Reviews and Problems with Cambridge Audio Topaz CD10 premium
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Cambridge Audio CD10
25 September 2015
Summary: Needed to replace a much older Cambridge Audio CD player with a malfunctioning tray door. Got many hours use out of that unit. Have used Cambridge Audio for years. Currently have a 6.1 home theater set up. Quality construction, reliability.
Pros: Superb sound. The DAC brings out every detail the CD has to offer. Excellent build quality.
Summary: I got this to replace a Sony CD player that was on its last legs mechanically, and the sound is so much better. I'm delighted with this quality at a very fair price, and am considering another unit for another room in the house.
Summary: I needed to replace a CD player that finally died after about 15yrs of use. The CD10 got onto the short list because I needed a CD player with analogue connections as my amp has no digital inputs. Who needs digital connections. The sound from this CD player is fantastic, especially for the price.
Pros: Great sound, good price, analogue connections
Summary: We were looking to replace our 5-disc CD changer which skipped and jumped whenever our young children danced on our (wooden) floors. The Crutchfield Customer Service team was excellent and knowledgable: they guided us toward a single-disc machine (sturdier) and the problem has been eradicated.
Topaz CD10: A Good Basic Unit with an Excellent Sound
7 February 2014
Summary: I've had my Cambridge Audio Topaz CD 10 for a couple of years now, and it has always performed flawlessly. I've never had any problems with skipping, dropouts, loading, or the like. I plan to return and modify this review if I ever do.
A heap of junk - can't play continuous tracks properly
11 January 2014
Summary: It seems Cambridge Audio decided that they needed to make a choice between nice sound and playing CDs properly - they chose the former. While it sounds good (as noted by some other reviewers here) it butchers any CD with tracks that are meant to have no gap between them Try playing a CD like the...
Summary: The only positive thing about this unit is that it sounds good when it does work. Will not play any disc completely without skipping. Even cd's new out of the case won't play uninterrupted. The unit construction reminds me of a $79 player from Radio Shack. Buttons so small they can't be seen.