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Cambridge Audio CXN (V2) Streamer

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Product Overview

Cambridge Audio CXN (V2) network streamer features Chromecast functionality and can connect to a broad range of streaming apps. It also supports multiple digital interfaces and is able to upscale inputs for sound quality gains.

Ratings

What we found

Pros
  • Gorgeous, detailed sound
  • Excellent build and finish
  • Easy-to-use app for smartphone and tablet
Cons
  • Nothing in particular

What external reviewers found

External score 84%
Pros
  • Full-bodied, tonally rich sound
  • Easy-to-use Cambridge Connect app
Cons
  • No DSD64 support

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Specifications

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External Reviews

hifichoice[1]

Reviewer score 84%
Reviewers from hifichoice have found:
Connect and AirPlay are built in and the CXN V2 also supports Napster, BBC iPlayer Radio, Aupeo! Pandora and Rhapsody. External connectivity is comprehensive with NAS drive and UPnP compatibility, coaxial and optical digital inputs. It incorporates a ground lift switch should you encounter hum when connected.
Pros
  • Full-bodied, tonally rich sound
  • Easy-to-use Cambridge Connect app
Cons
  • No DSD64 support

References

  1. ^ Cambridge Audio CXN V2. [hifichoice].

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