Posted on 12th February, 2018


Germany's Vincent Audio who recently moved distribution from Audio Active to Fundamental Audio in Australia has announced the MK version of its SV-227 Integrated Amplifier.

The USB input of the previously released SV-227 has been replaced by an optical and coaxial inputs that can process both signals up to 24-bit/192 kHz. Vincent Audio says the change was “due to popular demand.”

What does remain the same is Vincent's hybrid amplifier circuit which is based on a valve preamp with three 12AX7 tubes - two for the stereo signal path and one for the headphone amplifier. The solid state power amplifier section delivers 2 x 100 watts into 8 ohms.

The SV-227MK features four analog RCA high-level inputs. Two pairs of speakers can be connected and used at the same time.

Finally, there's also a preamplifier output for those who would like to use another power amplifier.

The 20kg SV-227MK is available in silver or black and will sell locally for $2,199 RRP. According to Fundamental Audio, stock is expected around mid-year.

For more information visit Vincent Audio.


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Tags: vincent audio  fundamental audio