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The Copland Audio CSA 70 is a stereo integrated amplifier that features a selection of analogue and digital inputs. Although we haven’t tested as many of these in 2021 as we did in 2020, it’s still now the type standard for this sort of device and, based on a calm appraisal of the specification, nothing about it stands out as terribly unusual. For all that though, it’s notable in a few ways.
Throughout my time in audio, I’ve often heard people wax poetic about the so-called ‘British’ sound. I think everyone has their own (often contradictory) description of what this term means.
I've been looking at Bergmann turntables at audio shows ever since the launch of the Sindre 10 years ago. (It's named for Sindri, a dwarf in Norse mythology who created a gold ring for the chief god, Odin, who is associated with wisdom, healing, super-expensive cables, and other mostly positive attributes.
The EX-8 Integrated Hub is a high-end contender at a competitive price." With its substantially updated design, the EX-8 2.0 should be even better. So, is it?
Danish audio specialist Copland Audio has announced its more affordable and entry-point CSA70 Integrated Amplifier.
Copenhagen’s audio specialist Copland opens-up a new entry-point to its highly acclaimed integrated amplifier offerings in the freshly-launched CSA70.
The Magne turntable was launched in 2011. To celebrate the 10th Anniversary, Bergmann offer 10 numbered and signed Gold plated Magne units.
The Copland CSA70 provides four digital inputs, three analog inputs, a line-out function, as well a pre-out terminal, front-facing 6.3mm headphone output, and a 70 Watts per channel power amplifier that will surprise users who thought their speakers were power-hungry.
Rogers was founded in the UK in the 1970s by Jim Rogers and, back in the day, was one of the top-three speaker manu- facturers in the UK, not least because the company owned licences to sell speakers designed by the British Broadcasting Corporation, of which the tiny shoebox-sized LS 3/5A is probably the best-known and is certainly the best-selling of the BBC designs.