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Cambridge 751R

Message » 09 Avr 2012 8:04

j'attends sa sortie pour me décider en remplacement de mon Pioneer LX73
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Message » 13 Avr 2012 13:55

Et ce petit bijoux doit avoir un prix :wtf: :ko:
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Message » 13 Avr 2012 13:59

le 751R doit tourner autour de 2500€ non ?
551R - 1200€ (mais moins cher en magasin)
651R surement autour de 1600/1700 € ?
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Message » 13 Avr 2012 14:00

Taibow a écrit:Et ce petit bijoux doit avoir un prix :wtf: :ko:


2490$... a voir comment va s'appliquer la conversion des taux d'échange car malheureusement les grossiste appliquent souvent un taux 1/1 (1$ = 1€) :evil:
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Message » 13 Avr 2012 14:02

doublon de post :hein:
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Message » 15 Avr 2012 23:18

Cool j'attendrai les soldes de 2015 LOL :oldy:
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Message » 22 Avr 2012 19:49

Est-ce que l'on sait déjà si le nouveau Cambridge décodera le DSD ? Ça m’intéresserait :lol:
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Message » 27 Avr 2012 16:08

Ah, enfin, il repointe le bout de son nez cet ampli.

Je l'attends depuis un petit moment celui la, histoire de remplacer le 540R V3. Vivement. :mdr:
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Message » 31 Mai 2012 10:51

Sur certains sites allemands ou hollandais, on aurait le 651R à 1800 euros et le 751R à 2150 euros.

En dehors de la puissance, y a t'il des différences de specs entre les deux ?

Ce qui m'intéresse particulièrement dans les specs du 751 (celles du 651 sont introuvables), c'est l'upscaling video de qualité supérieure au 551 ainsi que la calibration performante.
La puissance de mon 540R est déjà tout à fait suffisante pour mon installation, donc à specs identiques, je pense que j'opterai pour le 651... quand j'aurai les sous :D
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Message » 31 Mai 2012 11:03

EDIT :je souhaitais comparer des photos de faces arrières du 651 vs 751...

mais le site de VPC sur lequel j'avais pris les photos du 651 était foireux : c'était en face une face arrière de 650
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Message » 31 Mai 2012 11:39

scanlan75018 a écrit:EDIT :je souhaitais comparer des photos de faces arrières du 651 vs 751...

mais le site de VPC sur lequel j'avais pris les photos du 651 était foireux : c'était en face une face arrière de 650

Hello,
regarde le lien de Fabio en page précédente, il est expliqué la différence entre 651R et 751R, à priori la puissance mais sûrement d'autres options ...

L'attente se fait longue sur les news Cambridge :zzzz:
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Message » 28 Juil 2012 15:49

Pompé sur les tarifs NL

651R
Azur
150 watts RMS (6 ohms, 2 kanalen belast) binnenkort leverbaar
4 HDMI in, 2 uit, 3D TV Deep colour pass-thru and ARC
Video scaling tot 1080p met Anchor Bay ABT2010
Texas Instruments Dual DSP
Audyssey setup, 2EQ. en dynamisch Volumebeheer
Powered Zone 2
IR emitter in and 12v trigger in/out
Hoogwaardige Audiofiele AV receiver uitsluitend in zwart

751R
2 x 200 Watt 6 Ohm, 2 x 140W 8 Ohm, binnenkort leverbaar
7 x 120W 8 Ohm
6 HDMI in (1 op frontpaneel), 2 uit met 3D TV support
Deep colour pass-thru and ARC
24/96 USB audio ingang
Anagram Technologies audio upsampling to 24-bit/192kHz
Voll. video scaling tot 1080p using Anchor Bay ABT2010
Audyssey setup, 2EQ. and Dynamisch Volumebeheer
Powered Zone 2
IR emitter in and 12v trigger in/out
The ultieme audiofiele AV receiver uitsluitend in zwart leverbaar

