Cambridge Audio CXA61 Integrated Amplifier

MSRP 999 USDNeoscore 87%

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Cambridge Audio CXA61 is a 60-watt per channel (8 ohms) stereo integrated amplifier with a wide range of digital and analogue inputs. It features a new ESS Sabre ES9010K2M DAC that supports USB input up to 32bit / 384kHz and DSD256 in quality. Further, aptX HD Bluetooth is integrated, making music streaming, e.g. from Cambridge's Alva TT turntable, possible.


Neoscore* 87%
  • Impressive detail retrieval and dimensionality
  • Impressive build and finish
  • Nothing in particular

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Size | Depth
341 mm
Size | Height
115 mm
Size | Width
430 mm
8.3 kg / 18.3 lbs


ESS Sabre ES9010K2M
inputs4x RCA, 1x 3.5mm, 1x coax, 2x TOSLINK, 1x USB, Bluetooth
outputs2x Speakers, 3.5mm headphone, preamp out, sub out


Power Consumption
600 W
Power Output
continuous60W RMS into 8 ohms / 90W RMS into 4 ohms



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