With non-physical consumption of music and movies firmly established, and the imminent appearance of Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray, does it make sense to release an expensive new disc player in 2015? Cambridge Audio certainly thinks so. A modern disc player...
The new 752BD is Cambridge Audio’s latest version of their universal disc player, one box to take on all manner of physical disc and increasingly popular digital media.
The BDP-105 is OPPO’s new flagship Blu-ray player that promises to marry superb disc playback with unmatched versatility in one unit.
For many years now Oppo has been the champion of the affordable universal disc player. Despite a good reputation and (perhaps because of its) fawning audience, it has remained a niche player, primarily represented by online resellers.
I remember, maybe fifteen years ago, trying to resist the charms of a big silver Myryadamplifier while standing in a long-gone hi-fi shop in downtown Auckland.
For Krell fans the good news is the first real New Zealand distributor for Krell and the launch of the latest entry level components; the S-300i integrated amplifier and the S-350a CD player.
The 650BD is Cambridge Audio’s latest take on the universal disc player, a breed of player that Cambridge have had great success with.
Now we have the latest entry-level offering from Wadia. And what a machine it is.
An amp that, for remarkably little outlay, adheres to the audiophile touchstone of fidelity.
Listening revealed a cracking CD player with audio performance to match those supermodel looks.