This new amplifier
forms part of the next generation EVOLUTION 50 range of products. Housed in a
slim case with engraved front panel and solid
Amplificatore stereo 110W. Ingresso Bilanciato. Uscita Pre. Display OLED. Uscita Cuffie. Remote.
To maintain a family resemblance with the lower powered amplifier, the EVOLUTION 100A is housed in a similar slim case with engraved front panel and solid metal control knobs as the EVOLUTION 50A. It is available with either a Black or Silver brushed aluminium front panel and uses the same ingenious soft push button design as the EVOLUTION 50 series, offering excellent tactile feel and backlit optical indication of functions, for optimum user-friendliness The front panel features a large OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display. The white on black display provides higher clarity and resolution than a normal display and has a wide range of customised graphic symbols. Display brightness levels can be changed or turned-off, if not required, via the menu system. In addition to greatly increased performance, thanks to ingenious new circuit design, the EVOLUTION 100A has been equipped with 2 sets of high quality loudspeaker binding posts, with local and remote switching for A & B outputs. Optional extras include the ability to plug the Sequel mk2 Phono pre-amp inside and add the AMBIT FM/AM radio or RUBY DAC/Bluetooth/FM radio module to the expansion slot on the rear panel. At the heart of any high-end amplifier there must be a good power supply; The EVOLUTION 100A uses a massive 360 Watt, low profile, toroidal mains transformer, with multiple windings for high and low voltages and current, to separate the power amp, pre-amp and digital circuitry. Creek’s long-standing design policy of parallelingseveral small capacitors in the power supply creates an ultra-high specification capacitor, with low inductance and ultra low impedance. This significantly improves filtering and helps produce a very powerful and accurate sound from such a relatively small amplifier. After testing several methods of building a high performance and highefficiency power amplifier, suitable for this new model, David Gamble – Creek Audio’s Senior Engineer – created a unique Class G circuit especially for the EVOLUTION 100A. David chose to use four Sanken STD03 complimentary power Darlington transistors per channel, as used in the EVOLUTION 50A, which feature built-in thermalcompensation. Compared to the EVOLUTION 50A, he improved the performance of the voltage gain circuitry, which, in combination with the output stage, now achieves extremely high open-loop gain and exceptionally low distortion, without sacrificing stability. The result is an exceptional power amplifier circuit with very low output impedance and high output current capability. This combination provides exceptional speed and control suitable for driving most loudspeakers. To increase the power output of the smaller EVOLUTION 50A, yet still retain the same case size, David Gamble developed a cunning Class G circuit which runs normally at a lower voltage for power levels up to 25 Watts into 8 Ohms. When required to produce more than 25 Watts, the amp automatically swings to a higher secondary voltage, to increase the output power capability to over 100 Watts into 8 Ohms. Statistically, average audio signals are mostly below half the maximum voltage swing available, which incidentally is only one quarter of the power. As the dissipation of lossy ‘idle current’ in a Class A/B amp (in the form of heat) is much lower for a 25 Watt amp than the potential 100 Watts in the EVOLUTION 100A, this solution dramatically improves the amplifier’s thermal efficiency and helps to keep it slim and attractive The Pre-amp circuit provides high levels of flexibility and control, via unbalanced or balanced inputs. It has multiple input options, switched either electronically or by gold contact relays. It also has a State-of-the-Art electronic Volume, Balance and Tone controls. Volume control and op-amp circuit outputs are all buffered with constant current sources, to provide improved load tolerance and stable distortion characteristics.Correct grounding is difficult, if not impossible, in an un-balanced amplifier, so Creek has provided the consumer with a balanced line input for both the pre-amp and power amp input. The matching EVOLUTION 50CD also has a balanced output capability. In addition, the optional RUBY DAC module also benefits from having a dedicated balanced audio connection to the EVOLUTION 100A’s pre-amp, via its flat foil cable, to avoid potential ground loops inside the amplifier. It is a modern