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Old June 7, 2019, 09:45 AM
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Default anybody here use Cambridge Audio?

they've always been on the mid-high end level of audio gear, but they've just introduced some budget priced equipment for the audiophile wannabe's. the AX series:
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Old June 11, 2019, 11:00 AM
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I own Cambridge Audio gear. I started with Azur series Amp & CD player many years ago. Pretty solid mid-level equipment. a couple of years ago I moved this system into another room and upgraded to CX series (CXA80, CXU Bluray, & CXN streamer) as my main.

The AX series is reminiscent of their older Topaz series which was the entry level components beneath Azur. Really, for anyone on a budget in the ridiculous world of audio the Cambridge stuff is a good start.
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I agree with for anyone on a budget in the ridiculous world of audio the Cambridge stuff is a good start.
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