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  • Stereo amplifier TEAC A-R630
  • Stereo amplifier TEAC A-R630
  • Stereo amplifier TEAC A-R630

Description stereo amplifier, TEAC A-R630

Integrated amplifier TEAC A-R630 is made in the nostalgic design also has a very rich functional equipment. The device is built according to the classical scheme, has tone controls for bass and treble, stereoblonde, turning off the loudness.

TEAC A-R630 equipped with four inputs for line signal sources, the input for the pickup of the turntable, as well as inputs/outputs for two recorders. An interesting feature of this device is the presence of a microphone input on the front panel, complete with its own level control. There is also amplifier possible to connect stereo headphones.

Screw the amplifier has outputs for two pairs of speakers, which you can toggle using the button on the front panel. Also the TEAC A-R630 equipped with a switched outlet for supplying mains voltage to another device with a small capacity, and input and output external control system. The volume control apparatus is equipped with an electric drive, which is usually the case for models of higher class. TEAC A-R630 equipped with a full featured remote control that can also be used with CD players company.

The amplifier develops an output power of 60 watts per channel when you connect 8 Ohm speakers and 90 watts when working into 4-Ohm loads. Due to large power supply and output stages vysokotelym amplifier is able to cope with quite complex AC limited sensitivity. Printed circuit Board TEAC A-R630 optimized with an objective of minimizing the length of the chains of transmission of the audio signal, thus reducing crosstalk. To ensure reliable operation of the apparatus is provided with efficient cooling system of the internal circuits.

Thanks to flexible configuration, the sound character and broad switching capabilities TEAC A-R630 is able to be a good basis for an inexpensive stereo system for beginner audiophile. The device has convenient operation, good appearance and elaborate design that will provide reliable operation for a long time.

Features stereo amplifier, TEAC A-R630

Built-in MM Phono stage
Outputs for two pairs of speakers
Microphone input with level control on the front panel

Features stereo amplifier, TEAC A-R630

Output power2 x 60 watts (8 Ohms), 2 x 90 watts (4 Ohm)
THD0,02% (1 kHz, 8 Ohms, 60 watts)
The signal-to-noiseline inputs: 90 dB input MM-Phono stage: 65 dB
Frequency range5 Hz – 80000 Hz (mode, Source Direct, 1W)
Frequency range (equalizer)20 Hz – 20,000 Hz (± 1 dB RIAA)
Input sensitivity/impedanceline input: 180 mV/47 kOhms, Phono equalizer: 2,8 mV/47 kOhm
Output sensitivity/impedance150 mV/3.3 K ohms
Inputs4 RCA line, 2 RCA to monitor recording, MM-Phono stage, adjustable 6.3 mm Jack microphone input
Outputs6.3 mm Jack for headphones 2 RCA for recording
Othergrounding terminal, a power socket, two sockets of the system bus Remote Control
VoicesTreble: ± 10dB (10kHz), bass: ± 10 dB (100 Hz)
Power consumption200W, standby: 0.5 W
Remote controlUR-431
The speaker4 pairs high quality binding posts
Allowable speaker impedance4-16 Ohm
Dimensions (WxHxD)435 x 142 x 355 mm
Weight8.1 kg

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