The new amplifier costs £479 and has Bluetooth aptX on board for wireless streaming, billed as a "key feature". It can also support high-res, 24-bit/192kHz audio files thanks to its coaxial SPDIF input.
USB 24/96kHz and optical complete the line-up of three digital inputs, while three analogue inputs are also available. The device's three outputs include direct analogue, SUB and front panel headphone.
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Under its cover, the Class AB power amplification section has an output of 2 x 30W (8ohms) and 2 x 60 (4ohms), while its power supply can deliver 200W continuous and 260W peak power.
The MyAmp's other features include a 24-bit ESS Sabre Hyperstream digital-to-analogue converter, a built-in headphone amplifier with independent volume control and a subwoofer filtered to 400Hz.
Built from ABS plastic to ensure there's "no influence" on the circuitry, the MyAmp measures 140 x 140 x 75mm and weighs in at 1kg to suit a variety of systems. It's available in black or white finishes.
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