Reviews and Problems with Cambridge Audio Azur 650R
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Cambridge Audio Azur 650R A/V Receiver (TPV 97)
14 July 2011
Excerpt: Some AVR makers think advanced features and functions are what most home theater enthusiasts want, but Cambridge Audio’s Azur 650R 7.1-channel A/V receiver is built for audio purists believe that less is more, simpler is better, and that the shortest path to great sound involves amplifier circuits that inject as little technical gobbledygook as possible in the signal path.
Excerpt: Shopping for a home theater system can be an almost overwhelming proposition. There are AV receivers and surround speaker packages for almost every specific type of home theater application and setting. Consumers can choose from receivers capable of delivering up to 9.2 channels with enough power to shake pictures off the walls.
Excerpt: I’m not sure I qualify as an Anglophile, but I do like most things British—except for spotted dick. Even after you know that it’s just steamed suet pudding, it still doesn’t sound any better. So I expected that I’d feel a continually growing affinity for the new Azur 650R AVR from Cambridge Audio (that’s the “other” Cambridge for you Massachusetters). Since it began in 1968, the company has made a well-respected, high-fidelity name for itself.