Integrated Stereo Amplifier
Remote & manual included, Made in Japan
The Integrated Amplifier which
investigated operativity pursuing pure sound quality by a large-sized toroidal
transformer, adoption of the new structure SLDC, etc.
The toroidal transformer is adopted as a power-source part.
Unlike the conventional transformer, a toroidal transformer is what wound the coil around the doughnut-like ring core, and has the characteristic excellent in fields, such as a stable supply of current, and prevention of the leakage flux and vibration.
In order to suppress the mutual intervention of each circuit, new structure S.L.D.C. (Signal Level Divided Construction) is adopted.
By dividing the treatment of a signal into the microcomputer block handling Loule Bell Brock, a high-level block, and a digital signal, the electric mutual intervention during each block is suppressed.
By adoption of low impedance volume, the impedance of the volume control circuit was lowered and the S/N ratio in a general listening level and aggravation of the frequency response are prevented.
The equalizer amplifier corresponding to all of the MC/MM cartridge is carried by switchover control.
It is possible to bypass control circuits, such as Bass, Treble, Balance, and Loudness, by carrying the sauce direct switch and turning ON.
The linkage side of AC outlet is interlocked with remote power on/off.
The system remote control which can respond to CD player of DENON, a cassette deck, and a tuner is attached.
Moreover, it is also possible to remove the sound from a speaker with the muting switch of a remote control main part.