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Cambridge Audio Azur 350C CD Player

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Original price $399.99 - Original price $399.99
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$399.99 - $399.99
Current price $399.99
Whilst an off-the-shelf CD/DVD-ROM drive might be fine for your laptop, if you’re really serious about extracting every last detail from your discs then look no further than the 350C which features Cambridge Audio’s dedicated audio-only CD transport. This is then coupled to Cambridge Audio’s third generation proprietary S3 servo solution which dynamically adjusts the focussing, tracking and output level of the laser in real time. This in turn enables maximum retrieval of disc data, guarantees extremely low jitter and delivers amazingly dynamic sound. Warm yet incredibly detailed The new 350C offers a raft of upgrades over its award-winning predecessor and one of the most important is its implementation of a Wolfson WM8728 DAC coupled to a 2-pole Sallen-Key Butterworth filter topology. This complex sounding component selection is key to the 350C’s warm, fluid performance and its measurable purity and detail. Furthermore, a highly accurate master clock oscillator and impedance-matched clock buffering schemes further contribute to the amount of data it is possible to extract from a CD. And like its 350A amplifier partner, the 350C also benefits from a superior toroidal transformer which offers much lower noise and waveform distortion than lower cost laminate transformers which are more commonplace amongst the competition. Save the planet and delight your ears! We know that many customers are genuinely considering the environmental impact of their hi-fi – not to mention electricity consumption – and to add the icing on the cake, the 350C benefits from a highly coveted stamp of approval by Energy Star thanks to its ability to consume less than one watt in standby mode. Critically, this benefit is offered without any effect on sound quality since Cambridge Audio’s proprietary standby circuit is totally isolated when you’re listening to music.