Cambridge Audio CXC
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Clear sound, easy set up.
Most CD players combine a transport that reads your discs with a digital-to-analog converter and other electronics to process the digital bits into sound. That combo approach works out pretty well most of the time, but when you really want the best possible sound quality, separate components for these two tasks are the way to go.
The Cambridge Audio CXC transport is a true CD specialist. It's designed to do only one thing — read your compact discs with the utmost precision. This single-purpose design allows it to deliver digital data to an outboard DAC with no interference from internal analog circuitry. And instead of using a multi-purpose computer drive like some CD players, the CXC incorporates Cambridge Audio's dedicated S3 servo drive mechanism to provide state-of-the-art error correction and minimal jitter. You'll hear more detail and impact from your music CDs when you play them on this transport.
While the CXC works perfectly well with any high-quality digital-to-analog converter, it makes a brilliant partner for Cambridge Audio's CXA60 or CXA80 integrated amplifiers. Pairing either of these amps and their built-in, high-quality Wolfson DACs together with the CXC CD transport will deliver detail and clarity from your disc collection that will astound you.
This player continues to impress-clean,vibrant musical reproduction and ease of operation, highly recommended.
Lon, Elysburg, PA
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Clear sound, easy set up.
This player continues to impress-clean,vibrant musical reproduction and ease of operation, highly recommended.
Alrighty, so I rarely write reviews but this thing is sick. I'm running it to a bryston dac>mx110>mc240>ns1000m and it sounds almost as pleasing as my vinyl...which is another filthy setup but not relevant to this. I had been using the digital out from a marantz 6006 to the Bryson but wanted to give it to my ex-girlfriend so I grabbed this transport. I was expecting and upgrade in sound because of what I'd read on here but I wasn't expecting such a dramatic one...night and day! A freakin steak at $450 and hands down some of the best money I've put into my hifi for sure. The bass is definitely the most impressive improvement, but across the board it's better...all the way across. Gonna start paying a bit more attention to the cd bins at goodwill now! Really good shit!
Purchased the CXC along with the Cambridge Audio CXA80 integrated amp to replace a 30 year old JVC system. What an improvement! The sound is much richer and realistic than the Japanese brands brighter sound. Connected my old CD player to compare directly to the CXC-- result--the CXC delivers more detail, nuance and natural sound. If you have an external DAC or an amp with a DAC give the CXC a listen in your system.
Pros: Delivers more detail and nuance when pared with a good DAC Great performance for the money
Cons: None so far
I was looking to upgrade my CD player after my last one died after 25 years and looked into the Cambridge Audio CXC. For someone who is interested in high quality sound, I would strongly consider adding this to your stereo system to bring new life to your CD collection!
Pros: Exceptional sound quality!
I have two of these running in two different setups. One is paired with a Schiit Gungnir dac, the other with a Schiit Bifrost dac. They both sound amazingly musically nuanced and detailed, I couldn't be happier with the sound. Compared to the Marantz 6006 CD and the NAD 546BEE CD players honestly it's not even close, although those two players are very good in their own right. Teamed with Parasound A23 amp and P5 preamp with the Schiit Gunmire dac and a Cambridge Azur 851A integrated and Schiit Bifrost dac.
Pros: Excellent musicality, reveals details, nuances, harmonics and sonic depth without any harshness or glare. The most music I've heard from any previous CD player I've owned.
Cons: None musically or build-wise. However I believe they play only CDs and are not multi-disc readers. May be a drawback for some.
Using the CXC coaxial output to play back CDs through a Parasound Halo P5/A23 combo and 34-year-old ADS L1290 speakers sounds incredible. I previously was using an old Toshiba DVD player's coaxial digital output and the CXC just blows it away. The detail and clarity is significantly better and the harshness I heard before is now completely gone. I would have never thought that the transport could make such a difference. The DAC in the P5 is no longer cutting-edge but combined with the CXC the sound is stellar. Highly recommended. In my opinion the disc tray is acceptable at this price point - it is plastic but I don't think it's flimsy, and it makes reassuringly solid noises while opening and closing. It also fits the face plate perfectly, no misalignment at all. It looks high-end without a bunch of excessive "audiophile" weirdness. The unit is silent in regular operation. You should buy one!
