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  • killmelaterkillmelater

    Cambridge Audio Azur 740 APublished on 06/05/08 at 06:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    "I use this amp for a week.
    -The sobriety and simplicity of access is what I was looking, solid buttons, a variable volume very progressive and precise, soft-touch, a clear LCD screen with a menu easily accessible, we can give the name that is to be connected to different sources, the input terminals with the inscriptions of the numbering of written sources in reverse ... it avoids returning your amp to decode the name of the source, well thought out. Just in weight (12Kg) you know inside it's sérieux.Pour will see technical data [ http://www.cambridgeaudio.com/summary.php?PID=273&Title = Azur 740 A + boost + ( http://www.cambridgeaudio.com/summary.php?PID=273&Title=Azur+740A+amplifie…
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    "I use this amp for a week.
    -The sobriety and simplicity of access is what I was looking, solid buttons, a variable volume very progressive and precise, soft-touch, a clear LCD screen with a menu easily accessible, we can give the name that is to be connected to different sources, the input terminals with the inscriptions of the numbering of written sources in reverse ... it avoids returning your amp to decode the name of the source, well thought out. Just in weight (12Kg) you know inside it's sérieux.Pour will see technical data [ http://www.cambridgeaudio.com/summary.php?PID=273&Title = Azur 740 A + boost + ( http://www.cambridgeaudio.com/summary.php?PID=273&Title=Azur+740A+amplifier+ ) ]. An opinion is subjective I deliver what I feel for the use that I did. I mix in with CDJ400 DJM400, a turntable, CD player Yamaha in direct to a pure, another Denon, Pioneer CD recorder, and another hard drive with Yamaha as an Ipod that is only better. Voila, so when you connect, the sound begins to speak another language. The association with Quad 12L2 speakers is a marvel of clarity, in all frequencies. These speakers need power, they respond well. The amplifier delivers at low rpm sound respectable and you rediscover your music. Simple, well-designed remote control, input for various connections are available in custom back cover, an adjustment of the ridges on each entry is possible, a switch "live" as a natural and clean amplification.
    -The least: a good product, however, quite expensive, luckily it comes to fall.
    "I tried another line of Cambridge, but with my speakers Nad performance was not good, I had a tube amp Luxman hybrid, peace with its transistors, a Yamaha a little nervous though for evenings. ..
    -Good value for below the threshold of € 1,000 it is difficult to obtain a quality as good. Launched at € 1190 I was able to acquire for € 840 at "machinssimo" for the pub hidden!
    A-amp will keep for quite some time, so after trying many configurations I think I will make that choice again.
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