Cambridge Audio Azur 640T Tuners

Azur 640T

  • Touch controls offering easy access to DAB and FM stations
  • Receives traditional analogue transmissions and RDS
  • Wolfson WM8716 24-bit/192kHz DAC
  • Coaxial and digital outputs
  • Natural Contour Technology (NCT)
  • Low resonance, acoustically damped chassis improves sonic performance

User Reviews (1)

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essexboyracer   Audio Enthusiast [Feb 08, 2006]
Strength:

Deep, clean basslines. Easy to navigate. Looks nice, and displays clock when on standby. Signal strength meter (display option)

Weakness:

Can take a second or two to change stations...

I've only had it for a couple of months, but I have been very impressed with it so far. This tuner was bought to replace my aging Denon TU-500 (fm tuner) which I had been very happy with, and the Cambridge Audio 640T is as good with FM, but I have mainly been using it for DAB, and it has a rich clean sound, similar to CD, but probably a bit compressed. I have been particulaly impressed with the clean bass, and low noise and distortion. Personally I don't use the natural contour technology, though it didn't make a huge difference in my opinion.

Similar Products Used: Denon TU-500 (great for just fm)
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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