all the rest of the Euro quality build cd spinners ALL DO HAVE detachable independent power cords (mains power supply in Euro-speak)  ... Full stop. They make them for a world-wide market with different connector plugs and different power grids... 

 REGA / LINN / NAIM  - as examples - even supply their own custom  bespoke power cords  (~$250- 300 price-point ) instead of the standard cheap crap quality bargain basement throw-in cables in cheap quality kit. 

even my prior B system Chi-fi NAD budget  followed suit, but it certainly  sounded much better when I upgraded the throw-in ultra cheap supplied power cord to a better quality upgraded one.

( 2) My REGA cdp certainly does have balanced outputs (XLR) that I use in addition to the separate set of  unbalanced (RCA) outputs .


Ok, yeah, I see now that you are right about detachable power cords, it seems that all of these which I mentioned above do have detachable power cords. The problem was in google image search, which often shows wrong devices.

Maybe check out the Woo Audio CD transport.  It is 9 inches wide.  Wooaudio.com

I have a 47 Labs Flatfish with a modded super clock and black gates in the power supply. Powered by a custom battery power supply I will let go to an interested party. 
rodge827 at comcast dot net 
Best sounding most analog like transport I have ever listened to and will miss for sure.