- POWER OUTPUT: 35 Watts (into 8 Ohms)
- THD (UNWEIGHTED): <0.01% @ 1kHz, 80% of rated power, <0.15% 20Hz - 20kHz, 80% of rated power
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE (-3DB): 5Hz - 50kHz
- S/N RATIO (REF 1W): >82dB (unweighted)
- INPUT IMPEDANCES: 47k ohms
- POWER AMP DAMPING FACTOR: > 50
- MAX. POWER CONSUMPTION: 260W
- BASS/TREBLE CONTROLS: Shelving, ultimate boost/cut +/- 10dB @ 100Hz and 10kHz
- STANDBY POWER CONSUMPTION: <0.5W
- INPUTS: 4x RCA, 1x Phono, 1 x 3.5mm Aux input (front panel)
- OUTPUTS: Speakers, Rec Out, USB 5V power
- DIMENSIONS (HxWxD): 83 x 430 x 335mm (3.3 x 16.9 x 13.2”)
- WEIGHT: 5.6kg (12.3lbs)
What's in the Box
What’s in the Box:
- AXA35 Integrated Amp
- Remote Control
Customer Reviews for Cambridge Audio AXA35 Integrated Amplifier with Built In Phono Stage (Silver)
Vs. the NAD: the Cambridge has more soul, more dynamics, better everything. The NAD is very detailed, but that's it. Compared to the AXA35, the NAD is lifeless.
vs. the AXA85: I tried out the 85 as well because it has a subwoofer output and other features. Sadly, it seems that there is some sound compromise being made to offer more power and better features for only $50 more. The mid- to low-range frequencies seem oddly suppressed through the 85. The highs are crisp--almost too much so on my system. I didn't notice any advantage in power. I'm keeping the 35 and using high-level lines to feed my sub.
"Tested" with: Q Acoustics 3020 speakers, music source = RPi 4 HATed with Allo BOSS DAC.
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