British hi-fi company Cambridge Audio has unveiled its Evo series of all-in-one systems, aiming to combine stylish aesthetics, streaming smarts and “incredible” audio in one compact package.
In some ways, Cambridge Audio’s Evo has been 50 years in the making. Distilling expertise gained from half-a-century of being in the hi-fi business, the Evo 150 (£2,249 / €2,499 / $3,000) and Evo 75 (£1,799 / €1,999 / $2,250) are all-in-one systems that just need a pair of speakers to get going.
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