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Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD Blu-ray Player
Sound & Vision Magazine
2 August 2010
Excerpt: A quick Internet search can easily turn up a Blu-ray player or two for sale at close to $100—and plenty of decent-performing ones for less than $200. Sometimes you can get lucky and find a refurbished player for under a hundred bucks. The great thing about the situation for consumers is that there are plenty of goodperforming, affordable Blu-ray players out there—but that means any upscale manufacturer has its work cut out for it to distinguish itself from the herd.
Summary: The Azur 650BD represents a very good solution for those wanting to add a universal player to their Cambridge Audio systems or anyone looking for a responsive and capable Blu-ray player. Video performance is on par with any player Iâ€™ve seen and audio performance is excellent as well. I found the player easy to install and configure. Aside from the non-backlit remote, there werenâ€™t any glaring issues regarding ergonomics or performance.
Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD Universal Blu-ray Player
1 February 2011
Conclusion: The Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD Universal Blu-ray player is a master of many talents. It will not only play just about any audio and video format available today – but it will do so extremely well. If you’re looking to pump new life into your movie watching or surround music listening, you should definitely get your hands on the Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD. I give this player my highest recommendation!
Excerpt: Cambridge Audio, as its name implies, began as a British business making audio equipment. And over the years it has developed somewhat of a reputation for producing high quality gear at reasonable prices. In recent years it has kept up with the times, expanding into home theatre with its respected ‘Azur’ range. This has previously included home theatre receivers and DVD players, and now adds the 650BD Blu-ray player.
Summary: As you’re reading Stuff.tv, we have a hunch that you’re an early adopter. This means you’ve probably got a number of disc players knocking about: Blu-ray , CD, HDCD, SACD, DVD and, if you were particularly unfortunate, HD-DVD. This can all get a little complicated, so Cambridge Audio wants to put an end to your multiple box, extravagant power-consumption misery with the Azur 650BD.
Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD: High-End-Player mit toller Bild- und Tonqualität
29 June 2010
Summary: Warum sollte man mehr als 500 Euro für einen Blu-ray-Player ausgeben, wenn es bereits für rund 150 Euro Geräte gibt, die Discs mit hoher Qualität abspielen, das DVD-Bild mittels Upscaler verbessern, Dateien von USB-Speichern wiedergeben und Netzwerk-Streaming beherrschen? Laut Cambridge Audio ist der Grund ganz simpel: noch viel bessere Qualität. Wir haben getestet, ob der Azur 650BD dieses Versprechen hält.
Pros: hohe Fertigungsqualität, exzellente Videoqualität, hervorragender Sound, annehmbare Blu-ray-Ladezeiten, unterstützt viele Disc-Formate
Cons: kein Media-Streaming, fummelige Fernbedienung