listening trend for headphones to now be fed from low voltage sources, such as smart-phones and portable music storage devices. This required the development of low impedance headphones, to draw the required current to make them loud enough to satisfy the consumer. This trend has also necessitated a re-think of circuitry used in modern Hi-Fi amplifiers, to drive such low impedance headphones, together with the traditional medium to high impedance versions also. Creek Audio has taken the unusual step of driving the headphone output socket of their EVOLUTION amplifiers from a dedicated low impedance source. Instead of the headphone output being sourced from the power amplifier, the headphone output is derived from a dedicated amplifier, with only a few Ohms in series for protection against short circuits. This dedicated HP amp is now located on the pre-amplifier circuit board. Excellent overall measured and sonic performance has been achieved with this analogue integrated amp, but when used together with the matching EVOLUTION 50CD, the analogue pre-amp can be bypassed completely, to allow the volume to be controlled in the digital domain. Connecting the output directly to the “Power amp AV direct” inputs elevates the performance to an even higher level, by reducing noise and distortion associated with active pre-amplification. Creek Audio no longer makes a separate FM Tuner, but die-hard analogue tuner fans can continue to enjoy this valuable format by using the top-quality AMBIT plug-in tuner module, which augments the EVOLUTION 50A and 100A’s capabilities. The AMBIT or RUBY modules are mounted on the back panel ‘Smart-Slot’, replacing Line Input 5. When the AMBIT is fitted, it automatically turns the amp into a Receiver, configurable for use in any region of the world. The OLED display shows all the tuner’s functions and it’s controlled by the left hand buttons and control knobs, as well as remote control. Coming soon, the RUBY plug-in DAC module also replaces Line Input 5. It features 2 x 24/192 SPDIF, 2 x TOSLINK digital inputs, 24/96 USB, Bluetooth and FM radio inputs, in addition to the existing 4 analogue line inputs. For vinyl fans, the EVOLUTION 100A can also be configured for Vinyl Disc input, using Line input 1. A SEQUEL 2 (40, 48 or 54) module can be plugged into a dedicated connector on the pre-amp PCB. It doesn’t restrict the use of either the AMBIT or RUBY modules. Sequel 2 comes in three versions – 40dB MM, 48dB MC and 54dB MC. To simplify the many options a stylish system remote handset controls all the functions of the EVOLUTION 50 and 100 series. An optional IR extender to enable the products to be hidden away, but still operable via remote control. The EVOLUTION 100A is the most sophisticated and reasonably priced amplifier Creek has ever made. It provides stunning audio performance and is capable of out-performing other makes of amplifiers costing many times the price. Power Output >110 Watts into 8 Ohms Power Output >170 Watts into 4 Ohms Continuous Current >8.5 Amps (sine wave) Max Current +/- 26 Amps, current burst into 0.5 Ohms Output Impedance <0.05 Ohms – 20Hz to 20KHz THD < 0.002% SNR >102dB – Line Input Frequency Response10Hz – 100KHz +/- 2dB Line Gain33.3dB (x46) via power amp input Input Sensitivity 410mV Crosstalk-80dB at 1Khz DC Offest < +/-10mV Pre-amp Inputs 5x RCA unbalanced – 1x Balanced XLR Power-amp Inputs Input 3 & 4via RCA or XLR Optional Tuner AMBIT FM/AM plug-in module Optional DAC RUBY DAC – USB,SPDIF,Toslink, Bluetooth & FM Tuner Outputs 2 Pairs Headphone output Dedicated low impedance amp (<50 Ohms) IR Bus Powered output for IR repeater Operating Voltages 110V/230V Switchable Consumption (at idle) <20 Watts (no standby) Consumption (at full power) 500 Watts Weight 9Kgs Dimensions 430x60x280mm W/H/D
Who needs a power amp? Well, you do, if you use a digital or analogue pre-amplifier like the EVOLUTION 50CD or 100CD, with built-in volume control. It is also possible you already own an integrated amplifier like the EVOLUTION 50A and wish to bi-amp your system to power difficult loudspeaker loads. This new 55W (into 8 Ohms) power amplifier forms part of the new generation EVOLUTION 50 range of products. Housed in a slim case with engraved front panel and solid control knobs, it’s finished with either a black or silver brushed aluminium front panel. SUGGESTED SYSTEM sounds good with The Evolution 50P will work very well in the following system. Please note the speakers quoted may need to be different depending on the size of room your system is to be used in. Source: Evolution 50CD – USB DAC & CD player Speakers: Epos K1 – Epos K2 – Epos