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* 2.5W pc into 16ohm, pure Class A and 2 gain selections* More refined circuitry design = better mid and mid high range while improved dynamics
The Soloist SL MKII is a concentrated version of our award-winning Soloist. Its circuitry is identical to the Soloist but at At 5.5in x 3in x 8in it takes less room on your desktop. The power output is a robust 2.5Wpc into 16 ohms and drives most if not all headphones to their full potential. Coupled with a 2-level gain switch the Soloist SL offers infinite flexibility.
Burson’s oversize transformers and power supplies deliver pure class-A peak driving power, a muscular 2Wpc into 16 ohms. To achieve the same specification most conventional designs settle for a 12 watt transformer. Burson understands the difference between burst and sustained power so you’ll find a custom 25VA transformer ensuring the Soloist SL is capable of a sustained 2.5 watts at all times.
The Soloist power supply is built around a custom noise-filtering network employing twice as many filtering stages as most conventional designs resulting in superior noise rejection. That’s why the Soloist SL delivers such clean and stable power with beautiful music emerging from a pitch-black background.
The entire CNC-machined and polished aluminium enclosure functions an super-efficient heatsink. Find out why Burson customers call it “The Vault”.
Input impedance: 36.5 KOhmsFrequency response: ± 1 dB 0 – 50KhzSignal to noise ratio: >96dBTHD: <0.03% at 30ohm with 1W ouputChannel separation: >73dBOutput power: 2.5W at 16 OhmsInput impedance: >8K Ohm @ 30 Ohm, 1WOutput impedance: Power dissipation: >20W, internal, regulated power supplyInputs2 x gold plated RCA (line level input)
1 x headphone jacks 6.35mm
1 x Soloist SL Headphone amp1 x Power cable1 x RCA pair input cable1 x User Manual (including 24 months warranty registration information)
Weight: app. 2.5 kgColour: silver anodized aluminiumDimensions: 140 mm x 80 mm x 210 mm
This is an excellent amp with the LCD3. It is very slightly on the warm side of neutral and closely allies in sound profile to my main pre amp, the Dynavector L300. despite its 1 watt rating it delivers quite enough power and retains tight control throughout with sweet treble, good and realistic mid range and defined bass slam. Highly recommended.
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