look at the project maia, which has a really small form factor
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Thanks to you both.
@loomis. I didn't list Pro-Ject because the reviews I found (nine or ten) complained of poor build quality and failed units after purchase.
@rsv4 Looks like that series is several thousand dollars. Unless I can't see something else in the line while at work, I doubt that player will end up in the $400-$600 range. :P
I have the Olasonic CD1. It is a superb transport but remember it is only a transport and only has digital outputs. I upgraded the power supply to an IFI power supply and that has helped reduce the noise but has made it sound a little bright. Instead of adding a transport, I would just use your video player as a transport and invest in a better dac or a reclocking device.
Thanks for the continued replies!
@akg: That unit looks great. I read the review and will scan for a used one.
@audioman: My DAC is essentially new, and the blue ray is a flimsy unit, so I'd like to keep the former and relegate the latter to movie duty, but I understand your argument.
@gdnr: My sentiments, exactly. Finding one that isn't $500+ has proven difficult, sadly.