I have a Harman Kardon HD7600II cd player from around 1995 which I can find absolutely zero information on. Per the manual, it uses a linear, pulse width modulated bit stream D/A conversion at a clock rate of 33.8688 MHz. I have never heard of a clock rate this speed in cd players. Is this the same as sampling rate? And if so, why are all the newer DAC's using 44.1kHz , or whatever. I know the number of bits also come into play, i.e. 16 or 24 bit, and oversampling etc, although I certainly don't understand it much. Is my player a 1 bit DAC? And why can't I find a single review on it? It's like it never existed practically and same goes for the HD7400, HD7500 etc., which all used this DAC. I seem to find info on much older equipment than this. I do know that it originally retailed for over $650 and that it sounds really freakin' good. Just wondering how it stacks up against some of the newer technology. If anyone has any info on this it would be greatly appreciated...thanks!