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    Review: Cambridge Audio EVO 150 vs EVO 75 All-In-One Player

    Lot's of value in these Cambridge Audio "all-in-one" players. Just add a pair of speakers, a streaming service of choice and enjoy. Review: Cambridge Audio EVO 150 vs EVO 75 All-In-One Player - YouTube

    The EVO is compatible with today’s popular music streaming services and their apps. It fully integrates Apple Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Spotify, Deezer, and YouTube Music as well as high-resolution providers like TIDAL and Qobuz. For you hi-res fans, this makes things easy.










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    Re: Review: Cambridge Audio EVO 150 vs EVO 75 All-In-One Player

    Attractive piece. I have owned two Cambridge components. Both have suffered problems with limited use. I had a dealer send one unit in for repair. It took over three months and cost close to $400. I still have a CXC transport that drops out data after it is played from a period. It is gathering dust in my storage room. YMMV
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    H-Cat Version 9 preamp, ARC Reference 75 amp, Custom line source speakers - 10 SB Acoustics midwoofers, 10 Fountek ribbon tweeters. JL Audio Fathom f112 Subs
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    Re: Review: Cambridge Audio EVO 150 vs EVO 75 All-In-One Player

    It definitely looks great, hopefully there’s performance and reliability to match.
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