Donc finalement, entre le 651 et le 751, ca ne serait pas qu'une affaire de puissance
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Message » 28 Juil 2012 15:58

Selon les slovaques

651R
• 7.1 AVR, 2x150W HiFi @ 6Ohm
• 4 HDMI 1.4 in, 2 out (3DTV/ARC/...)
október '12 • AnchorBay ABT2010 video scaling
• Texas Instruments Dual DSP
• Audyssey 2EQ, Zone 2, IR in/out, 2xDO
• čierne AL prevedenie

751R

• 7.1 AVR, 2x200W HiFi @ 6Ohm
• 6 HDMI 1.4 in, 2 out (3DTV/ARC/...)
október '12 • ABT2010+TI Dual DSP+ADI Sharc DSP
• Q5 24bit/192kHz upsampling, USB 24/96
• Audyssey 2EQ, Zone 2, IR in/out, 2xDO
• čierne AL prevedenie
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Message » 28 Juil 2012 17:11

Bon ca y est, en cherchant un peu on finit par trouver des descriptions plus fines (pas pour les DAC malheureusement)

751R :
It’s the sound that matters:
Cambridge Audio has always had a passion for sound quality, and this is where the 751R stands head and shoulders above the competition. Utilising over 40 years of experience in the production of award winning amplifiers, Cambridge Audio truly believes the new 751R to be its best sounding AV receiver to date. Key to this claim are the 751R’s seven 120 Watt audiophile grade fully discrete amplifiers which are kept separate from the processing and input stages and feature a substantial power supply and an oversize low flux toroidal transformer. This careful design of the amplifier stages ensures that the 751R can replicate the dynamics and scale required for the most demanding movie soundtracks whilst also being able to reproduce a genuinely musical performance with either stereo or multichannel music sources. Every part of the 751R has been carefully designed to offer the ultimate in audio performance. From the ultra rigid, acoustically dampened chassis, right down to the critical selection of each individual component, no stone has been left unturned in the pursuit of audio heaven from an AV receiver.

Tentitive release date of July/August 2012

This is a pre-production communication. Design and specifications are therefore subject to chage.Advance information -751R AV receiver featuring full HDMI 1.4 3D reception and processing.

Power when you need it:

Cambridge Audio has always used ‘real world’ power ratings, which detail the maximum power output when all channels in an amplifier are driven. Unlike some other companies, who may use flattering figures into low impedances or with only some channels driven to exaggerate the claimed performance of their amplifier stages, the 751R can deliver a true 120 watts from all 7 channels, which will blow the competition out of the water, and makes the 751R the most powerful AV receiver in its class!

A great sound for any environment:

The 751R is also the first Cambridge Audio receiver to feature Audyssey 2EQ room equalisation, with a supplied microphone for extremely quick and easy

installation. Also with Audyssey Perfect Volume, the sound is fully tailored to fit your listening environment perfectly, so that you can hear music and movies just as the artists and directors intended. As part of Cambridge Audio’s ‘nocompromise’ approach to sound quality, the 751R uses three (yes 3!) full DSP stages: a Texas Instruments twin DSP chipset provides multichannel decoding in core one and then full post-processing (including room EQ and volume equalisation) in core two. Finally, a third Analog Devices DSP up-samples all audio signals to 24-bit/192kHz. For movies and TV shows, the 751R supports all of the latest surround CODECs, and can fully decode all HD audio soundtracks over both PCM and Bitstream. In addition, the Analog Devices DSP running Anagram Technologies Q5 suppresses jitter whilst up-sampling all audio signals azur 751R AV Reciever In its commitment to bringing high quality audio to the AV market, Cambridge Audio is proud to introduce its new 751R AV receiver featuring full HDMI 1.4 3D. reception and processing. Cambridge Audio 751R AV Reciever with 3D Advance information December 2010 azur 751R AV Reciever to 24-bit/192 kHz, for the ultimate in low jitter, high quality sound. For computer audio, a USB input is capable of accepting 24-bit/96kHz files from any connected computer, to provide ‘better than CD sound quality.