K3 The EVOLUTION 50P uses a massive 200 Watt toroidal mains transformer with separate windings for high and low current analogue and control circuitry. This solution produces a good power to weight ratio and low magnetic interference. Creek’s design policy of connecting several small low impedance capacitors in parallel creates an ultra-high specification capacitor to smooth the DC and helps to produce a very powerful and accurate sound from such a relatively small amplifier. This power amplifier has a similar high-end, bi-polar transistor, class A/B power amplifier circuit, to the highly rated EVOLUTION 50A, also developed by David Gamble. It achieves very high open-loop gain and low distortion for a smooth and powerful sound. Featuring a pair of Sanken 15Amp power transistors, with built-in thermal compensation for rapid bias tracking performance, the EVOLUTION 50P Power Amplifier circuit has very low output impedance and is also able to deliver high output current. This combination will provide exceptional speed and control over most loudspeakers. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION detailed technical information POWER OUTPUT >55 Watts into 8 Ohms POWER OUTPUT >85 Watts into 4 Ohms CONTINUOUS CURRENT >8.5 Amps (sine wave) MAX CURRENT +/- 26 Amps, current burst into 0.5 Ohms OUTPUT IMPEDANCE <0.1 Ohms @ 1KHz THD < 0.005% 20Hz – 20KHz SNR >102dB FREQUENCY RESPONSE 10Hz – 100KHz +/- 2dB Line GAIN 33.3dB (x46) INPUT SENSITIVITY 410mV INPUT IMPEDANCE 47k Ohms unbalanced, 30k Ohms balanced CROSSTALK -80dB at 1Khz DC OFFEST < +/-10mV SLEW RATE >30 V per uS INPUTS RCA unbalanced – XLR balanced OUTPUTS 1 Pair of high quality binding posts OPERATING VOLTAGES 110V/230V Switchable CONSUMPTION (AT IDLE) <20 Watts (no standby) CONSUMPTION (AT FULL POWER) 350 Watts WEIGHT 7.5Kgs DIMENSIONS 430x60x280mm W/H/D
Who needs a power amp? Well, you do, if you use a digital or analogue pre-amplifier like the EVOLUTION 50CD or 100CD, with built-in volume control. It is also possible you already own an integrated amplifier like the EVOLUTION 100A and wish to bi-amp your system to power difficult loudspeaker loads. This new 115W (into 8 Ohms) power amplifier forms part of the new generation EVOLUTION 100 range of products. Housed in a slim case with engraved front panel and solid control knobs, it’s finished with either a black or silver brushed aluminium front panel. SUGGESTED SYSTEM sounds good with The Evolution 100P will work very well in the following system. Please note the speakers quoted may need to be different depending on the size of room your system is to be used in. Source: Evolution 100CD – USB DAC & CD player Speakers: Epos K1 – Epos K2 – Epos K3 The EVOLUTION 100P uses a massive 350 Watt toroidal mains transformer with separate windings for high and low current analogue and control circuitry. This solution produces a good power to weight ratio and low magnetic interference. Creek’s design policy of connecting several small low impedance capacitors in parallel creates an ultra-high specification capacitor to smooth the DC and helps to produce a very powerful and accurate sound from such a relatively small amplifier. This power amplifier has a similar high-end, bi-polar transistor, Class-G power amplifier circuit, to the highly rated EVOLUTION 100A, also developed by David Gamble. It achieves very high open-loop gain and low distortion for a smooth and powerful sound. Featuring a pair of Sanken 15Amp power transistors, with built-in thermal compensation for rapid bias tracking performance. The EVOLUTION 100P Power Amplifier circuit has very low output impedance and is also able to deliver high output current. This combination will provide exceptional speed and control over most loudspeakers.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION detailed technical information POWER OUTPUT >110 Watts into 8 Ohms POWER OUTPUT >170 Watts into 4 Ohms CONTINUOUS CURRENT >8.5 Amps (sine wave) MAX CURRENT > 26 Amps, current burst into 0.5 Ohms OUTPUT IMPEDANCE <0.05 Ohms @ 1KHz THD < 0.002% 20Hz – 20KHz SNR >102dB FREQUENCY RESPONSE 10Hz – 100KHz +/- 2dB Line GAIN 33.3dB (x46) INPUT SENSITIVITY 650mV INPUT IMPEDANCE 47k Ohms unbalanced, 30k Ohms balanced CROSSTALK -80dB at 1Khz DC OFFEST < +/-10mV SLEW RATE >30 V per uS INPUTS RCA unbalanced – XLR balanced OUTPUTS 2 Pairs of high quality binding posts OPERATING VOLTAGES 110V/230V Switchable CONSUMPTION (AT IDLE) <20 Watts (no standby) CONSUMPTION (AT FULL POWER) 500 Watts WEIGHT 9Kgs DIMENSIONS 430x60x280mm W/H/D
CD-player. Conversione HD 24/192. DAC con 4 Ingressi digitali 24/96. 1 ingresso USB. Display OLED. Remote.
