New A-R360 delivers 2x50W, has remote control, tone bypass and even a microphone input

New from TEAC is the £200 A-R360 stereo amplifier, said to offer 'exceptional value, plenty of power and a well specified selection of features, giving the user outstanding flexibility in use.'

The new model has seven inputs – four line-level, a moving magnet phono in and two tape loops – plus a microphone input with its own level control on the front panel.

It delivers 2x50W, has two sets of speaker outputs, and tone and balance controls with a source direct bypass switch.

The amplifier comes complete with a TEAC 'UR' system remote handset, which can also control other separates in the company's range, and is available now.

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