Exposure’s 3510 Integrated Amplifier Borrows Flagship Power Amp Tech
British hi-fi brand, Exposure, announces its replacement for the 3010S2D that borrows tech from the upper-tier 5010 series.
Exposure's 3510 integrated amplifier is said to be capable of delivering 110W per channel (into 8 ohms) and boasts being fitted with “trickle-down technology” from the firm's top-of-the-range 5010 series.
Beneath the 3510's all aluminium casework, its power amplification section apparently draws on Exposure's flagship 5010 monoblocks to “deliver enhanced linearity and lower distortion at high power output”.
Meanwhile, the pre-amp section features all discrete transistors in the gain stage with a hybrid power supply circuit. This, we are told, should ensure very low noise on the supply rails to the gain stage. Furthermore, input switching and volume tracking of the PCB are optimised for less crosstalk, says Exposure. The results here are a quoted total harmonic distortion of <0.03% at rated output, ref. 1kHz and >100dB, ref. rated output signal to noise ratio.
You get six line inputs, with the option of fitting a moving coil or moving magnet phono stage, or a plug-in DAC. You can also bi-wire and bi-amp the 3510 thanks to its separate preamplifier output. Fancy keeping the tunes to yourself? Well, there's also a headphone output too!
Finally, even AV fans are catered for as the 3510 offers a choice of fixed or variable gain, enabling it to be equally suited for two-channel or home cinema use.
The Exposure 3510 integrated amplifier is available now in a choice of titanium or black, priced at $4,299 RRP.
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