Cambridge Audio adds AXN10 and MXN10 network players

Cambridge Audio has added two new network players, the AXN10 and MXN10, to its range. The limited edition AXN10 features the latest StreamMagic Gen 4 module and software, and joins the company’s entry-level AX Series of separates, adding a dedicated music streaming option alongside the AX series’ integrated amplifier, CD player and tuner models.

The AXN10 offers wi-fi and Bluetooth connectivity, Ethernet and USB (mass storage) input, plus unbalanced RCA line out and digital coaxial and optical outputs. It features an ESS Sabre ES9033Q DAC chipset and additionally offers UPnP, Local USB media, Internet Radio, Chromecast, Spotify connect, Tidal, Qobuz and is Roon Ready. It accepts PCM up to 32-bit/768kHz and up to DSD512 files, while Bluetooth is V5.0 (A2DP/AVRCP supporting SBC and AAC) plus there’s Airplay 2 compatibility. All wrapped up in a traditional full-width chassis, it measures: 430 x 75 x 305mm (WxHxD) and is priced at £550.

The MXN10 offers exactly the same features and functionality, but in a more compact half-width form, which the company says makes it: “a discreet and easy way to add streaming to any music system – including bringing vintage kit bang up to date”. With its smaller 215 x 52 x 191mm dimensions (WxHxD), it costs £450.

Available to buy now, you can find out more about Cambridge Audio's new streamers here .

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