TruAudio’s Digital Destination
With its future-focused vision that stems from steeped experience and an expansive knowledge base, TruAudio has created a new dynamic digital amplifier, the A75 Amplifier.
Light, compact and with low power consumption, digital amplifiers are used in DACs, car radio, portable devices, DACs and of course audio amplifiers. Which is the target genre for TruAudio’s A75. Priced at $3095 RRP, the A75 is distinguished from say, digital amp icon Devialet, by its multi-channel capability.
Whilst Devialet hones in on stereo and mono models for the more traditional HiFi application, the A75 has 12 channels each capable of 75 watts, and 6 zones, perfect for integrator or multi-room audio installation. This power output jumps to 150 watts when the A75 is bridged to another A75.
Frequency range is said to be 20Hz to 40kHz (+/- 3dB8Ohms). Distortion is 1% measured at 1kHz/75w 8ohm while channel separation is 65dB/1kHz 8ohm.
TruAudio says it has built a ground lift switch into each A75 to solve any ground looping issues.
Connections include a single local and two global inputs. The A75 also supports up to six zones giving it plenty of versatility.
With the ability to rackmount the amplifier, it also sports a smaller and cleaner 2U chassis than previous TruAudio amplifiers
The A75 is sleek and compact and looks rather nice powered up with its metallic buttons exuding soothing blue hues.
The TruAudio A75 Multi Channel Amplifier is available now.
TruAudio is distributed by Advance Audio.
One of the veterans of the Australian HiFi industry, if there's a speaker he's likely heard it or owned it at some point in his career. Peter was formerly the audio-video editor of the Herald Sun for over two decades.
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