Cambridge Audio Azur DacMagic Plus Digital to Analogue Convert, Black
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- Wireless Connectivity
- Twin Wolfson 24-Bit DACs
- AFT2 Upsampling
- Asychronous USB Input
- Doubles as a hard-working digital preamplifier
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Top Customer Reviews
I came across the DacMagic Plus on accident while looking at Musical Fidelity M1DAC A. I felt the DacMagic Plus offered more features for less cash. It seemed like a better alternative than the regular DacMagic although both shared the same Wolfson DACs with balance and unbalance out. The Plus offers a few other options that you may or may not need/want.
Plus vs Regular:
Plus cost roughly $150 USD more. For this you get the following.
Plus upconverts to 384KHz compared to 192KHz (Different digital filter chip). Not sure if you will notice any difference with mediocre gears.
Plus can act as a digital pre-amp stage that can drive headphones or be plug directly into an amp or powered speakers.
Plus is capable to stream from bluetooth device with the optional BT100 adaptor. I have not tried this yet as the BT module is not yet available. I am looking forward to this feature!!! I want to be able to stream from bluetooth capable devices like my laptop and smartphone.
Overall, this outboard DAC showed significantly wider soundstage, bass response, and imaging than the DAC in my Blu-ray player and Denon AVR - it's the real deal.Read more ›
The only cons I can see with this unit is that for setting up some things, like the USB2 for example, you have to refer to the manual for the easy procedures since it is not intuitively obvious from the controls what procedure needs to be followed. That is a very nitpick gripe though. This unit does what it is supposed to do and provides excellent sound quality.
I sent mine back after being disappointed. Its good but not worth $599. Just my opinion, as always but the cost would be good at $349
I only used it connected to an iMac using Grado PS500 headphones (which are AMAZING). I am now testing the DacMagic 100, the cheaper newest model. It has a crisper sound but still a little on the uninvolving side. BUT it is $350, which is about right for this performance. It's no giant killer like the previous dacmagic but it can open up your sound compared to your computer sound card. I'd go with the 100 over the plus just due to the cost.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In a very short time, my DAC Magic Plus crapped out on me. Customer service did ZERO!! They pointed me in the direction of US distributors. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Hank Aberle
I bought this last May 20th from the local distributor of Cambridge Audio to replace the Cambridge Audio DAC 100 that conked out on me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by F. J. G. Roa
A completely amazing DAC paired with a 'meh' headphone amplifier. I use a Sennheiser HD800 (300 ohm) and the headphone amp works well but not great (it stops amplifying past a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nick
The DAC still holds its own against the new competition. I really like the sound from the RCA jacks! The sound from the headphone output is sub-standard. Read morePublished 4 months ago by PACSman
Didnt take long to setup but I did have to download software from there website.Published 6 months ago by Michael Mammosser
Needed a better USB DAC. The digital preamp is very good on this device.Published 6 months ago by Diane G.
What a great DAC unit! If you plan on buying a DAC then you really can't go wrong with this unit. Things to know. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Daron
The product itself is amazing, going from a gaming headset to a truly quality headset and a cambridge dac/amp combo you can't go wrong. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tylan Troxel