Are you looking for a complete all-in-one system that also pays homage to a great design from the past? Meet the Cambridge Audio Evo 75 and 150 Network Players.
Cambridge Audio pays homage to its iconic P40 integrated amplifier that helped launch the brand in 1968 and has pulled the curtains back on the new Cambridge Audio Evo 75 and Evo 150 network amplifiers.
The datasheet shows that Cambridge Audio is trying to push Naim out of his reasonably comfortable seat. The Uniti range has sat on the streaming throne for a few years now and it looks like the Evo range is set to break the wheel in the network streaming category.
Both models are Roon-Ready and support Tidal Connect and high-resolution digital MQA streaming. If the internal DAC has the same sound quality as the recently tested DacMagic 200M, this is a very impressive sounding network amplifier.
The Cambridge Audio Evo 150 has an integrated MM phono preamplifier that was not included in the Edge A or CXA61 integrated amplifiers. It’s good to see Cambridge Audio listening to consumers and reviewers (ahem) on this. The brand already makes some excellent external phono preamps so it only makes sense to add them to the Evo range.
Evo’s minimal and timeless aesthetic was designed in Cambridge Audio’s London studio and fits into any interior and lifestyle. Main designer Ged Martin chose high quality materials and used industrial design principles to create a product that advocates simplicity and will last for many years.
Evo is inspired by the wood paneling of the legendary P40, Cambridge Audio’s first product from 1968, and features beautiful walnut side panels that complement the sleek black anodized aluminum cabinet.
Evo also offers a selection of molded black sidewalls made from Richlite – an innovative new material made primarily from recycled paper. The side panels can be interchanged depending on the customer’s style.
The rather elegant-looking design also has a double concentric rotary knob and a large 6.8-inch LCD display on which album covers are shown in color.
Evo uses high quality components and is powered by a revolutionary Hypex NCore®Class D amplification that reproduces every detail of your music while remaining compact and energy efficient.
Evo consists of two models: Evo 150 has an output of 150 watts per channel and Evo 75 has an output of 75 watts per channel.
At the heart of Evo is the powerful StreamMagic platform from Cambridge Audio. It was designed to be the best sounding streaming platform, and it supports the latest digital music formats and services.
Both Evo models use powerful ESS Saber DACs to ensure that all digital music is converted to analog sound with intact detail, precision and dynamics.
Regardless of whether you organize your digital library with Roon or stream high-resolution MQAtracks with TIDAL Connect – Evo can play it all. And StreamMagic ensures that you hear your music in the best possible sound quality, regardless of where you play it and what source quality it is in.
Cambridge Audio Evo 75Cambridge Audio Evo 150
Evo has a variety of digital and analog connections so you can add any source from your existing turntable or CD player to using Evo as your TV’s sound system. In addition to optical, coaxial and cinch inputs, there is a TV-ARC input for connecting your TV via an HDMI cable.
You can also connect your wireless turntable and headphones to Evo’s built-in aptX HD Bluetooth, so you can stream lossy high-resolution streams.
The Evo 150 offers additional connectivity: a built-in MM phono stage (Moving Magnet) for compatible turntables, an asynchronous USB audio input, balanced XLR inputs and two speaker connections for two pairs of speakers.
For the ultimate in plug and play convenience, Cambridge Audio designed a pair of Evo S speakers to create a complete Evo system.
There is also the option of adding a dedicated Evo CD transport. Both are slated to be released later in 2021.
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