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Lowest price € 879.00 (2017-09-30)

Price registered within the last 12 months

Product information

Product weight
5.1 kg
Number of channels
2 pc
RMS power, 8 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
50 W
RMS power, 4 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
75 W
Available colours
Black
Designed for rack mounting (1U=44mm)
No

General

Amplifier class
AB
Designed for rack mounting (1U=44mm)
No
THX
No

Connectors

Analogue RCA input (s)
2 pc
Analogue RCA output (s)
Balanced input(s) (analogue)
Balanced output(s) (analogue)
Euro Block in
Euro Block out
Headphone output
No
Speaker connectors (type)
Speakon out
Tele plug 6.3mm input
Tele plug 6.3mm output (not headphones)

Design

Available colours
Black

Dimensions

Dimensions (WxHxD)
Depth
314 mm
Height
87 mm
Width
207 mm
Product weight
5.1 kg

Features

Features
Expandable, Volume control / Gain

Audio features

Bridgeable
No
Number of channels
2 pc
RMS power, 2ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
RMS power, 4 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
75 W
RMS power, 6 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
RMS power, 8 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
50 W

Power supply

Operational Power Consumption (min-max)
Power consumption (standby)
Separate power connector (mains)
Large power inlet connector (e.g. IEC C13/C17)

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Reviews

4.2 of 5 stars

Based on 2 reviews

ksx
2016-05-11
In combination with Naim DAC V1 delivers far beyond my high expectations.
Mille2000
2016-02-08
The smallest output stage I had ... And the only safe 10-15 different I tested that can really deliver. It is a completely senseless control the power that comes out of this small (but oh so heavy) gadget! This will then place in a normal deep bookcase. Fantastic well built. Sturdy rubber feet that make it impossible to dislodge. The finish on the metal surface is matte and really stylish. It shines as usual discreet from Naim logo on the front. If you have the chance to listen to this little rascal so do not miss. Changed my DM683 to a brand new speaker. This combined with Naim Unitiqute that contributes a lot to a completely senseless detail I never heard from my system before. Is really shocked. The only thing I miss is a 12v trigger. Naim themselves consider that they think it should be turned on even when not in use. Do not quite understand the reasoning, but it depends on how much power it draws when it is off. Henceforth, it will be just Naim!