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
The power output per channel of this device is slightly higher than his opponent’s. Here we have 40/8 vs 30/8 W/Ohm. The Cambridge Audio CXA 80 is equipped with four line-level inputs (in addition to the one located on the front panel), and also has pre-outs for connecting an external power amplifier and subwoofer. 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. For the supply of each channel, separate secondary windings are used here, with their own rectifier diodes and filtering capacitors.
With a stylish and modern design, the CXA60 looks very attractive. It has a "floating chassis", a sturdy aluminum case with black or silver trim and a neat front panel. Creating a new amplifier, Cambridge paid a lot of attention to every aspect of it, resulting in a high-quality product. The display of the device is simple and elegant. The buttons are located next to the designations of the inputs; their blue color when choosing a connection becomes dark blue. Among other things, there is a button with a Bluetooth icon: the CXA60 is capable of receiving music from smartphones using the Bluetooth aptX codec.
The Cambridge Audio CXA80 is better integrated amplifier in this comparison. Check Cambridge Audio CXA80 price