Primare has announced a new pair of high-end hi-fi components, the I32 amplifier and CD32 CD player, each retailing at £2200.
The stereo pair will be joined by an £850 MM/MC phono stage, the R32, with all three on sale this December.
The Swedish company is renewing its faith in the CD player with the CD32, which incorporates a dedicated CD-transport, twin high-performance Burr-Brown PCM1704 DACs and a DF1706 digital filter.
You'll find XLR and RCA outputs, plus SPDIF and TOS-Link digital outputs, as well as support for MP3 and WMA files from CD or USB.
Available in black or titanium, it's due out this month for £2200. And it will be joined by the I32 integrated amplifier.
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The amp features Primare's UFPD technology, "a new and significant Class D technology" at its heart.
An upgradeable, two x 120 watt amplifier, it uses a proprietary power supply to claim a high power output with very low distortion.
The preamplifier section is isolated from the power supply, with both housed in a heavy alloy steel chassis. You'll find two pairs of balanced XLRs, plus three RCA inputs on the back of the unit.
Interestingly, an upgrade board offering "media/streaming connections like USB, iPod, LAN... streaming of files from Internet, NAS or PCs" is also set to be on offer.
Last but not least from Primare is the MM/MC phono stage, the R32, taking the form of a fully-fledged component as opposed to the smaller phono stage boxes offered previously.
The R32 has one pair of RCA inputs and one pair of RCA outputs, and is available in a black titanium finish for £850.
All three Primare components are due out this month.