Cambridge Audio Duo MC/MM review
A dynamic switchable phono stage, with headphone amp as a bonus.
Product of the Year, Awards 2016. One of the most well-connected and exciting-sounding packages out there.
Impressive muscle, but the CXA80 doesn’t quite woo us quite the way we wanted...
There's a good chance you'll be won over by this wireless speaker's detailed and balanced sound...
Best Blu-ray player £300+, Awards 2015. A multi-talented universal player that performs brilliantly with both movies and music...
Best CD transport under £500, Awards 2015. If you already have a DAC, this superb-sounding CD transport makes perfect sense
Product of the Year, Awards 2016. Cambridge Audio comes up with the goods again, producing a streamer that will go right to the top of your wishlist
A price drop has made these speakers even more enticing. You'll struggle to find better floorstanders for £400...
Best soundbase up to £300, Awards 2014. Still a good option for those short on space, but there are now better budget rivals
A better buy than ever – the budget soundbase market has a newfound champion
A competitive performer, but not special enough to trouble the very best
These are fine stand-mounters but they need honing to challenge the best
Product of the Year, Awards 2014. The best at this price made better – the Stream Magic 6 V2’s added functionality makes this a better proposition than ever
Best wireless speaker up to £150, Awards 2014. Cambridge Audio does it again – this is a fantastic, hugely entertaining portable speaker
The Aeromax 6s aren’t without ability, but they struggle in some areas
A bold, engaging performance, but there are more talented rivals out there
Solid performer for the money, even if it can't scale the heights of the class leaders
Sprightly speakers with much to offer, the SX-50s are a bargain and a worthy addition to any room’s furniture
Best music system £400-£800, Awards 2015. Overall this is a terrific streaming system. It’s more than good enough to give Marantz’s Melody Media M-CR610 a real fright when it comes to sound
This Cambridge Audio soundbase ticks all the right boxes. It delivers a fantastic, exciting sound for a great budget price
Best traditional package £1500-£2500, Awards 2014. Cambridge Audio has delivered an excellent 5.1 package that is as exciting, informative and seamless as we've heard for the money
Product of the Year, Awards 2013. Carries on where its bigger brethren left off: this is a fine speaker, producing a mature, easy-going sound
With Bluetooth and AirPlay on board, this is a versatile wireless speaker that’s exciting to listen to
It might not be the star all-rounder it was, but the Minx is still a worthy option
For scale and power, not to mention build and style, the Azur 851A is hard to beat
An incredibly capable performer, but a touch too clinical for our tastes
A fine player for the money and a worthy rival to the award-winning Marantz CD6004
Best streamer £600-£1000, Awards 2013. Looks good, sounds great, easy to use – a runaway success
Where space is tight, the miniscule Minx fits the bill and sounds fabulous
An affordable, very listenable DAC, but lacks dynamic reach and scale
Versatile and feature-packed DAC/headphone amp majors on detail
Fine picture and sound, but not the best in class with fast motion
This universal player is a great upgrade option for those making the next step up from a budget model
If you're happy with the compromises of a small-room system, this Minx set-up offers some wonderful sonic delights
The first product we've seen from Cambridge Audio's Minx range, this style speaker system is a welcome addition to the market
The Cambridge Audio Azur 350C is fine value, but spend a little more for a more accomplished all-rounder
Although DAB+ may be exciting for some people outside the UK, for us Brits the One+ isn’t enough of an update
The Azur 550A is another fine budget amplifier from Cambridge Audio, although in this market the competition's more than fierce
If you're on a budget, and searching for a decent receiver/ amplifier combo, then you could do much worse then this Cambridge Audio gem
Cambridge Audio's new HDMI cable line features the 500, which proves to be a perfectly acceptable cable for the money
Despite its many plus points, there's no denying that Cambridge Audio's Azur 650R has a delivery that's just too excitable for us
Cambridge Audio's DacMagic has plenty of inputs, boasts a choice of sound filters and sounds powerful, full-bodied yet subtle too
Best Blu-ray player £300+, Awards 2010. The Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD's sound, price and competitive performance make it one of the most capable d
A reasonable HDMI upgrade, but rivals at this price point offer better performance
If you’re determined to defer on buying Blu-ray, the sonically strong Cambridge Audio Sonata DV30 will do a fine job with DVD
A decent, impressive system. But the performance, at the money, doesn't hit the musical heights
The 650A is a worthwhile upgrade to Cambridge's excellent 640A. Partner it with the right equipment and you won't be disappointed
The S30s are classy-looking, sound superb, and offer an intriguing alternative to the established favourites at this level
The 840A can form the hub of a simple multi-room system and features balanced inputs and a monster power supply
This is a fine, musical, simple 5.1 AV receiver, with a smart design, but it lacks power and bottom-end grunt
The Azur 340C's energetic delivery is one of its strengths, though it can go OTT at times, losing some detail in the process
Cambridge, pretty much the master of budget hi-fi at the moment, adds another superbly good and cheap piece of kit to its already bulging stable
A fine player that offers detail and refinement, but one hard-nosed tune will leave it unsteady on its feet
Tempos cruise effortlessly, with intimate and emotional weight to voices....A great piece of kit, does the job with ease.
The 540R v3 is capable of lighting a fire under any film or music you care to play