JBL CD350 Classic CD Player

JBL CD350 Classic CD Player

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Key info

  • Network Media Player with Classic Styling
  • Walnut veneer side panels match JBL Classic and Studio Monitor loudspeakers
  • Works with Apple Airplay2 and has Chromecast built in
  • Works with Spotify Connect
  • Works with Tidal Connect with MQA supported
  • Roon Ready
  • Supports up to 24 bit / 192 kHz Hi-res audio
  • Analog and Digital Outputs

All specifications

Physical characteristics
Weight 6 kg
Dimensions (HxWxD) 79 x 449 x 282 mm
Technical specifications
Frequency Response 20Hz - 20kHz ±0.05dB

JBL CD350 Classic CD player is a modern player with all-new electronics but with the retro-silver look of the classic range which features MP350 streamer, SA550 amplifier, TT350 Classic turntable and can be used alongside these or indeed as an excellent upgrade on your existing CD player in your current hi-fi system.

High Performance DAC

The tray mechanism is robust and there is a built in DAC that can be used with external digital files, via a USB input. The DAC is capable of playing files up to 24-bit/96kHz resolution. The CD player can also handle FLAC, WAV, MP3, AAC and WMA files. Standard RCA outputs are also provided.

CD350 is released alongside a new integrated amplifier, audio streamer and JBL’s first turntable, all with the same retro-modern design cues. Of course these models can be ordered and used in your existing hi-fi system, but they are also styled perfectly to compliment each other when used together.

Classic styling

The CD350 has mid century styling with walnut veneer end cheeks and an aluminium face plate. laser can also play CD-R and CD-RW discs. Additionally, the internal DAC can play hi-res-files. There is a USB socket so that an external drive can be attached. Files stored here can include FLAC, WAV, MP3, AAC and WMA. The drawer mechanism is strong and stable.

JBL Hi-Fi

JBL are best known for there loudspeakers and were in the field almost one hundred years ago. James B. Lansing founded JBL in the 1920’s. He developed the speaker systems used in the early movie theatres. Before this time only horn speakers were available. These primitive devices were not capable of filling a theatre with sound. Ever since JBL have focused on audio excellence.

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