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Item: Primare i22 integrated amplifier with optional DAC
Location: Melbourne
Price: $700
Item Condition: G
ood see pics
Reason for selling: Upgraded to an active system.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info:

Bought this off another member a bit over a year ago, used lightly since then. Have driven my Dynaudio speaker’s beautifully.

 

This 80W Primare punches out loud bass effortlessly and for a class D amp it is surprisingly smooth, detailed and quiet. Have loved having it but it is no longer needed as I’ve moved to an active system.

 

It has a very decent on-board DAC that can also to be bypassed. 
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The previous owner had a couple of scratches on the top rear panel, the photos makes it worse as it's hard to notice normally.  I've priced this unit quite low with this in mind.

 

Local pickup preferred but I can also ship on your expense.

 

A few reviews:

http://www.tonepublications.com/review/the-primare-i22-integrated/

http://www.hifichoice.co.uk/news/article/primare-i22-integrated-and-and-cd22-cd-player-pound;1250-ea/8868

 

Specifications:

Output Power 2x80W/8, 2x160W/4

Analogue Inputs 4 pair RCA (L & R)

Optional DAC Board:

1x USB-B input

1x Digital Optical input (1 TOSLINK)

1x Digital Coaxial input (1 RCA jack)

Analogue Record Output 1 pair RCA (L & R)

Pre Out 1 pair RCA (L & R)

Frequency Response 10Hz – 20kHz, -0.5dB

THD + N < 0.05%, 20Hz – 20kHz

Signal to Noise -95dB

Power Consumption Standby: 0.3W; Operate: 19W

Dimensions (wxdxh) 430 x 420 x 106 mm

Net weight 10 kg

Gross weight 12.5 kg

 
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