Exposure has updated their two top model integrated amplifiers, both the new 2010S2 D and 3010S2 D are now in their fourth incarnation of these highly regarded integrated amps.
Like its predecessor, the new 3010S2-D comes with six line level inputs. However, one of these is now a direct AV input to enable integration within a surround sound system. Thanks to the all new preamplifier stage there is now also the possibility to fit an optional MM or MC phonostage, or a plug-in DAC board. The latter is capable of up to 192/24 bit PCM and DSD 64, and comes with two inputs: USB and BNC, with auto-switching between them. A preamp output allows for tagging-on of a separate power amplifier, in case you want to bi-amp your system. Speaker terminals are doubled to allow bi-wiring.
Special high-quality capacitors are used in the signal path, and the circuit topology has been mapped with a view to keeping signal and power supply paths short. Cascode circuitry is used for improved power supply immunity. The new power supply adds extra stages of regulation for improved performance.
The preamplifier now sports a brand new circuit board with all discrete components rather than integrated circuits, while the power amp features a fast bipolar transistor output stage for dynamic and vivid performance. A new power supply adds extra stages of regulation for improved performance.
Both the front and back panels are graced with clear ergonomics and simplicity in features, with a well laid-out and comprehensive remote control completing the package.
The 2010S2 D also features a new preamplifier stage with a direct AV input to enable integration within a surround sound system. The chassis has been upgraded with improved all-aluminium casework and extruded front panel to control resonance and stray electro-magnetic fields.
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