Reviews and Problems with Cambridge Audio Azur 651A
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23 January 2013
Summary: I bought this after my Marantz 1250 died. I was a little concerned that it would not live up to my expectations but I was wrong. I am old school, but I like the fact that I can play digital music directly through the USB input.
Summary: Cambridge Audio AZUR 651A is a fantastic sound system quality amplifier, i have had this sound system for just two weeks and it good I have never use Cambridge system before this AZUR 651A brilliant I will recommend to anyone Who wants a real quality sound.
Summary: I bought this to replace a Teac AG-790. Although not the most expensive amp in the range, the Azur 651A lets you know it is of good stock and comes from a background in fine audio equipment. The sound for me is superb.
Summary: Great product with very good advice by the sales staff at the Preston store. Replaced a very old bang and olufssen amplifier with old fashioned connections. Staff were excellent with advice on how to connect up the new amp.
Summary: An underrated amplifier with plenty of power and detail and no tonal harshness. At this price there is little to quibble about; you will not be disappointed and it will sit happily with (will do justice to) more costly equipment
Summary: Have only had this amplifier for a week and have also purchased the 651C and as a combination - WOW! the detail range and clarity is outstanding - you can even hear the after timbre of cymbals really clearly.
Summary: This amplifier has been somewhat of a compromise for me. I found it has most of the features and the power rating that I desired within the budget; however, it falls short in a couple of areas. 1.
Pros: subwoofer pre out , power output , tone bypass switch
Cons: hiss level , dac not all that great , very heavy remote control