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Philips CD960

The Philips CD960 of 1987 was one of the company’s occasional flirtations with the top end of hi-fi. These were to show that the Dutch brand could offer components capable of state-of-the-art performance.

Design and assembly was done in Japan by MJI (Marantz Japan Incorporated), which at that time was a Philips subsidiary. However, unlike the matching FA860 amp, Philips components and technology were used extensively, including the complete 16-bit/4x oversampled chipset

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