I'm at that stage in life when I'm looking to move up from micro systems to separates. Having lurked around the forum, I'm heading towards the package available from Richer Sounds which consists of the Cambridge Audio 640C V2 CD player, 540A V2 amplifier and Mordaunt-Short 902i speakers for just under £500.
I'd like to get a DAB tuner to go with this system. Is there any merit in sticking with the same system (better synergy? fewer remotes?) and getting the Cambridge Audio 640T V2 tuner or should I go with the Denon TU-1800DAB, which seems highly regarded?
Another general curiosity question - why is the 640T supplied with digital outputs but the equivalent amplifier, the 640A only has analogue inputs?
If you have a comment on any aspect of my proposed set-up, it would be much appreciated!
Other info that might be of use:
The system will be for a carpeted room approx 16' x 10'
In addition to the CD player and tuner, I'll be looking to attach my Roku SoundBridge network music player and DVD player to the system too.
My music tastes fall on the spectrum of Jazz/Soul/Funk/Rhythm&Blues with frequent doses of jazzy/dancey electronica (Basement Jaxx, Mr Scruff, Nicola Conte etc), classical and pop music.