Amp for Harbeth P3ESR and Cambridge Audio Azur 851N

Hi All,

Please suggest a good amp that provides enough power and midrange for my new Harbeth P3ESR. Music source is usually from Tidal played from Cambridge Audio Azur 851N network streamer.

My speaker is in my living room about 12x15ft.

 I listen mainly to classical music, Jazz and vocal.

Thanks for your advice.


Nothing major. Different wood veneer. WBT-nextgen binding posts, British-made audio grade poly capacitors, and ultra-pure OFC internal wiring. I think any difference in sound would be negligible.
Hi Shaksfan,

I am trying to get the Sudgen A21SE. It is rare in the used market. Very rare. The new one is out of my budget. I have to get the used one. Any idea, which cable is good to pair with them? I need one that is below $500. Again used cable is fine. I just don't have the budget to get too high end stuff. This is never ending....
I’m using WyWires for the speakers, but haven’t tried others. Yes, the A21se is a rare bird on the used market. I found mine by posting a wanted ad on a different audio website. Good luck. 
Hi All,
Anyone tried the following combination. Would like to make my decision today. I am in Dallas and that makes it so difficult to audition any of this option.

Option 1:
Harbeth P3ESR
All-in-one: Naim Uniti Atom (New unit @ $3200)

Option 2:
Harbeth P3ESR
Source: Cambridge Audio CXN V2 (new unit $850) or Azur 851N ( used unit $1,250)
Amplifier: Sugden A21SE Signature (stall demo unit, $2650)

- Which option do you think is better from audio perspective? Any of you have tried either of this options?
- Option 2 is about $600 more with a lot of used components. But seems Sugden is well regarded by many as the best SS integrated amplifier in this cost range. Is this worth the extra spent in your opinion?

I am going to put this in a small living room. And I listen to a lot of slow rock, classical music and R&B vocal and Jazz.