Pros: Fantastic sound Nice build quality By far the least expensive CD transport on the market
Cons: Some may think it's expensive
This is my first CD transport, having always owned a player with a built-in DAC. Mine is connected to a Peachtree Nova 220SE amp and my speakers are Golden Ear Triton-3s. So far the CXC has operated flawlessly and, although I'm not an audiophile and certainly not an expert, a CD played through this system sounds awesome. I can really hear details I hadn't noticed before. I love to listen to music but I'm not one who is able or willing to pay thousands of dollars for a CD player or transport. I'd bet I wouldn't notice a difference anyway! Some reviewers spoke of a flimsy CD tray. To me it is just fine. I'm placing a CD in the tray and pushing the close button. It works. I was ignorant about the difference between a CD player and a CD transport. The Crutchfield tech (Hank) helped me to understand it better. By the way, when my unit arrived it unfortunately did not have a power cord in the box. That was a problem for me as we had guests coming up for the weekend and really wanted to use the stereo. A call to Crutchfield and the power cord was sent overnight to my house. That's excellent customer service!
Pros: Sounds great. Works well.
Cons: None so far.
Although the drawer mechanism seems a little flimsy, the digital output is truly 5/5. Not sure why zeros and ones should "sound" different but, on this transport, there is far more information that gets sent to my DAC.
I am suddenly back in love with my CD collection. Having been resigned to just listening to them in my car I thought they would soon be gone. I now hear many more details than ever and I am now determined more than ever to upgrade my speakers to match this and get even more out of it.
Pros: More detail than previously experienced
Cons: Only that I need to upgrade my speakers now.
This is for serious music lovers who sit and listen. Cambridge Audio CXN and AudioQuest - Carbon - Digital Coax Audio Cable that's it period. Screw the digital music .. screw the high res crap..
Pros: very superior quality than digital music streaming
Cons: disc try is not up to the mark as it sounds. very plastic and old exist and close mechanism. once it closes did not look seamless with rest of display panel i see misalignment with rest of display pannel.
I'm just going to repeat what has been said: you'll find details in your music that you didn't know were there! My CD collection got a new life. I found the CD tray to be very solid, not cheap as mentioned in other reviews. CA may have fixed it though. I paired it with a CA CXA-80 and B&W 683 S2. Really happy with the results.
Pros: Price, quality and build. Simple controls but results of high end components.
Cons: None so far.
Best listening from Vivaldi to Dean Martin. This amp is perfect with my B&W 702's.
My DAC is a Schiit Bifrost Multibit. I have used JRiver and Tidal via USB out of my computer and coax out of my FiiO X5. This dedicated Optical Transport clearly sounds better than anything of those options. I thought things sounded good before but now I am noticing more details in the music as details are more effortlessly heard. I have also noticed that in addition to hearing more details in the music everything sounds smoother especially in the highs. There is less listening fatigue. Instrumental timbre is better as well. If you have a good DAC this is a no brainer at this price. It is built very nice and it feels substantial when you pick it up. While the CD drawer is plastic it is sold and smooth. No noise at all comes from the unit when it is spinning CDs. It has all the basic features I want in a CD player. The display is easy to read from my listening chair. I am at a point where I prefer physical media over downloads and streaming. My vinyl rig sounded considerably better than my digital rig on many albums that I have in both formats. However with this transport and CDs the gap has narrowed and I now listening to considerably more digital than I was. My only regret is that I did not get this sooner. Highly recommended!
Great product. In combo with the Nova 300 DAC, my cds sound beautiful. Strongly recommend.
This unit replaced an older Denon 2910 DVD player that I was using as a transport. I noticed an immediate improvement. The Cambridge CXC is smoother, more organic, has a lower noise floor, and has no hint of digital sound. There is also a trace of increased warmth with the synergy of my components and a nice large sound stage. Timing is also very good. It is exactly what I was hoping for and gives me the option of turning up the volume without listener's fatigue.
I've now spent about 2 weeks with the Cambridge CXC and I have to say that I'm pretty impressed. I've paired it with the Cambridge CXA60. This transport replaced an ONKYO 7030. Obviously the ONKYO was a budget player, but with a high quality DAC and excellent build it's a solid performer. However, I knew that I would need to upgrade to get the most from my cd collection. I still have my SONY DVP S9000 ES, which is still a fantastic player despite being 15 years old. It listed for around $1500.00 new. I use it for SACD playback mostly but I've also enjoyed it's redbook clarity as well. I used it and the ONKYO for comparison. In my A/B comparisons the CXC really does sound lively, not allowing anything within the frequency range to sound unfocused or short changed. This happens with a lot of other players due to poor error correction when those players fill in gaps within the audio track. On the CXC the highs, mids, and lows are well defined and sound like they exist right in front of you. So far I've listened to everything from jazz, to rock, to metal, to classical, and classic rock. The CXC presents every detail very nicely. I highly recommend this unit for anyone that has the desire to squeeze every last drop from your cd collection without breaking your wallet. Cheers!
