The most powerful amplifier in the AX range offers a massive 100 watts per channel, a dedicated subwoofer speaker output for improving bass and two sets of speaker outputs. It also features analogue inputs, digital inputs, a phono stage, an FM/AM receiver with RDS and a 3.5mm input. In addition, the built-in bluetooth receiver allows you stream your favourite music from your smartphone, tablet or PC.
AX SERIESStep up to Hi-Fi
The AX Series pairs high quality with outstanding value for money and is the perfect way for the Hi-Fi curious to build their first stacking separates system.
Taking design cues from our award-winning Edge and CX ranges, we designed the AX components to be a straightforward introduction to Great British Sound. It will change the way you appreciate music forever.
Your journey starts here.
Hi-fi separates offer lots of system flexibility. You can mix and match what's in your stack as and when you want to. Splitting out each specific job into separate units also gives better end results, as each component can concertrate exclusively on performing a single task to the best of its ability.
So, which of these units do you need in your fi-fi system? An amplifier is the driving force of any system. It's where the sound is crafted. The other essential is a set of speakers - The Cambridge Audio SX60s are perfect match for AX Series amplifiers. You'll also need a source such as a CD player, a computer or a turntable but that's down to how you consume music.
PLAYING DIGITAL MUSIC FILES
Do you already have a collection of digital music files you want to play? The AXR100 has three digital inputs for directly connecting a digital source. Alternatively, one of our DacMagic products can handle the digital to analogue conversion process whilst adding extra depth, detail and quality to your tracks.
Don’t forget, you’re going to need cables to connect everything up! You’ll need interconnects to connect your separates together and speaker cable for your speakers. Once you start adding units to your basket we’ll recommend which cables you’ll need for each separate.
The last pieces of the puzzle are of course the speakers, and you don’t need to invest in huge hefty ones for serious room filling sound. We have a range of bookshelf sized speakers to get your hi-fi going without compromising on quality.
|POWER OUTPUT||100 watts (into 8Ω)|
|THD (UNWEIGHTED)||<0.01% @ 1kHz, 80% of rated power <0.15% 20Hz - 20kHz, 80% of rated power|
|FREQUENCY RESPONSE (-1DB)||5Hz - 50kHz|
|S/N RATIO (REF 1W)||>82dB (unweighted)|
|INPUT IMPEDANCES||47k ohms|
|POWER AMP DAMPING FACTOR||>50|
|STANDBY POWER CONSUMPTION||<0.5W|
|MAX. POWER CONSUMPTION||550W|
|BASS/TREBLE CONTROLS||Shelving, ultimate boost/cut +/- 10dB @ 100Hz and 20kHz|
|SUBWOOFER OUTPUT||200Hz 2nd order L+R Level follows volume setting|
|DIGITAL INPUTS||PCM 16-24-bit S/P DIF Co-axial 32-192kHz TOSlink Optical 32-192kHz|
|DIMENSIONS||110 x 430 x 340mm (4.3 x 16.9 x 13.4”)|
|BLUETOOTH||5.0 A2DP/AVRCP supporting SBC|
|TUNER BANDS||European AM (522-1629kHz) FM (87.5-108MHz) / US AM (530-1710kHz) FM (87.5-108MHz)|
|AERIAL INPUTS||FM 75 ohms, Coaxial. AM 300 ohms wire loop/ single wire|
|SIGNAL TO NOISE (TUNER)||60dB typical (FM)|
|DISTORTION (TUNER)||<0.4% @ 1kHz 50kHz deviation (FM mono) <0.6% @ 1kHz 50kHz deviation (FM stereo)|