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Our best ever universal player gets the very most from video and audio discs, digital files and streaming thanks to a high quality Marvel QDEO video processor, selectable digital filters and Anagram Q5 192 kHz upsampling technology, to upsample all audio to 24- bit/192kHz output. No matter what format you have your video and audio in, the Azur 752BD universal player will bring it to life in your living room.

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Disc typesBlu-ray (BD) including BD-3D, DVD, DVD-A, AVCHD, SACD, CD, HDCD
Kodak Picture CD, CD-R/RW, DVD+-R/RW, DVD+-R DL, BD-R/RE
Video outputs2 x HDMI 1.4a with ARC, 1 x composite diagnostic video
Audio outputs7.1 multichannel analogue RCA/Phono output, 1 x S/PDIF, 1 x TosLink
Dedicated 2 channel stereo analogue RCA/Phono output
HDMI inputs2 x 1.4a (one with MHL compatibility via the front panel)
Audio inputs1 x S/PDIF, 1 x TosLink
Custom installation connections1 x RS232, 1 x IR emitter input
DACs5 x Wolfson WM8740 24bit DACs
DecoderMediatek MTK8580
Audio upsamplerAnalog Devices ADSP-21261 32 bit SHARC(R) DSP running Anagram Technologies (TM)
Q5 upsampling to 24-bit/192kHz (All 10 channels)
Video scalerMarvell DE2750 QDEO Video Scaler (on primary output)
External storage3 x USB 2.0
NetworkEthernet: 100BASE-T, Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n via supplied dongle
THD+N @ 1kHz< 0.001%
THD+N 20Hz-20kHz< 0.003%
IMD 19/20KHz< 0.0002%
S/N Ratio< -108dB
Crosstalk @ 1kHz< -100dB
Total Correlated Jitter< 50pS
Max. power consumption35W
Standby power consumption<0.5W
Dimensions (WxHxD)430 x 85 x 312mm (16.9 x 3.3 x 12.3″)
Weight5.0Kg (11.0lbs)


The Azur 752BD is a great-looking player from every angle. The front panel is constructed from a thick piece of aluminum, and the complementing case features a nice design touch with Cambridge Audio’s logo molded into the top panel. Everything about the construction speaks to a high-end design, and nothing feels cheap. I loved the laser-etched logos on the front panel, a feature rarely seen on components at this price. The Azur 752BD features a USB- and MHL (mobile high definition link)-compatible HDMI input on the front panel. MHL allows you to hook up portable electronics like some of the latest cell phones and streaming sticks and delivers video and audio to the player. The Azur 752BD also features Cambridge Audio‚Äôs signature filter switch that toggles the custom digital filter modes. This has been a trademark of Cambridge Audio’s Blu-ray and CD players for some years now, and I’ll talk more about these later. Read More