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  • AV-receiver Cambridge Audio CXR 120
  • AV-receiver Cambridge Audio CXR 120

Description AV-receiver Cambridge Audio CXR 120

Semianiline AV receiver Cambridge Audio CXR 120 is made on the basis of the same ideology as the audio components of this series – with exceptional attention to all elements of design, responsible for sound quality. The device is manufactured in a metal case considerable height, which allowed freely to place all of his schemes and to ensure good heat dissipation. The AV receiver has an anti-resonant chassis, and its front panel is made of sheet aluminum of significant thickness. It contains a large display which consists of a few small buttons and a volume knob and connectors. The latter is represented by a headphone output, inputs mini-jack for portable music players (to the same socket and connect the microphone for auto calibration surround sound) and HDMI with MHL support. There is also a USB input to which you can connect the drives with music files.

In the power supply of the AV receiver Cambridge Audio CXR 120 a massive toroidal transformer and filter capacitors have a significant total power. The device is equipped with surround sound decoders HD and conventional formats has a direct signal bypassing the auxiliary circuits. In addition to the connectors on the front panel, CXR 120 is equipped with seven HDMI inputs and two outputs (one of which supports signal transmission mode of the return channel). HDMI switching enables the transfer of 3D and 4K signals. Also on the rear of CXR 120 has three line inputs, two coaxial and two optical, and 7.1-channel inputs. To the receiver, you can connect two subwoofers, it has a trigger and IR outputs, an RS232 interface. To two USB connectors to connect optional Bluetooth module BT100 and the supplied Wi-Fi antenna for wireless network connection.

Cambridge Audio CXR 120 includes a combined unit with a built-in network player similar to the one used in the network player Cambridge Audio. Over the network (as with USB) this unit plays lossless files, ALAC, WAV, FLAC files with parameters up to 24 bit / 192 kHz and the digital-to-analog Converter based on Cirrus Logic CS42528 IC. It is also possible to receive Internet radio and support for Spotify.

Features of the AV receiver Cambridge Audio CXR 120

HDMI switching 4K/60 Hz, 2 HDMI out
Networking functionality via Ethernet
The ability to install the dongle BT100 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi antenna
The scoring of the second zone

Characteristics of AV-receiver Cambridge Audio CXR 120

The number of channels7.2
Output power7х60 W (8 Ohms, all channels enabled)
Frequency range10 Hz – 20 kHz ( /- 1dB)
THDless than 0,006%
The ratio signal/noise more than 90 dB
FM tuner87.5 MHz – 108 MHz
Tuner AM522 kHz – 1611 kHz
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