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Cambridge Azur 351C specifications

Cambridge Azur 351C
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General
Cambridge
Azur 351C | AZ-351C-SW
CD-player
5055300406149
English
EN - 11 (PDF)
Audio
Audio D/A Converter (DAC)24-bit/192kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)99 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)0.003 %
Frequency range20 - 20000 Hz
Media types
CD-R playback
Features
MP3 playback-
CD changer-
Device typeHiFi CD player
Disc loading typeTray
Number of optical discs1 discs
LED indicatorsPower
Product colourBlack
Disc types supportedCD, DVD-ROM
Packaging content
Manual
Power cord included
Management features
Volume controlDigital
Power
Power consumption (typical)25 W
Power consumption (standby)1 W
Weight & dimensions
Weight4800 g
Depth305 mm
Height85 mm
Width430 mm

CD PLAYER


The 351C offers real audio purism thanks to premium features including a Wolfson WM8728 DAC, an audiophile grade toroidal transformer delivering ultra-low low noise and distortion, and a custom built audio-only CD transport.

DESIGNED FOR THE PURPOSE


Whilst an off-the-shelf CD/DVD-ROM drive might be fine for your computer, if you want to extract every detail from your discs then you need a player like the 351C that's been designed specifically to play audio CDs.

BESPOKE COMPONENTS


The 351C features a number of top grade components including our in-house designed, audio-only CD transport which is coupled to our third generation proprietary S3 servo solution which reads data from discs, processes it with incredibly low distortion, and most importantly, delivers amazingly dynamic sound.

WARMTH AND DETAIL


The new 351C carries over the latest Wolfson WM8728 digital to analogue converter from its award-winning predecessor but the whole design has been subtly retuned for an even richer performance and sensational levels of detail from music of all types.

And like its amplifier partner, the 351C also benefits from a superior toroidal transformer which offers much less noise and distortion than lower cost laminate transformers which are commonplace amongst the competition.