Reviews and Problems with Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD
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Top Performance among currently available Blu-ray players
PrDrGY "BDCity", Amazon
21 January 2014
Summary: The Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD delivers the best video and best audio to the screen and amplifier in many different ways. In comparison with OPPO BDP-105, they use the same Marvell QDEO processor for video; Cambridge has 2 x HDMI inputs (one with MHL), S/PDIF, Toslink, and 3 x USB inputs, plus two Audio Return Channel inputs, allowing the 752BD to be a digital hub, connecting a wide range of audio and video sources all of which can be up-sampled and upscaled by the 752BD...
Summary: I debated between the CA752BD and the OppoBDP-105 and went with the CA. They are both in the same price range however I feel my choice was good because of the quality this machine does with Blu-ray Discs. Wow! This thing puts movie night to a whole different league. The audio and visual production to the screen is phenomenal. I didn't realize a blu-ray player could be this awesome! Now I need a 4K TV and I'm set...
Pros: Well worth the money that I have invested towards years of enjoyable blu-ray magic!
Finally!! one Player That does movies and music with Perfection!!
AL HUTCHINSON, Amazon
30 December 2013
Summary: I have owned this player for over 3 months and it is one fantastic machine. I have owned many high end players such as the Pioneer 09, Marantz BD8002, Oppo 83 & 83SE, and just recently the Oppo 95. This is by far the best I have owned. Loads lighting fast, video quality is top notch, the best I have ever seen on blu ray and and even more so on upscaling DVD's. But what makes it the best is the sound quality. It is amazing on all outputs--digital, hdmi,7.1 analog.
Summary: i ordered this player for a friend. in short, this player stands with some of the best blu-ray players out there. The picture quality is outstanding. The audio quality when playing CD's is outstanding and even when playing old pressed CD's you can hear clarity like never before. my friend says that this player does worth every penny he spent on it.
Summary: Yes a great all rounder. Even better, I got it at the sale price so it is a real bargain. Picture quality is excellent together with impressive sound quality. It will not beat pure top end cd players I have heard such as the Roksan, Cyrus or Primare but comes close and for that money who is going to complain? Only gripe is lack of facilities such as BBC iPlayer and a few basics you'd expect at this level.
Summary: I've always liked Cambridge Audio equipment. This little stunner has it all. The picture quality is top notch and the sound quality is out of this world. You're not just getting a blu ray player here you're getting an incredible CD player with it too, I was knocked out by the sound quality. For the price of (Now) £600 you really can't go wrong. Buy buy buy...
Summary: Plays every disc I've tried so far, multiregion for dvd, plays all my mpeg, mkv, mp4, avi files across the network and unlike most media players at 24p, even handles subtitles no probs. CDs sound as good as my old naim cd player. Picture as good or better than the BDT500 I had before. Didn't use the external hdmi inputs as a lot of my source material is 2 channel prologic and of course there's no decoder to 5.1 for that in the player.