Pass Labs Announces New Integrated Amplifier 
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Tuesday, 10 November 2009

 Pass Labs has announced that their new INT-30A integrated amplifier will be debuting at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. The INT-30A is the second integrated amp to come out of Pass Labs and is the followup to the INT-150. Unlike its predecessor which boasted 150 watts of power, the INT-30A is a Class A amp rated at 30 watts per channel at 8 ohms and 60 watts at 4 ohms.

Pass Labs says that this is intended as a transitional product, bridging the gap between high performance audiophile oriented gear and less expensive, user-friendly products.  Pass’ new INT-30A has a construction and design similar to that of their XA30.5 stereo amplifier, right down to the patented Super Symmetry circuit.  By precisely matching characteristics of the two halves of a balanced amp, Pass claims that distortion and noise are virtually undetectable.

XLR and RCA inputs and outputs are available on the INT-30A, as well as left and right channel speaker connectors.  The simple front panel of the INT-30A sports a volume knob, mute and standby indicators, and four input selection buttons. The Pass Labs INT-30A is available now at a price of $7,150 from authorized dealers.

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