Word on the remote, You can purchase/use the Cyrus IR14 remote, news on the grapevine is that Cyrus are also developing a compact credit card style remote for those who don't wish to use the IR14, but no release date has been givenThat Bluetooth only remote (or is there an option to get standard one) is definitely a minus.
Hah- when shooting this one, I thought "ooh, why don't I try an internal shot?" Suffice to say that although I've a significant selection of keys, screwdrivers and torx here, Cyrus really, really doesn't want that top coming off.
Yes i feel the price is too high. I have the Sprout 100 in for testing at the moment and it costs only 600 pounds. Maybe i'll ask the Cyrus to compare...The arcam sa10 i had in last month is 700 pounds... But maybe it is better then both...The price is at the top of the review - £999 - or are you saying you know the price and it's too much?
Pricing seems about inline with what you'd expect from a boutique manufacturer.
A long time ago, back when the BBC was showing 'Nationwide', there was a report on an Amstrad 'stereo' where they opened it up to show that it was actually mono with quite literally a toilet roll tube delivering the sound to two speakers!
Not at all!Apologies is I came over as being 'clever'.
Does that make any kind of sense? If it’s class D why not a switching supply?Found a pic of the internals for those who are interested:-
So it's a beefy conventional linear power supply with Class D output stage.