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Big box, little box... Cambridge Audio introduces two new music streaming solutions

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An MXN10 on a shelf between a row of vinyl records and an older Cambridge amplifier, with a music poster behind them

Music-loving British brand Cambridge Audio has launched the AXN10 and MXN10, two new network players that bring fresh pricing and form-factor options to its renowned StreamMagic line-up. 

From internet radio to music streaming services to your own digital music collection, the new dedicated players serve them up in style, with simple control via the StreamMagic app. 

The full-size, limited edition AXN10 joins Cambridge Audio’s introductory level AX Series of hi-fi separates, adding a dedicated music streaming option alongside the AX series’ popular integrated amplifier, CD player and tuner models. 

The MXN10 offers the same features and functionality in a more compact form factor, making it a discreet and easy way to add streaming to any music system – including bringing vintage kit bang up to date. 

Both players offer incredible performance for the money, benefiting from Cambridge Audio’s significant ongoing investment in streaming technology R&D, which has generated multiple award-winning products including the CXN V2 network player and Evo all-in-one systems. 

"At Cambridge Audio we believe in offering our listeners choice; it’s essential to offer diverse routes to the music you love. We’re delighted to expand the StreamMagic family to even more listeners worldwide,” says Cambridge Audio CEO, Stuart George. 

The Cambridge Audio AXN10 will be available with a suggested retail price of £549/$599/€599. The MXN10 will be available with a suggested retail price of £449/$499/€499. Both will be available from March at and Cambridge Audio’s extensive retail network.

Product and lifestyle images here: MXN10 and AXN10