Pros: - Overall build quality - Performance - Pairs well with any quality DAC - Looks great, especially when paired with the CXA60/80
Cons: - Tray is plastic and could be considered noisy (the only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5)
The Cambridge CXC is beautifully built and performs flawlessly. Not cheap but still money well spent.
I purchased the CXC after sampling some similar priced CD players. I paired the CXC with my Parasound P5 Pre-amp with a Bur-Brown DAC, Parasound Halo A23 power amp, and PSB Imagine T speakers. Right out the box I experienced warmer and more detailed sound. After about 50 hours of use the sound continued to improve. Recently, purchased a Bryston BDA2 DAC and the sound quality of the CXC is now Mind Blowing!! The CXC appears to be well built and I appreciate the large display. The transport mechanism is quiet - something that cannot be said of other CD players that I've sampled. This can be very important if you listen to classical music. I highly recommend the CXC if paired with a quality DAC!
Pros: Well built...Great Sound!
Cons: None So Far!
Outstanding performance, it brings new life to my collections of CD. Sounds is spacious as if the singers are in front of you. Hear it for yourself. Amazing gear!
Pros: Great sounds!
When I noticed the price of the CXC had been reduced, I decided to see what "Great British Sound" was all about. I had been using an Oppo BDP-83 Blu-ray player to feed my Marantz HD-DAC1 and Beyerdynamic T1 headphones. Replacing the Oppo with the CXC has made a noticeable improvement. Everything from guitars to drums, cymbals and tambourines sound more real, more natural. The CXC is worth the price. I must also mention Crutchfield's great customer service. After placing my order, the package was at my door in California less than 48 hours later.
I bought this unit as part of a full system upgrade and have paired it with the CXA80 amp and Monitor Audio BX5 floor standing speakers. The sound quality is quite astounding and i can hear a much higher level of clarity in the high notes which come across crisply. Build quality of the transport seems fine and the overall appearance matches the CXA80 very well. I'm using the Toslink Optical cable to connect the units and this is working very well. I have only had the unit for a few weeks but it has definitely been a welcome addition. I would recommend this unit as part of any system as it really delivers the goods.
Pros: Crisp, clear high notes Great looking unit
Cons: None really that i can see thus far
Excellent CD transport. No issues playing old CDs, CDRs, or CDRWs from my library.
Pros: Very easy set up. Amazing packaging.
Opens up the music.Fantastic detail and soundstage. Helps make the music more transparent.
Pros: Easy to setup and use
My CD's never sounded better! This is a very nice transport, I matched it with the Cambridge Topaz SR20 and some incredible speakers and was awestruck! Keep switching between my vinyl and cd's and not feeling like I am loosing much besides normal compression of the recording.
Pros: simple hook up Dimmer for display on remote
Cons: No con here, worth it!
Fantastic CXC transport from Cambridge! Very detailed, balanced and crisp. Much more than I was expecting for the price. I am usually hesitant to give full stars in reviews (I am usually a four-star-giving kind of guy), but for the price, the Cambridge CXC definitely deserves 5 stars. Package arrived in great condition in a matter of two days from Crutchfield! I initially connected the CXC to a Yamaha A-S801 with a Monster coaxial cable I also purchased from Crutchfield, playing through a pair of AudioEngine P4 speakers (which I will eventually upgrade), through 12awg speaker wire. I was hearing details in familiar music that I had never heard before. Since the speakers are absent on the low end, I attempted to add an REL Tzero sub, with it's Neutrik cable, and it became clear the essentially ungrounded (only has a two-pronged power cable) Yamaha system was the source of aground loop hum. As part of troubleshooting, a subwoofer cable borrowed from a knowledgeable friend corrected it, but what is the point of an REL sub if you are not using the Neutrik connector? I am keeping the transport, speakers and sub, because they are outstanding, and am waiting on an integrated amplifier upgrade - three-prong grounded this time - and DAC. I am very pleased with the Cambridge CXC transport and not willing to part with it. It is solidly built, attractive, gives outstanding sound quality. Quite an upgrade from my previous listening. I will be keeping it for a very long time
Pros: Detailed Balanced Crisp Attractive Sturdy build Multiple interconnect options
Cons: None for my purposes
This is a cd transport, so only digital & opitical connections. I was using the dac on my preamp (which I love). Sound was harsh on the high registers and not alot of middle. The drawer looks, feels and sounds like a cheap dvd player from a discount store! But on top of all this, it wouldn't play but maybe 5% of my cdrs. Seems like the most attention was given to the package persentation. It felt like opening something really upscale .... with all the fancy cloth bags .... But don't let this fool ya! Not much satisfaction here as far as sound, function or quality of materials.
