ONKYO C-755-B Compact Disc Player Mini black
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Key to the audiophile performance offered by the CXC CD transport is our S3 servo solution. The vast majority of optical drives in use today are designed with computers in mind. While they can read all manner of disc media, they lack the precision and finesse of a dedicated audio drive. To address this, we have written our own software to precisely control the driveʼs laser and motor assembly.SIMPLIFYING THE SIGNAL PATH
The CXC is simplicity itself to setup and use, because we handle digital to analogue conversion in our amplifiers. Thereʼs a good reason behind this philosophy. Maintaining the audio signal in the digital domain for as long as possible minimises potential analogue signal degradation. Our CXC transport has one job to do and it does it very well indeed.
Our proprietary Cambridge S3 servo solution effectively turns a universal disc drive into a dedicated CD spinner; it can calibrate and monitor the speed of the disc, holding it steady and constant. By managing where the laser head is and what itʼs reading, as well as maximising error correction, we can get the maximum amount of clean data off the disc as possible, with the minimum jitter.BUILT TO LAST
The CXC utilises a low-resonance acoustically damped metal chassis, with an ultra-clean low noise power supply. Beneath the hood, our PCB design employs double-sided surface mount technology, which eliminates wire links and ensures an ultra short signal path, thereby reducing signal deterioration.C-BUS POWER SYNCING
Cambridge C-BUS connection means that one remote can be used to power on and off both CXC and CXA in sync.
A Professional CD Recorder/Player with Proprietary TEAC Tray-Loading Transport, itDoubles as a Professional CD Player with Advanced Playback Functions
The DNP-F109 Network Audio Player surely is a break-through development in the mini system category. People can now enjoy a wide variety of Internet Radio, online digital content or network music files in their listening room. The DNP also supports AirPlay to stream music directly from an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, or from the iTunes music library. Thanks to the DLNA 1.5 compatibility, Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices can be accessed quickly to play the user's favourite tunes flawlessly in a quality never heard before. The analogue output even makes it possible to upgrade former F107 systems or any other setup.
Easy of use
Featuring a broad range of listening and streaming options, the Marantz M-CR611 Network CD Receiver is now equipped with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless audio streaming functions including Apple AirPlay, and features popular streaming services including Pandora, SiriusXM and Spotify, along with delivering thousands of internet radio stations from around the world.
The M-CR611 features a built-in disc player that's compatible with music CDs, CD-R and CD-RW recordable and erasable discs and is also equipped with an AM/FM tuner.
Featuring 4 high efficiency digital audio amplifier channels, the M-CR611 lets you connect 2 pairs of loudspeakers, and now features the ability to control the volume level of each speaker pair independently. You can also configure the M-CR611 to drive 1 pair of speakers with double the power output, or drive a pair of bi-amp compatible audiophile speakers.
The M-CR611 comes with a deluxe ergonomic remote control and is fully compatible with the Marantz Remote App, which is available in iOS and Android versions.
The CXN is our fastest, slickest network player yet, and this is helped by the processing power of our bespoke new Cambridge Connect app. The app, which offers a new menu system plus a more graphical and intuitive interface, locates uPnP servers on your network, makes sense of the folder structure and lists content metadata, all without skipping a beat.
The CXN also supports C-BUS control, allowing power and volume to be controlled via the Cambridge Connect app. The CXN can be employed as a digital pre-amplifier, with volume control performed by the Sharc DSP; for maximum quality, this resamples at every volume step. Thereʼs also asychronous USB (24-bit/192kHz resolution) with DSD64 playback support. Using the app to find the track you want to play, not the player, results in a faster, more satisfying user experience. We believe this switcheroo is ingenious. Before, our streaming module would have to go find the uPnP servers and serve up the file structure back to the app - a relatively slow process. In the CXN ecosystem, your smartphone or tablet app handles all the browsing, searching and finding.
Naturally file playback support is wide, with all popular codecs and wrappers supported, including WAV, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, MP3, HE AAC and AAC+ OGG Vorbis. UPnP media playback is joined by AirPlay, Spotify Connect and Internet radio.Built to sound better
Just as with other components in the CX series, the CXN features a low-resonance, acoustically dampened chassis, allied to a high quality power supply - and for the first time on a Cambridge network player, thereʼs also a high resolution, full colour TFT display, which compliments the browsing experience on the Cambridge Connect app.
With the CXN, weʼve been able to unlock more of our extremely powerful Zander audio streaming module. Incredibly, itʼs currently utilising only about 20 per cent of its potential. Expect firmware updates to unlock more features and functionality over time.Dual Differential DACs
The two Wolfson WM8740 DACs within the CXN are used in a dual differential mode. Put simply, this means we use one stereo DAC per channel. Not only does this give us terrific stereo separation, but also enables us to multiply up and convert at 24-bit 384kHz (2 x192Khz) per channel. Why do we use Wolfson WM8740 DACs? Because they sound great, of course!Adaptive Time Filtering upsampling
The CXN employs Cambridge Audioʼs proprietary 2nd Generation Adaptive Time Filtering (ATF2) upsampling technology, which is implemented in the CXNʼs Analog Devices Sharc DSP. Traditionally, upsampling algortithms consider two bits of data then draw a line between; our ATF technology considers both the data and its overall shape, then interpolates where itʼll best fit the waveform. We believe this is a more accurate, realistic way of handling audio upsampling, and results in a more convincing soundstage.Bespoke Bluetooth
If you want to use the CXN with a Bluetooth source, we offer an optional BT100 audio receiver.
From the ground up, this is an audiophile Bluetooth device. All the coding for the BT100, from the XMOS interface to the aptX implementation, is done in-house. We even include an extension cable which enables you get the best Bluetooth range.