Stereo Amplifier: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo receiver
employs a fully-discrete, high-power, bipolar-transistor based, power amplifier
rated at 85 watts RMS x 2-channels. The amplifier can handle impedances
between 4 and 8 ohms.
A/B Speakers: The Cambridge Audio SR10 is equipped with A &
B speaker terminals to connect two pair of loudspeakers or bi-wire a single pair of
loudspeakers. You can select which speaker outputs are heard - A speaker only, B
speaker only, A+B speaker, or Off. The amplifier can support a 4-ohm load when
driving only one pair of speakers. The amplifier can support an 8-ohm load when
driving two pair of speakers.
Rugged Chassis Design: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo
receiver has been carefully designed with a brushed aluminum front-panel, rigid
metal chassis, and internal bracing to prevent resonance and improve sound
Toroidal Transformer: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo
receiver utilizes a custom low-flux toroidal transformer for audiophile
Cooling Fan: The Cambridge Audio SR10 features a very quiet
speed-controlled cooling fan to keep the receiver operating at a normal
temperature for consistent performance and outstanding reliability.
AM/FM Tuner: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo receiver features a
built-in AM/FM with manual, seek, and preset tuning.
RDS: The built-in AM/FM tuner features RDS for station name
display on FM stations that support this function.
Preset Tuning: You can store up to 30 AM/FM station presets (15 each).
Mono Mode: For low quality stereo FM signals, selecting the Mono mode
can reduce the noise and improve reception.
LCD: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo receiver features a
front-panel LCD for the display of information, such as the selected input
source, station identification, volume, and tone/balance level.
Volume Control: The Cambridge Audio SR10 features a
front-panel rotary dial to increase or decrease the level (-80 to 0) of the
sound from the speakers outputs and headphone output of the unit. You can also
use the included remote control to adjust the volume level.
Tone Control: The Cambridge Audio SR10 offers Bass (100Hz)
and Treble (20kHz) controls which are adjustable from -10 to +10dB. The unit
also allows you to balance the unit's speaker outputs left-to-right (+/-10).
Remote Control: The Cambridge Audio SR10 comes supplied with
an IR remote control for wireless operation (Menu/Source/Volume) of the
stereo receiver. The included remote control will also operate playback
function of the Cambridge Audio CD10 CD player
4 Rear-Panel Inputs: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo
receiver is equipped with 5 rear-panel analog stereo RCA inputs (MP3/Aux, CD,
Phono, BD/DVD). These analog stereo RCA terminals are suited for any line-level
Phono Input: This input has a built-in phono stage.
Turntables fitted with a moving magnet (MM) or high-output moving coil (MC)
cartridge can be used.
Note: Low output moving coil types (<1mV and normally
10-1,000 ohm load impedance) cannot be directly connected.
Front-Panel Input: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo receiver
features a front-panel 3.5mm auxiliary input for temporary connection of a
portable digital audio player.
Note: Connecting an audio device to the front-panel
3.5mm auxiliary input will override the unit's rear-panel RCA auxiliary
Record Output: The stereo receiver's analog stereo RCA
record output lets you connect a tape recorder or CD-burner. The unit's record
output is not affected by the volume control or tone adjustments.
Subwoofer Output: A single rear-panel RCA subwoofer output
is used to connect a powered subwoofer.
Binding Posts: The Cambridge Audio stereo receiver is
equipped with 8 binding-post speaker terminals to connect two pair of bookshelf
or floor-standing loudspeakers. The binding-post terminals will accept bare
wire, pin-connectors, and banana plugs (single/dual). The binding post terminals
are color-coded (red/black) to distinguish positive and negative.
Headphone Output: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo receiver
is equipped with a front-panel 1/4" headphone socket for connection of a set of
headphones. The amplifier's speaker outputs are muted when headphones are
Note: Headphones with an impedance of between 32 and 600
ohms are recommended.
Detachable IEC Power Cord: The Cambridge Audio SR10 stereo
receiver includes a detachable 5' IEC power cord.