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    Width
    430 mm
    RMS power, 8 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
    150 W
    Features
    DLNA certified, Display
    Built-in D/A converter
    Yes
    USB
    Yes

    General

    Amplifier class
    AB
    Built-in D/A converter
    Yes
    D/A audio

    Connectors

    Analogue RCA stereo inputs
    1 pair
    Analogue RCA stereo outputs
    1 pair
    Composite input
    0 pc
    Digital coaxial input (S/PDIF)
    1 pc
    Digital optical input (S/PDIF)
    3 pc
    Front/side connections
    Headphone output
    1 pc
    Other connectors
    Balanced input (analogue) XLR, Analogue RCA (main input), Analogue RCA (HT/processor-in), Ethernet (Network/RJ-45)
    Phono input
    No
    Pre output (full range)
    No
    Pre-output (subwoofer)
    No
    Speaker connectors
    2 pair
    Speaker connectors (type)
    Screw / banana
    USB
    Yes
    Number of USB connectors
    1 pc

    Decoders

    Supported audio files

    Design

    Available colours
    Black

    Dimensions

    Dimensions (WxHxD)
    Depth
    410 mm
    Height
    120 mm
    Width
    430 mm
    Weight
    19 kg

    Features

    Features
    DLNA certified, Display

    Compatibility

    Radio receiver
    No
    Streaming standards
    AirPlay

    Storage

    Optical drive
    No

    Audio features

    RMS power, 2ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
    RMS power, 4 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
    250 W
    RMS power, 6 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
    RMS power, 8 ohm, 20Hz-20kHz (all)
    150 W

    Power supply

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

    Miscellaneous

    Release year
    2014
    Remote control
    Yes
    Remote control app for mobile / tablet

    Links

Reviews

    4.5 of 5 stars

    Based on 13 reviews

    Bogge
    2017-01-03
    Had this for a while now and think it is really good. Very quiet background and an airy sound that feels very accurately without being hard or boring. Compared with my Musical Fidelity (takes an A308 and an M6si) so lacking in Hegel H160 bit driving, dynamics and explosiveness. But Hegeln feels stronger on other parameters, more of a balanced finlirare instead of maximum mangle as Musical Fidelity delivers. Matter of taste what you like best and it will probably be difficult to distinguish from that if I ever have to. The integrated DAC high level and it is nice to have optical inputs so you can hang on a Chromecast Audio.
    North Power
    2016-12-29
    Good sound for the money
    Winker
    2016-09-06
    Wonderful! + Clean sound great AirPlay Workmanship stylish - Can not be switched off by remote control
    aneki
    2016-06-02
    Enjoyed my Hegel few months now, linked to the Dynaudio Focus 160 and I am very satisfied. What this combination, despite its size can squeeze out a great sound. Run optically to Chromecast Audio and it can not get much easier than that. Wonderful to avoid having to buy separate D / A converter when the built-in measures up well. It was one of the reasons that the choice fell on the H160. The only thing I can point to is that it is not quite easy to switch between the channels via a scroll wheel if you have been very engaged. Easier, I thought it was on my previous NAD had a button per input. Can warmly recommended.
    baconaboo
    2016-05-10
    An edited amplifier with modern character. This amplifier I chose partly for its numerous digital inputs, good built-in DAC and has airplay in itself. A stereo amplifier that can handle a lot of the products a modern stereo rack contains. My speakers are very easy run so they jump up and running very quickly with this powerhouse. This amplifier could push more sluggish powered speakers without problems. It keeps the speakers in a good grip and provides a clear control of the music at all times. The knobs for volume and input provides a distinctive and comfortable feeling, top 3 best knobs I have taken on :) I find this very sentiment is an important detail on one amplifier and one that many manufacturers find it difficult to cope ,,, for some strange reason. The remote is also a beauty in itself. A clear weight makes you get confidence in it. The keys feel precise and gives good feedback. Something you miss is being able to turn off / on the amplifier using the remote control. For my part there is no problem as I know it. For guests who want to start running music is a problem when everyone is accustomed to pressing the Power button. A disadvantage is that there is only one pair of analog inputs. In my previous amplifiers, I always wondered what I will with all analog inputs to, now that they are so, I miss them. This is an amplifier for modern listeners who like digital music, want to be able to stream, to have smooth handling via airplay. This is the only amp I have owned / tried to networking features worked well on, a big plus for that.
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