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Audiolab Introduces 6000A Integrated Amplifier with DAC Based on ESS ES9018 Chip, Bluetooth, Phono Input and Headphone Amplifier. On board the amplifier there are four digital inputs - a pair of optical and coaxial, capable of receiving a signal as high as 24 bit / 192 kHz. Three digital filters are provided: fast decay, slow decay, and minimum phase. Amplification designed in class AB. Looking at Audiolab 6000A vs Cambridge Audio CXA60 we can see that they have 50/8 and 30/8 W/Ohm respectively. Audiolab has included a high-quality phono stage for MM cartridges - with low noise, JFET-based transistors, and an accurate RIAA correction curve.
The Cambridge Audio CXA 60 is equipped with inputs for five linear signal sources (four inputs on the RCA connectors on the rear panel and one on the 3.5 mm mini-jack connector on the front), as well as optical and coaxial inputs. The built-in DAC of the amplifier is based on the Wolfson WM8740 chip, and is capable of receiving a signal with parameters up to 24 bit / 192 kHz. In addition, the device has a USB connector, to which you can connect the BT100 Bluetooth receiver (sold separately), with support for the improved aptX audio codec. Using reliable screw terminals, you can connect two pairs of speakers to the amplifier.
The Cambridge Audio CXA60 is better integrated amplifier in this comparison. Check Cambridge Audio CXA60 price