I’m sorry but I don’t have that answer for you.
Cambridge CXN V2
Thank you for answering. Let me try to explain better: the whole question is if the Qobuz application inside CXNV2 allows offline playback.
I am considering to buy a CXNV2. I read that Qobuz is integrated in StreamMagic App. But I would like to be able to import (download) high res music from Qobuz to listen off line. Since CXNV2 has no internal storage drive, my question is:
BTW going from separates for over 50 years to an integrated amplifier makes the back of my gear look quite nice. Prior to the integrated amplifier it looked like a road map of Washington DC-
Also my last two set ups were class D /-a lot less heat and to my shock the Two Class D setups were very pleasing acoustically. I’m impressed with the Peachtree!
I switched to optical for the CXNV2 since I only have one coax input and have that to my CD player which has an analog and digital output. The CD layer is a 1995 Calif Audio Labs Icon Mark II. I fig that the Peachtree Nova 150 has a newer DAC
than the CD player- who knows?
my auditory memory is not that good to compare the two and remember!
The Cambridge CXNV2 is a dream to use-
using Qobuz for the main!
Having Class D amp is great especially living in Florida since it’s essentially heat free. Not my first Class D- used a PS Audio up till a week ago and before that a bunch of A/AB by Primaluna, McIntosh, Boulder, Quad , Dynaco and Belles!
Trouble in paradise..
I had to return the streamer.
‘The Chromecast app was acting finicky, and today it stopped working altogether. Despite many attempts at reinstalling, I gave up. I’m returning it to Amazon and ordered a new one, arriving Friday.
‘Hopefully this is not an endemic problem with the Cambridge streamer.
‘Without Chromecast, you can’t access hi res files on the unit.