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429 Lisburn Road, Belfast BT9 7EY Tel: +44 (0)2890 381296, From ROI 04890 381296
Open: 10:00am - 5:00pm - Monday to Friday, Saturday by appointment only

Call in for a mosey round, tap us for good advice, and have a listen to great sounds

Every 'normal' integrated amplifier has a pre and power amplifier inside


The PRE stage takes a tiny delicate input from the sources, cd, streamer, turntable, radio, etc and switches it to the outputs

This has to be done without losing any of that tiny signal of course, and it also has to do the first amplification and volume stage


The POWER section takes the output from the PRE and does the heavy lifting to bring it up to the correct voltage to drive the loudspeakers

At a certain performance level keeping these two distinct parts separate gives better performance


Many preamplifiers now come with streamers built in. This makes sense from both a technical and a cost basis and has also sparked debates about digital vs analgue voliume controls.

If you're system is mostly streaming then the latest technologies to do the volume in the digital domain really pays dividends.

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