"…The 2010S (integrated amplifier) is a powerful, straight-talking amp that trades in some of the refinement and insight of the class leaders for a sizeable dose of fun. If you just want to sit back and enjoy music, give it a whirl." – What Hi-Fi
The 2010S Integrated Amplifier features a high-capacity, 200VA custom-made toroidal power transformer and power supply capacitors as well as improved all-aluminum casework and extruded front panel to control resonance and stray electro-magnetic fields. High quality capacitors used in the signal path. There is a uniquely tuned short signal and power supply path PCB. Cascode circuitry is utilized for improved power supply immunity. Sanken bipolar output transistors are used for dynamic and performance. There is separate pre-amp output with Class A buffer stage. The 2010S is Fbi-wiring compatible. Power output is 75 watts per channel into 8 ohms. Comes with remote control.
Power Output: 75 Watts per channel RMS 8 ohms
Input Sensitivity: 250mV
Input Impedance: >14K ohms, line input
Pre-amplifier Output: gain + 18dB
Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20 KHz ± 0.5dB
Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.05% at 1KHz, rated power
Channel Separation: 20Hz-20KHz, >60dB
Mains Supply: 110/120V or 220/240V, 50/60Hz (factory set)
Max Power Consumption: 200VA (both channels driven, 8 Ohm load)
Dimensions: (H x W x D): 90mm x 440mm x 310mm
Net Weight (unpacked): 15.4 lbs.
Gross Weight (packed): 19.8 lbs.
(5.00 Stars) 2 person(s) rated this product.
Excellent Music From This Amp! posted on 12/09/2008
|Coming from a highly modified Counterpoint pre-amp/amp combination, I have been quite impressed with this little wonder. Having grown tired of the expensive search for ultra-quiet tubes to make the Counterpoints sing as they were designed, I sought an affordable solid-state alternative.
I found this little gem.
The equal of the Counterpoints in imaging, the Exposure has an overall sound, which, while not quite as extended, is equally musical. Nice, warm mid-range coupled with excellent bass control for an amp of this output level. Treble is quite nice, and the available phono pre-amp card is actually quieter than my Counterpoint phono section, with an equally warm, musical sound to match the line section.
A first rate amp which does show slightly more open sound when bi-amped (I am currently using a Parasound amp in this configuration); I can only imagine the quality with the Exposure amp in this mode.
An excellent, if understated choice for an integrated amp. Highly recommended
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