Feb 28, 2020
Not so long ago, the British company Cambridge Audio introduced users a new series of devices - CX. And here we want you to see the Cambridge Audio CXA80 specs listed in this Cambridge Audio CXA80 rev...Read More
This unit has the power of 40W (8 ohms) while his opponent owns power of 60W (8 ohms). The Cambridge Audio CXA 80 is equipped with four line inputs (in addition to the one located on the front panel). A feature of this device is the presence of a built-in DAC on the Wolfson WM8740 chip, and three digital inputs: two optical, coaxial and USB. The latter works in asynchronous mode and is designed to receive a digital stream with parameters up to 24 bit / 192 kHz. In addition, the optional BT100 Bluetooth module with support for aptX codec can be connected to the CXA 80. It has two XLR inputs.
The integrated amplifier Cambridge Audio Azur 851A is equipped with unbalanced and balanced input connectors, and thus will be the ideal partner for the company's CD-player, with XLR-outputs. In total, seven line inputs are provided, an input / output for connecting a recording device, and an adjustable output from the preamplifier. The amplifier is equipped with high-quality screw terminals for connecting two pairs of speakers. This unit has two XLR inputs. The Cambridge Audio Azur 851A integrated stereo amplifier is assembled on the basis of the proprietary Class XD technology.
The Cambridge Audio Azur 851A is better integrated amplifier in this comparison. Check Cambridge Audio Azur 851A price