Cons: Almost everything
Amazing clarity! i am hearing things on my CD's I haven't noticed before (usually a good thing, except on a couple which are not so well engineered -- but I have a renewed aporeciation for THAT art, too!) Thanks, Cambridge!
This is a top shelf CD Transport, and I would highly recommend it to anyone that has a quality DAC in their system to buy for this price range.
I have this coupled to an upgraded Schiit Bifrost DAC. What a combo! A very notable improvement over my Pioneer Elite disc player the CXC replaces. I hear more detail and less hash. This is a solid straightforward unit ment for sonic splendor, at a more than reasonable price of admission!
Pros: Simplicity @ it's best!
Cons: The remote is less than I'd like,but, serviceable.
Wow! The simple job that the CXC does is just that, simple. It excels at getting the signal to the other components. There are different dimensions in the music I know well that are incredible to me right now! I've got this CXC - CXN - CX80 with AudioQuest digital coax, balanced XLR cabling & speaker wire to a pair of Klipsch Heresy IIs.
Pros: Gets a perfect signal to your DACs
Cons: One disc at a time
Smooth CD tray... Sound is great and very detailed. It's perfect paired with my CXA 80.
This is my second CXC Transport, as I intend to use it, along with my earlier one, as a quasi-replacement for a carousel. I have a Bryston BDA-2 DAC that accepts multiple digital inputs, slo I can load both CXC Transports and select CD #2 merely by starting CXC #2 and switching DAC inputs. Faster than a carousel, and clearly with a more balanced and jitter-free sound. The CXC Transport I currently own is an unmitigated pleasure to use with my CD collection. Both Cambridge and Bryston have applied significant engineering know-how to ensure balanced and jitter-free reproduction of what is on the CD. The "Red Book" authors should be smiling.
Pros: Smooth, well-balanced output. Drawer and transport mechanisms are well-engineered. Excellent build quality. Heavy-duty use of my current CXC Transport suggests good reliability. Good price/quality/sound ratio.
Cons: The remote control wand was designed to control the complete C series units. Slightly awkward to use.
Four stars because of the price. It work just fine though.
Pros: Works fine
For those that continue to collect vinyl, you know what I'm talking about. We love our turntables and continue to collect music. This transport is for people who see it as possibly their last one and do enjoy sitting down and listening to music. For those who continue to collect CDs, this is the choice. The price is reasonable and DACs may change and yet we will have our CD transport. It is well built, sounds good with the Cambridge Audio CXN. I'm still giving it more time to burn in. At this price, it's the only one that I've seen. My speakers are the Kef LS 50. It is a perfect combination. I also play the Martin Login Motion LX16. They both sound very good with the Cambridge Audio CXC CD Transport paired with the CNX Streamer.
Pros: Well built. Attractive design. Great sound with an appropriate DAC.
Cons: An XLR Digital output is the only thing missing. I would had paid the difference if needed.
This is an excellent CD transport, and a great value at the price. I use it with a DacMagic 100 (also purchased at Crutchfield) and it has breathed new life into my CD collection. Sturdy, easy to use, solid feel to the controls. A great CD player for a high-end system.
Pros: No-nonsense layout of controls, sounds great
I wanted to get away from computer-driven music, but still wanted to be able to play my collection of digital audio files. After some research, the Cambridge CX series checked all of the boxes, so this is paired with the CXN and CXA80. The CXC feeds into the dual DACs in the CXN and then is connected to the CXA80 via XLR cables. The final piece of the system is Monitor Audio Silver 8 speakers. This does a great job of playing my CD collection in this configuration. Couldn't really be happier.
Pros: Does what it is intended to do very well. Fits very well within the rest of the CX series. Love it in this configuration.
