Reviews and Problems with Cambridge Audio Azur 651C
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I have it hooked up to my Rotel RC-1570 preamp & RB1552mk2 amplifier and I am really impressed - was initially looking at the Ma
3 weeks ago
Summary: GET EM WHILE YOU CAN. For the budding audiophile this is a treat indeed. This thing sounds creamy - and I get what snobby audiophiles mean when they say that now. I have it hooked up to my Rotel RC-1570 preamp & RB1552mk2 amplifier and I am really impressed - was initially looking at the Marantz...
MSRP is a little overpriced but at 25% off it was a great deal and probably the best CD player in that ...
Bob ground, Amazon
24 December 2014
Summary: Very smooth transport mechanism - and between tracks it is absolutely silent! No perceptible sound. MSRP is a little overpriced but at 25% off it was a great deal and probably the best CD player in that price range.
Summary: As I previously owned the Azur 640C CD player and upgraded to the Azur 650C, I thought I'd make fellow consumers and audiophiles aware of some serious problems regarding the Cambridge Audio company.
Summary: I connected this CD with my Pioneer Elite SX-A9MK2K power amplifier with the same toroidal transformers the result is superior sound you'll hear clear hjgh frequencies and thunderous bass but noise free in a small package.
Summary: Bought this to replace 10+ year old 640C unit, part of a 640 system and up for it's second repair. Disappointed to find that the drawer action is lumpy and sometimes the buttons don't work when you touch them, I would have expected them to work smoothly on a new unit.
Summary: Great looking unit, producing good, clear sound, at an affordable price. I've had this unit for 2 weeks now and I have noticed a big improvement on my previous Pioneer CD player. Much more depth and clarity of sound, especially for the extremes of voice and strings
Pros: clean lines and clear display , clarity of sound - vocals esp.