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With regard to getting bluetooth or streaming audio:
Using CD as the "standard" for audio quality in terms of bitrate (I'm ignoring higher bandwidth files like FLACs for the moment):
If CDs are uncompressed, high quality streaming audio is compressed a little (think like high-bitrate MP3s), bluetooth with AptX more, "regular" bluetooth even more.
Think of AirPlay like "wifi bluetooth", giving much higher bitrates along the lines of quality MP3s.
I don't recall the bitrates off the top of my head, but the difference in sound quality between each is noticeable for most people if listening closely, but most have to listen very hard to hear the difference between CD and "high quality" MP3/internet streaming.
In short, get one of the streamers and attach it to the CXA61 on a different input than your turntable, and while the streamers I mentioned have bluetooth, the sound quality will be improved if you use AirPlay or their apps to stream audio.
The PR5 has it's own DAC the advertise as high-quality, but would use amp on the CXA61. The WBA31 can either send optical out to the CXA61, using both the DAC and amp, or use its DAC and can send analog out to only use the amp on the CXA61.
There are "high-end" internet streamers costing hundreds to thousands of dollars, but the music they send is still the same bitrate streams these inexpensive ones send. Don't spend more unless there's higher quality music.
Originally Posted by anna89
Thank you! I tried to find how but didn't manage.. Thank you for the tip - I'll post in that forum!
To your question.. hm, would that mean then that I wouldn't need an amp with integrated bluetooth? If I could get better sound quality, that of course would be preferable.