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SOLD ELSEWHERE: Vincent 20th anniversary SP-20 - tube hybrid power amplifier

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Item Condition: Used - excellent condition
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.
Suburb or Town: Mulgrave/Traralgon
State: VIC
Payment Method: Cash, EFT
Reason for selling: Too many amplifier

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For sale a powerful hybrid tube and solid state amplifier made by Vincent in Germany.

20th anniversary edition based on their best selling SP-331 MK hybrid amp. Hybrid amplifiers give you some of the warmth of tubes plus the power of a solid state amp, while at a lower price than comparable all-tube amps. Two 6N16 tubes working in differential push-pull mode form the input stage. The more powerful 6A6J tube transmits the signal to the transistor output stage. 12 FET transistors amplify the signal. The signal amplifying is supported by 8 electrolytic capacitors with respectively 10,000 yF. These dimensions deliver enough power if necessary, and it is possible to operate even critical loudspeakers adequately. The selectable red, blue, green, or white front panel illumination is a nice touch. Not bright or flashy, just right.

Only 125 of these were ever produced for the worldwide market to celebrate their 20th Anniversary, so something of a collectors item.


Specs : Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz ±0.5 dB

Output Power: 2 x 150 W RMS/8 Ohm 2 x 250 W RMS/4 Ohm

Harmonic distortion: <0.1% (1kHz, 1 Watt)

Input sensitivity: 1.35V Signal-to-noise Ratio:>91 dB

Input impedance:47 kOhm

Inputs: 2 x RCA (stereo)

Outputs: 4 x 2 loudspeaker terminals (A & B Speaker choice)

Weight: (27.5 kg) Dimensions (W x H x D):16.93" x 7.68" x 17.13" (430 x 195 x 435 mm)

Tubes: 2 x 6N16,1 x 6J6A

Tubes has been replaced one year ago, low hours.  Plus extra tubes for tube rolling.

Pickup Available Mulgrave, vic (weekdays), Traralgon, vic( weekends)


Thanks for reading.




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