This sounds great! I connect to my Yamaha A-S501 via AudioQuest Forest Optilink cable. I don't know why I'm spending 2 or 3 times more for 180 vinyl when the CXC makes my old CD's sound better than ever. The bad news... Now I need to buy a better turntable. Maybe a $1500.00 turntable will compare favorably with the CXC.
Pros: My silver CXC looks great, sounds great, easy to use. I haven't found a CD in my "extensive" collection that will not play in it.
Cons: None so far
Bought the CXC to go with the Yamaha A-S801 amp (both from Crutchfield). Leave it to Cambridge Audio to make a great transport that looks like a CD player, not a small toaster for the RV. Make no mistake, this transport is silky smooth and well built, and BTW...why do you need to have two DACs in the system? I run the CXC to the Yamaha via coaxial cable (also from Crutchfield). I get the same goosebumps that I got with the $1400 CD player I bought 8 years ago (I won't mention the brand).
Pros: Heavy and sturdy, very smooth operation, low jitter
very good sound. more than expected. crisp sound and quick operating speed.
I connected the CXC to a DAC Magic Plus with an Audioquest Vodka Toslink interconnect. Still in break-in, but it sounds as good or better than the Cambridge Audio CD player that they replaced. Streaming Netflix, the movie sound is dramatically improved - on music, the soundstage, imaging, and general resolution are remarkable. I am pleased that I chose these components.
Pros: Does a good job doing what it should.
teamed up transport with Cambridge DacMagic 100 and the sound is fabulous. had a Marantz CD player that was great but this is better. Interconnects are also critical so all in all love the sound.
Pros: sounds great, runs great, great remote, fast and easy to use. hooked up to DAC by S/PDIF. all good.
I bought the Cambridge CXC and replaced a Oppo 105 BD player. I am using a SimAudio Moon 280D dac with the CXC. The combination is nothing short of stellar. The CXC is dead quiet. Draw opens and closes quickly. It is exceedingly easy to operate. I wanted a dedicated transport and not a another CD player. The Oppo is a fantastic product but I am only using it for CD play back and nothing else. It is really a waste of capability not to do more with it.. Having said that, I am really more a of a 2 channel person and wanted to take my system to the next level. The Cambridge CXC and Moon 280D does just that. I still listen to CDs but also wanted to position myself to be able to listen to my collection via the computer when I am ready for it. What HiFi gave this player 5 starts and I concur with their assessment. By the way, Crutchfield's service is 2nd to none. I received this player next day.
Pros: Quiet, quick response, and well built.
Cons: No balanced outputs
I needed a backup CD transport for my system which uses a Sony SCD 5400 ES SACD/CD player. The Cambridge CXC fills the bill perfectly. The digital signals are fed to my Benchmark DAC1 which in turn sends the analog signal directly to a Nakamichi PA-7 amplifier. The sound from my large CD collection is truly outstanding. My yardsticks for a stereo component are resolution, frequency response from deep bass to the highest treble, the width and depth of the soundstage and the stability of the soundstage. The CXC is excellent on all of these measures and it is as musical as any CD player I have heard. At this price, you will be hard pressed to find a better CD transport. Well done, Cambridge. I'd recommend this product to any audiophile who values high end gear at reasonable prices.
Pros: Solid build. Outstanding soundstage and musicality. Nice remote control.
Cons: Nothing to complain about at all.
When I first saw the price I was awe struck! I never bought a cd transport previously due to their multi-kilo-buck costs. This player is well isolated from vibration despite its light weight, it sounds glorious, and ,again, its price is very low for its serious taste of the "high-end". Music sounds as it should with fast attacks to notes, good decay, tight, tuneful bass, and instruments that sound as they should. I tried a femto clock reclocker with this transport and the sound just got better. I have heard some $5000+ cd transport and cd players that this set up beats. Clearly, the Càmbridge CXC deserves the best DAC you can afford and you will be happy with the results -- and save alot of dough in the process!
Pros: Sound, flexibility to use and change DACs of your choosing. Top quality components and circuit designs. Isolation of transport from DAC.
