The Cambridge Audio Alva TT Turntable gives you the best of both the old and new worlds by mixing vinyl with Bluetooth. The turntable uses Bluetooth aptX HD to connect with your audio gear, freeing it from having to be hard connected to a hi-fi rack.
With Alva, you can connect to any Bluetooth receiver. And the sound will stand authentic thanks to the 24bit/48kHz Hi-Res streaming speeds.
Of course, if you want to keep things old school, you can still use Alva’s integrated phono stage for physical connections. The phono stage uses the same preamplifiers that Cambridge used in the Alva Solo and the Alva Duo, which reduces unwanted noise.
The cartridge for the turntable comes preinstalled. There’s also a dust cover to help protect your record collection while it’s playing.
Alva TT uses a medium-torque direct drive system to prevent belt stretch, thus preserving the sound quality for years without having to replace any parts. Direct drives also reduce wow and flutter—Alva TT has an incredible 0.06 per cent in both. The weight of the platter, which is made of polyoxymethylene (POM), also contributes to the sound quality by providing better speed stability during play. Finally, the single-piece tone-arm keeps on track, preventing skipping and scratching.
With the Cambridge Alva TT, you’ll get the best of both worlds—old school sound and new school connectivity.