Reviews and Problems with Cambridge Audio Azur 640C
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Value for money 10
Erik1973 a Audio Enthusiast, Audio Review
11 October 2009
Summary: I got the Cambridge Audio 640 v2 range (Amplifier, CD player, DAB radio) together with the Bowers & Wilkins 684 speakers, cables, delivery, and Danish taxes (*sigh*) for almost 15000 DKK (ca. 2000 eur, 3000 usd).
Summary: Hi, I just bought Cambridge Audio 840A & Cambridge Audio 840C from this store : http://stores.ebay.com.au/Perfect-Sound-Audio a few weeks ago, this shop offer good price with good product & service. I am very satisfied with the product performance, it’s value for money and high quality of product.
Summary: I need to preface this review by saying I have the 640C v.2. It is the second generation of the product described in the previous reviews. Secondly the dropscreen prompting a model year did not give 2007 as an option. So I indicated 2006 which is incorrect.
Summary: very detailed,may shame some sacd players in details and dynmics. it may sound thin and flat to some but that is what should be the freqency response of a cdp. very much a 3d sounstage with very clear noiselessness. brings the details which were previously faint.
Summary: very detailed.very good sound staging.tried diana krall love sceans album, felt like diana singing in the room itself. plenty of air,seperation. good for every kind of music.detail and clarity wise it beats some sacd players also.
Summary: wow! clarity great soundstage insturments and vocals feel alive in the room with me. solid construction.huge diiference from the denon dcm 290.i noticed the improvement from the get go. highly recommended.
Summary: 640c v2 has much better bas than the 640c v1. Huge difference. About other differences I can't tell anything becouse passed to many time. Generally - very good CD player - very clear, detailed with fantastic sound stage - gate to the magic.
Summary: Cambridge Audio Azur 640C Version 2 I was so impressed with the performance of this "budget" CD player I ended up buying two - they're that good. I spent years auditioning many other makes, including Sony, Marantz, Nad and Denon but failed to be fully captivated until I heard the Azur 640 C V2.
Summary: Despite some faults present in a few export models that has since been rectified the 640C V2 is an amazing piece of hi-fi for the price, it sounds detailled, dynamic, sumptuous sound quality and i would advise trying out this amazing player.
Summary: I bought this player to replace a Rotel rcd855 with a Trichord Research Clock 2 that acted as a transport to a Musical Fidelity X-dac(v.1 tube type).The remote control and disc tray had broken,with no chance for spares from Rotel,so a new cdp was the order of the day.