Cons: On the light weight side.
|CD Transport Only||Yes|
Single Disc |
|Direct Track Access||No|
|Direct Disc Access||N/A|
|Display Color||Bluish white|
|Multiple CD Player Control||---|
|Parts Warranty||2 Years|
|Labor Warranty||2 Years|
|CD Frequency Response||N/A Hz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||Not Given|
|SACD Frequency Response||Not Compatible|
|SACD Dynamic Range||---|
|Analog RCA Output||No|
|Analog XLR Output||No|
|Digital Optical Output||Yes|
|Digital Coaxial Output||Yes|
CX Series Design: Designed specifically for the new CX Series, the Cambridge CXC delivers stunning CD playback and works in perfect harmony with the Cambridge CXA60 and CXA80 integrated amplifiers, as well as other external DACs. Cambridge Audio's CXC series handles digital to analog conversion in its amplifiers and not the CD transport. There's a good reason behind this philosophy. Maintaining the audio signal in the digital domain for as long as possible minimizes potential analog signal degradation.
CD Transport: The CXC is a CD transport. This means that the CXC plays the CD and extracts the digital information from the CD disc and outputs it digitally, via S/PDIF Coaxial or Toslink digital connection. With no digital to analog conversion in the CXC, when used in conjunction with the CX Series amplifiers it outputs the CD signal in digital form, relying on the high quality Wolfson DAC in the CXA amplifier for the crucial digital to analog conversion stages. The result is detail and clarity from your disc collection that will astound you.
S3 Servo Drive: At the heart of the CXC is Cambridge Audio's "S3" servo design. Designed for efficient recovery of CD digital data with state of the art error correction, it's been engineered to play audio CDs brilliantly. Multi-purpose drives simply can't compete. The vast majority of optical drives in use today are designed with computers in mind. While they can read a variety of disc media, they lack the precision and finesse of a dedicated audio drive. To address this, Cambridge Audio has written its own software to precisely control the drive's laser and motor assembly for CD Audio discs only. The proprietary Cambridge S3 servo solution effectively turns a universal disc drive into a dedicated CD spinner; it can calibrate and monitor the speed of the disc, holding it steady and constant. By managing where the laser head is and what it's reading, as well as maximizing error correction, the CXC can get the maximum amount of clean data off the disc as possible, with the minimum jitter.
Disc Compatibility (CD-DA Format Only): The Cambridge Audio CXC has been designed to play CD-Audio, CD-Text, recordable CD (CD-R) and re-writable CD (CD-RW) type discs. The Cambridge Audio CXC can play only discs recorded in the CD-DA format designed for music reproduction. Do not attempt to play a disc containing other data; such as MP3, WMA, AAC, etc. on this unit
Digital Outputs: The CXC features S/PDIF coaxial (RCA) and optical
(toslink) digital outputs. This not only minimizes analog signal
deterioration, but also means that the CXC works in perfect harmony with the Cambridge CXA60 and CXA80 amplifiers, utilizing the high quality Wolfson DAC in these amplifiers for the crucial digital to analog conversion stages.
Note: Because this unit is a CD transport and not a CD player, it does not offer any type of analog output.
Audiophile-Grade Construction: The CXC utilizes a low-resonance acoustically damped metal chassis, with an ultra-clean low noise power supply. Beneath the hood, its PCB design employs double-sided surface mount technology, which eliminates wire links and ensures an ultra short signal path, thereby reducing signal deterioration.
Toroidal Transformer: The Cambridge Audio CXC employs an audiophile-grade toroidal transformer delivering ultra-low low noise and distortion power to the CD transport. The toroidal transformer provides high-quality power output to the audio circuits with no clipping of the waveform signal to provide a consistent signal; as well as no transformer noise, buzz, or hum. The toroidal transformer is also full shielded against internal and external electrical interference to maintain quality of power and signal.
Remote Control: The CXC is supplied with an IR remote control for wireless operation of the CD transport. The remote duplicates the unit's front-panel control functions. The remote is also able to control other Cambridge Audio CX series components, like CX Series integrated amplifiers. The CXC also incorporates Cambridge Audio's C-BUS connection, which allows one remote to power on/off both CD transport and CX series amplifier in sync.
Playback & Search Functions: The Cambridge Audio CX series CD transport offers Play/Pause, Stop, Fast Forward/Rewind, and Previous/Next Track.
Front-Panel LCD: The unit's front-panel LCD indicates playback time, time remaining, and song/artist information from CD-Text discs. The front-panel LCD can be dimmed.
Auto Power Down: If desired, the CXC CD transport can shut itself down if not used for a period of time. Power down after an inactive period (no disk playback or any functions of the player used) of 30, 60 or 120 minutes can be selected.
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Cambridge Audio's CXC CD transport was designed to do one thing extremely well: read your CDs with the utmost precision.