Summer is in full swing and we hope you are enjoying the terrific weather outside. Inside here at Audio Dimensions, we're starting to gear up for the Fall; many new products will be released for the 4th Quarter of 2015.
Speaking of new releases, Cambridge Audio has released the CX series. This new line boasts six components designed to excel at each respective price point. This month we’ll focus on the CXN Network Music Player, CXC CD Transport, CXA80 Integrated Amplifier, and CXR120 A/V Receiver.
Cambridge is a brand that sells very well, but we feel sometimes gets overlooked due to lower than typical “high-end" pricing. We encourage you to come in to audition this cool new and affordable CX series.
($1099) can play up to 24-bit/192 kHz files and its playback capabilities include internet radio, Spotify, Airplay and Bluetooth. Whichever input the music comes from, wired or wireless, the CXN upsamples to 24-bit/384kHz for the best quality possible.
Need to replace an aging CD player? The CXC CD Transport ($499) connects to any DAC you likely already own. The CXC has been designed for efficient recovery of CD digital data with state-of-the-art error correction. It’s been engineered to play audio CDs with no compromise.
The CXA80 Integrated Amplifier ($999) uses a 80W Class AB amplifier design, a centrally mounted audiophile grade oversized toroidal transformer, and substantial extruded heatsinks. The CXA80 features two optical inputs, a coaxial digital input and an asynchronous USB Audio input. Just add a pair of speakers and you’re set!
The CXR120 A/V Receiver ($2199) is an audiophile-grade 120 Watts per channel A/V amplifier, with onboard streaming capability, 24-bit/192kHz DACS, and seven HDMI 2.0 inputs with upscaling to 4K Ultra High-Definition picture quality.