HIGH END SIMPLICITY, PLAY IT AGAIN SAM
Audionet, the German HiFi brand that in recent times has risen to the top, redefining high-end audio, has announced its release of the SAM 20 SE Limited Edition integrated amplifier.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the SAM, the SAM 20 SE features many upgrades as the product has evolved over two decades.
These upgrades include new MOSFET power transistors with extremely low series resistance for a higher and more
detailed fidelity in transient response, and a new potent and acutely fast power supply.
All of the SAM 20 SE's internal wiring has been further optimised with all signal cables made of silver and gold, which Audionet says "provides the highest resolution and finest details".'
Rounding out the internal upgrades, an inbuilt phono preamplifier includes new integrated Opamps with extraordinarily low-noise and fast FET inputs, along with optimised mica capacitors throughout.
Outside, a new engraved front panel completes the look of the SAM 20 SE, while it also now features a redesigned back panel. The SAM 20 SE also comes with a dedicated metal remote control.
Inputs include five pairs of RCA/Unbalanced, and one pair XLR/Balanced.
There's also a 6.3 mm jack for headphone listening.
The Audionet SAM 20 SE has a rated output of 110 Watt (8Ω) and 200 Watt (4Ω).
If you've been looking for the ultimate in high-end audio but simplicity is a priority, put the Audionet SAM 20 Special Edition on your audition wish list.
The Audionet SAM 20 SE Limited Edition is available now for $11,500 RRP.
For more information visit Audionet.
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