Cambridge Audio have designed the CXR200 from the ground up to be the heart of your digital set-up, so it contains the same state-of-the-art StreamMagic music streaming module found in their CXN network music player. From basic compressed MP3 formats to 24-bit/192kHz studio master quality FLAC and WAV files, either wired, from USB hard drives, or via Wi-Fi, the CXR200 plays them all.
Add a BT100 Bluetooth receiver and it will pair with any compatible device, allowing playback in superb quality thanks to aptX technology. The CXR200 streams from the web, is compatible with Spotify Connect and gives access to thousands of internet radio stations. There's even support for Direct Stream Digital (DSD), allowing you to play back Super Audio CDs from your universal player. Complementing the audio output, its visual performance is second to none.
The eight HDMI input sockets cater for all your visual feeds and two of them support MHL, one on the front and on the back, making it simple to watch phone content on your big screen. And with two HDMI outputs, you can connect a projector as well as your TV, or you can use the CXR200's Zone 2 functionality to send independent audio and video signals to a second room.
The heart of the CXR200 is its low flux audiophile-grade toroidal transformer. Discrete class AB amplifiers deliver extremely low noise and distortion while the output of 200 watts in stereo mode or 120 watts with all seven channels driven, provides more than enough power for even the most demanding speakers. Add a free iOS/Android app for control of network music playback and you have an exceptional hi-fi amplifier that will reveal previously undiscovered layers to your music.