Reviews and Problems with Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD
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Home Theater Reviews
14 October 2013
Conclusion: When it comes to the world of high-end audio, there are objective measures and subjective measures, and I've never felt those two coming into such conflict as they do when evaluating the Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD universal disc player. By most objective measures, I would have to say that either the OPPO BDP-103 or BDP-105 offers a much better value for your player-purchasing dollars.
Conclusion: Sorry if we’re gushing, but we’ve fallen in love with the Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD in a big way. Yes it’s super expensive for a Blu-ray deck, but we guarantee that anyone parting with £800 for this bad boy will not be disappointed.
Pros: Stunning picture and sound quality, Heavyweight build quality, Comprehensive format support
Cons: Expensive, Limited internet content, Wi-Fi not built-in
Summary: At first glance that price-tag seems ridiculous, but your scepticism will last only as long as the time it takes to plug it in. In fact, its superb picture and sound quality, vast connectivity options and accomplished networking render it entirely reasonable. Read the full Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD review at whathifi.com .