Cambridge Alva TT Review Rundown
Cambridge Audio Alva TT is the world's first hi-res wireless turntable. It turns the vinyl's analogue signal into 24bit/48kHz aptX HD Bluetooth information. It exhibits all the audio strengths that's seen vinyl endure as a viable format.
This rundown provides our analysis on 8 third-party reviews. The sentiment scores, summaries, and key takeaways that we select are based on these reviews and may differ from the original publication.
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Reviewers from Techradar have found the following[***]:
Cambridge Audio Alva TT is the first direct-drive turntable to offer wireless connectivity. It's also the first to offer hi-res 24bit/48kHz aptX HD streaming. It will cost £1500 / $1700 (around AU$2750) when it hits stores in April.
Reviewers from Trustedreviews have found the following[***]:
Cambridge Alva TT is the world's first hi-res wireless turntable. Uses direct drive to turn the platter, rather than a belt-driven motor. Offers 24bit/48kHz aptX HD Bluetooth streaming at a hi-resolution of 24 megabits per second.
Reviewers from Whathifi have found the following[***]:
Cambridge Audio Alva TT is the first turntable to offer Bluetooth connectivity. It's the only deck at the time of writing to offer aptX HD Bluetooth support. The Alva serves up a weighty helping of bass, but also plenty of texture and definition here, too.
- 1. ^ Cambridge Audio Alva TT turntable review. Techradar. 22 February 2019. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 2. ^ Cambridge Audio Alva TT Review. Trustedreviews. 13 March 2019. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
- 3. ^ Cambridge Audio Alva TT review. Whathifi. 12 April 2019. Retrieved 07 March 2021.
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