The EVOLUTION 50CD DAC and CD Player is part of a new generation of Creek products, designed for digital connectivity and uncompromised flexibility. Cosmetically the EVOLUTION 50CD is similar to the EVOLUTION 50A integrated amplifier; its slim case and luxurious front panel is finished in either black or silver brushed aluminium and deeply engraved. Also like the matching amp, the EVOLUTION 50CD uses a custom soft push button arrangement that offers excellent tactile feel. Each button is backlit with a white LED to clearly display usable functions, for optimum user-friendliness.This is the second Creek product to feature an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display. This white on black display provides higher clarity and resolution than a normal display. Display and button brightness levels can be adjusted or blanked, via the remote handset. Demand for Digital to Analogue Converters (DACs) has increased proportionally to the demise of dedicated CD Players. To fully realise the potential sonic benefits of streaming music files from a computer, asynchronous USB support is vital. The USB circuit is modular to allow for future upgrades, as the technology is constantly evolving. The EVOLUTION 50CD is principally a high-end DAC, with built-in CD transport and is not purely a CD Player. It can handle a total of six digital sources, including CD, and it has two digital outputs, plus a Creek RC bus. In keeping with the matching integrated amplifier, both balanced and un-balanced analogue outputs are offered for maximum flexibility. Balanced outputs allow for long interconnects. Creek’s Senior Engineer, David Gamble, was responsible for the overall design and development of the EVOLUTION 50CD, together with Dominik Peklo who consulted on the digital architecture and development of the unique new CD transport and software stack. In keeping with earlier Creek products, the EVOLUTION 50CD uses an over-specified toroidal mains transformer, with separate windings for analogue and digital circuitry and low magnetic field for excellent noise rejection. Multiple low-impedance power supply capacitors and voltage regulators are used to optimise the performance. Organic polymer capacitors are used in key analogue and digital circuitry, plus high grade WIMA polypropylene capacitors are used in the output filters.This is the first Creek digital product to feature two top-of-the-range Wolfson 24 Bit 192 kHz DAC ICs, running in double differential mode, to extract the maximum possible performance. The EVOLUTION 50CD uses custom, low jitter, clocks for top performance at all sample rates. A plethora of inputs and outputs make the EVOLUTION 50CD one of the most well equipped and seriously high-end DAC products on the market, despite its competitive price. The EVO system remote handset controls all the functions of the EVOLUTION 50 range, including the Amp, CD/DAC, Ambit Tuner and Ruby DAC. The EVOLUTION 50 range also has an optional IR extender to enable the products to be hidden away, but still operable via remote control Technical Specification detailed technical information Digital Inputs 2 x SPDIF, 24 Bit 192 kHz, transformer isolated 2 x Toslink, 24 Bit 192 kHz, optically isolated 1 x USB, 24 Bit 96 kHz, galvanically isolated No additional software drivers are needed. CD Transport Custom designed, ICE quality, CD slot-loader, externally clocked for bit perfect performance SNR > 110dBA unbalanced Digital output 1 x SPDIF and 1 x Toslink optical output, pass-on all input signals Digital filters Optional digital filters are selectable via the remote Analogue output 2 x RCA un-balanced, 2.0V RMS. 2 x XLR balanced output, 4.0V RMS Audio buffering Op-amp audio buffering and filtering Output impedance 47 Ohms Power supply 25 Watt toroidal mains transformer with 3 separate secondary voltage windings, with multi-cap power supply decoupling and multiple ultra-low noise discrete power supply voltage regulators. RC Bus Input/output connection for external IR remote and serial link to Evolution 50A. DAC type 2 x Wolfson WM8742, 24 Bit 192 kHz, double differential. Input receiver WM8805, multichannel digital input receiver. Operating Voltages 100 – 120V/ 200 – 240V, Switchable Power Consumption20 Watts (at idle) Weight5.5kg Dimensions W/H/D 430 x 60 x 280mm Finishes Silver or black engraved front panels
Amplificatore per cuffie con impedenza da 30 a 300 ohm. Riceve il segnale line-level come potrebbe essere un CD player collegato direttamente, ma anche un ampli o preampli senza uscita cuffia. E' dotato di alimentatore separato OBH Uni.