Cutting edge As well as great sound, the 751R is full of cutting edge video technology too:

The 751R boasts 6 HDMI inputs, and 2 outputs, which can send the same output signal to multiple displays. All incoming video signals can be scaled to1080p by a high quality Anchor Bay ABT2010 scaler, to ensure that all video signals are output in the highest possible quality, to complement the high quality audio! And completing the perfect picture, LipSync audio delay means the user can simply adjust for processing delays in the source or TV, to provide trouble free viewing.

Big power from a small package:

To extract such high levels of performance from a compact unit is no mean feat. Another crucial aspect of the 751R’s audiophile pedigree is Cambridge Audio’s – X-Tract, a proprietary forced convection heat tunnel. This revolutionary design allows the 751R to remain cool and silent whilst operating at the highest possible levels of power and performance. AV Reciever to 24-bit/192 kHz, for the ultimate in low jitter, high quality sound. For computer audio, a USB input is capable of accepting 24-bit/96kHz files from any connected computer, to provide ‘better than CD sound quality.

Cutting edge:

As well as great sound, the 751R is full of cutting edge video technology too. The 751R boasts 6 HDMI inputs, and 2 outputs, which can send the same output signal to multiple displays. All incoming video signals can be scaled to1080p by a high quality Anchor Bay ABT2010 scaler, to ensure that all video signals are output in the highest possible quality, to complement the high quality audio! And completing the perfect picture, LipSync audio delay means the user can simply adjust for processing delays in the source or TV, to provide trouble free viewing.

Big power from a small package

To extract such high levels of performance from a compact unit is no mean feat. Another crucial aspect of the 751R’s audiophile pedigree is Cambridge Audio’s – X-Tract, a proprietary forced convection heat tunnel. This revolutionary design allows the 751R to remain cool and silent whilst operating at the highest possible levels of power and performance.



Preliminary specs only:

7.1x 200w/ch
24 bit 96 khz USB input
6 HDMI in 2 out
192kHz upsampling by Analog Devices
AM/FM tuner
Powered second zone off surround rears
Separate sub out for zone 2
Anchor Bay ABT2020 video scaler
Autosetup by Audyssey 2EQ and perfect volume
RS232C
USB Audio In Yes: 24-bit/96kHz
HDMI Connections 6 (in) 2 (out)
Audio Upsampling Analog Devices 192 kHz upsampling
Built in Tuner FM (with RDS), AM
Presets 20 per band
No. of Amplifier Channels 7

Two channels driven (Stereo Mode) 2 x 140W into 8 ohms
All channels driven 7 x 120W into 8 ohms

THD at 1kHz 8Ω load 10 watts <0.005%
THD at 20kHz 8Ω load 10 watts <0.05%
THD at preamp outputs <0.009%
Frequency response 10Hz - 50 kHz -0.3dB.
Signal to noise ratio (re 1w output) >90dB
Video Scaler Anchor Bay ABT2020
Audio Decoding Dolby True HD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby
Digital EX, Dolby ProLogic II/IIx/Iiz, DTS
HD, DTS Master Audio, DTS ES
Disctrete/Matrix, DTS Neo6, DTS 24/96,
Autosetup Yes
Room EQ Audyssey 2EQ perfect volume
Lip sync/HDMI AutoLipSync Yes
DTS Speaker Re-Map Yes
RS-232C Yes
IR Emitter Out Yes (3)
DC Trigger Output (DC 12V) Yes (2)
Bi-Amp Drive Capability Yes
W x H x D (mm) 425 x 150 x 420
Weight 16Kg
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Message » 28 Juil 2012 17:14

A priori pas de DSD natif, et pas de mention sur les DAC...

En dehors de çà, il est plutôt alléchant ! Reste à voir le "street price"... Il doit être touchable à 2000 euros je pense.
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