Arcam SA10 and CDS50 bundle - £399.00 Trade in available

Amplifier with Digital Inputs and CD player with Streaming
Manufacturer: Arcam
Availability: In stock
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£1,398.00

Save £399.00 when you trade in an old Amplifier, CD Player or Streamer. Celebrate 25 years of Arcam with this trade in promotion. Available now and for the remainder of 2019. Contact a member of Harrow Audio on 0208 930 9933 or sales@harrowaudio.com for details. 

£1398.00 - £399.00 = £999.00!! 

Arcam SA10:

At last! The long awaited replacement to the multi-award winning A19 is here.

The new Arcam SA10 amplifier is an ultra-low distortion type Class A/B amplifier. It has 5x analogue inputs (1x line/MM switchable) and 3x digital inputs (2x SPDIF and 1x optical).

The SA10 is 50wpc into 8 ohms (both channels driven).

The ESS Sabre 9016 DAC is built into this amplifier for optimum low jitter digital performance and opens to possibility of digitally connecting a streamer, TV or other Digital soures. 

The SA10 also comes with a brand new learning backlit infra-red handset and can be now controlled over IP by ARCAM’s IOS app, Musiclife or by RS232.

The perfect partner to the new Arcam CDS50 CD player and Streamer. 

  • Extremely efficient class A/B amplification
  • 50W of power per channel
  • 5 analogue inputs including phono
  • 3 digital inputs
  • 32-bit DAC,Sabre ESS9016K2M
  • Full I/P control
  • Total harmonic distortion + noise = 0.003%

SA10

In any amplifier, the signal path is at the mercy of anything that creates noise within the unit. Thus, we spare no expense in using only the most high-quality components, even if it means the cost of our power supplies overtaking that of everything else.

The result, of course, is worth every penny.

A singer’s sharp intake of breath before hitting the chorus, a guitarist’s fingers sliding against the strings – it’s those seemingly minor details that can bring music to life. Fish out one of your all-time favourite albums and play it through a Bluetooth speaker, and guess what? Its sounds like a Bluetooth speaker. Play it through the SA10, and it’s as close to hearing the artist’s performance as you’re likely to get. There’s always joy in digging out an old recording you haven’t heard in years. With the HDA range, it’ll feel like hearing it for the first time.

 

Arcam CDS50:

Introducing ARCAM’s CDS50, the replacement model for the CDS27 and an all-new audio disc player.

 

The player has single-ended and balanced outputs and also comes with a brand new learning backlit infra-red handset. The CDS50 also has 2x DAC inputs, 1x optical and 1x SPDIF for external digital devices (such as TV or Streaming Boxes)

 

As well as CD and SACD playback, the CDS50 is capable of UPnP streaming and can handle 24-bit/192kHz files. 

 

The product can be controlled over IP and can be controlled by ARCAM’s IOS app, Musiclife or by RS232 control.

 

The perfect partner to the new Arcam SA10 or SA20 Integrated Amplifiers.  

 

  • Plays all disc formats, including SACD, CD-A, CD-R and CD-RW
  • Supports audio file formats including FLAC, WAV, AIFF, OGG, MP3, AAC and WMA
  • USB input
  • Superb 32-bit DAC built in
  • Streaming through the music life app
  • Total harmonic distortion + noise = 0.002%

 

CDS50

 

Our most advanced cd, digital audio and network streaming player yet

 

In a sense, digital audio doesn’t exist. You’d have to be a particularly dull superhero to possess ears that can decode the millions of 1’s and 0’s that make up your CD collection or iTunes library. Whatever the source – be it a laptop, CD player, smartphone, USB stick – the result is just a vibration in your speakers. In other words, it all winds up analogue in the end.

 

Arguably, when playing from a digital format, the most vital component is the DAC, or Digital to Analogue Converter. We’ll spare you the bulk of the science, but this is what translates that otherwise lifeless binary code into audible sound energy. Bit-depth, meanwhile, is a key measure of audio quality.

 

So, if you’re listening to a 24-bit WAV copy of your favourite album through a DAC that only converts to 16-bit, there’s a good chunk of detail going to waste right there. That’s why we’ve included 32-bit DACs on the entire HDA range – the most commonly used bit-depth in digital recording – so you’re guaranteed the full aural picture of whatever the artist intended.

 

 

 

“In order to achieve the highest possible performance from this HDA product, we thoroughly recommend you ask us to calibrate and install this product for you in the comfort of your home”.

 

 

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