Arcam

Arcam first began building sound reproduction equipment in 1972, while its founders were still science and engineering students at Cambridge University. The company's products were originally branded "A & R Cambridge Ltd". The "A & R" standing for "Amplification & Recording" reflecting the founders interests in these subjects.

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Arcam is Big Winner at the SVI Trade Awards

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Arcam is Big Winner at the SVI Trade Awards

Sound Vision Install just announced the winners of the SVI Awards, the prestigious prizes by and for members of the audiovideo industry. This year, Arcam distinguished itself in the most extraordinary way by winning the most prizes. Here is the list of awards that Arcam won: Three Gold Medals – Best Blu-ray Player: Arcam BDP-100 […]

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The rCube by Arcam

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

The rCube by Arcam

Arcam introduces the rCube, a portable docking station for iPod that delivers outstanding sound quality. The rCube is a unique, expensive and highly sophisticated product, which perfectly combines quality and portability, two concepts that unfortunately do not always go well together. A rechargeable battery powers the rCube, providing from six to seven hours of playing […]

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Refine MP3 Quality

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Refine MP3 Quality

The audio quality of music files is often disappointing. It is the same for music produced with Internet radio. A little tiny box, designed by Arcam, allows the audio quality of these files to be greatly improved. Here is the Solo rDAC. With the growing popularity of Internet radio and the widespread use of portable […]

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