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Cambridge Audio Unveils Upgraded Network Streamer

Cambridge Audio is unveiling its new network streamer, the CXN (V2), the upgraded version of the CXN.

The company says has a faster and more powerful processor.

This network stream has MPEG-DASH and HLS compatibility enabling internet radio streams. Listeners are able to play nearly anything they want through the company’s Stream Magic platform. Users can play a track played over UPnP, USB or Spotify Connect.

The CXN (V2) has audio upscaled to a hi-res 24bit/384kHz format using polynomial curve fitting interpolation. Cambridge Audio says its engineers spent hours tuning the CXN (V2) by ear.

Its specs are as follows. It is priced at $1,699.

Cambridge Audio is distributed by Synergy in Australia.

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