the best combination of hardware and software I’ve seen in the hi-fi streaming sector to date, and represents the kind of value for money that is never given the recognition it deserves by the industry, especially the press. If you want to stream audio to a hi-fi, this is the little box you should buy.
Rock-solid performance, sonic neutrality and an abundance of features, all in a tiny box. What’s not to love?
The objective of hi-fi is to reproduce the source as accurately as possible, and that is pure transparency. That’s what the ZEN stream offers.
The MX Stream delivers bit-perfect audio to your DAC of choice and does so without character, noise or fuss.
the Fitzwilliam packs plenty of useful features and a sound I can’t fault into an aesthetically pleasing chassis of slimline proportions that will fit comfortably with any hi-fi system.
A tiny, generously specced miniature amplifier with integrated streaming, an excellent app and great sound.
A great alternative to the usual streaming suspects, equally suited to first-timers and those looking for a more modular, integrated streaming solution without the hassle of deploying custom software and hardware.
As the old adage goes, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. I’m pleased to see Cambridge taking this to heart in designing the CXN V2.
Yamaha’s R-N803D is a stereo receiver packed with clever tech and plenty of connectivity. The intuitive retro-inspired design, brilliant software and the thoughtful implementation of its many features are the icing on a particularly sweet cake.
One of the most feature-packed streamers on the market today, with an uncoloured, neutral sound.
The Yamaha WX-030 is a desktop speaker incorporating advanced streaming capabilities and compatible with the Yamaha MusicCast multi-room audio system.
Part of the MCR-N870 mini hi-fi system, the yamaha MusicCast CD-NT670D is a CD player, streamer and tuner combined which is capable of connecting to yamaha’s MusicCast multi-room audio system.
The CXN reaffirms Cambridge Audio’s position at the top of the streaming game, and is the streamer that other manufacturers must strive to beat.
A well-built, feature packed CD Player and streamer – and a real musical treat.
A tiny receiver and bookshelf speaker package offering up tons of features and sheer musical enjoyment.
A powerful integrated amplifier, combined with a DAC and feature-packed streamer; but lacking fun and excitement.
The Stream Magic 6 from Cambridge Audio aims to be the central hub for all of your digital media. But is this £700 stremer worth a spot in your system?