The OBH-11 is a miniature audio amplifier, designed specifically to drive a single pair of low to medium impedance (30 Ohm -300 Ohm) headphones from a line level source. The OBH-11 is compatible with any source at line level. For example: an average output level CD player can be connected directly to the input of the OBH-11, just as it could also be used in conjunction with a stand-alone pre-amplifier or integrated amplifier which doesn't have a headphone output. Creek has re-engineered the casework of the old OBH 11, so the front panel is now much thicker and has rounded corners, new style graphics and the metal logo found on the more expensive Creek products. It is ONLY available in black and is an addition to Creek’s range of popular headphone amplifiers. OBH Uni Power Supply The OBH-Uni is a 15 Watt high-efficiency multi-region power supply adaptor that replaces the OBH-1 and OBH-2. Creek has designed this to simplify the requirements for OBH products used in all countries. It is supplied with a selection of snap-on power plugs and since it is capable of working from a range of mains voltages from 100 – 240V’s, we are confident it will make life a lot easier for everyone. We have compared the performance with that of the OBH-2 and feel that it is a good replacement. Furthermore, since it no longer works at mains frequencies (50-60Hz) it will not interfere with high gain circuits like the Phono amplifiers and it also does not draw current when connected to the mains but not being used. We are pleased to say that it complies with the new and up-coming regulations that demand power supply Technical Specifications Output Power > 10 mW into 30 ohm / 300 ohm loads Headphone Impedance 30 ohm to 300 ohm Total Harmonic Distortion < 0.01% at 1 kHz Signal To Noise Ratio > 70 dB Power Consumption < 4 VA Power Supply Requirement 24V DC 150mA (Uni-OBH) Weight 360g Size W/H/D 130 x 100 x 65mm
Amplificatore per cuffie High Quality. Uscite per due cuffie 8 - 600 Ω. Uscita pre-amp out.
Creek Audio has been making headphone amplifiers since 1993 and therefore understands what is needed to make them sound good. The OBH-21 mk2 is the latest in the long history, being small and very stylish. Designed to complement the Creek full sized range, it has an impressive solid aluminium front panel with either a silver or black finish. Its housed in a custom black metal case is fitted with turned metal disc feet and sound absorbing cushioned feet The OBH-21mk2 is essentially a very high quality miniature integrated amplifier, designed specifically to drive two pairs of low impedance headphones simultaneously from a line level source, such as a CD player, DAC, or amplifier without headphone output. It can even drive demanding 8 Ohm headphone if called upon to do so. Unusually, it is also designed to act as a single input high quality pre-amplifier, if required. Its output level is controlled by an ‘audiophile quality’ ALPS 27mm Blue Velvet volume control on the front panel and by user adjustable gain setting switches on the bottom of the case. The OBH-21mk2 has three pairs of stereo RCA sockets on the rear panel for Line level input, looped Line level output, and a variable pre-amp output, whose gain can be set, independently from the headphone gain for the greatest flexibility. OBH Uni Power Supply Adaptor The OBH-Uni is a multi-region, 24V, 0.5A power supply adaptor. Creek originally developed this power adaptor to simplify the requirements for selling OBH products in all countries. However, extensive listening tests and comparisons proved that this high efficiency regulated power adaptor can also extract the best performance from all of Creek’s OBH products. This includes the latest OBH-15mk2 Phono Pre-amp, which has high-gain and is therefore more demanding of its power supply’s purity. It is supplied with three different snap-on power-plugs suitable for Europe, UK and USA. The snap-on head on the latest version of OBH-Uni uses a 2 pin, figure 8 connector, so it’s possible to use a 2 pin figure 8 extension power cord, with alternative mains plugs on the end. It provides a stable output from any input mains voltage range from 100 – 240V.international regulations make it unacceptable to use conventional linear power adapters because, if they are left permanently switched-on, their standby power will definitely exceed the 0.5W limit. The latest OBH-Uni draws less than 0.5W when idle, or plugged-in but not used. It is also silent in operation, from zero to maximum current consumption Output Power > 100mW / 8 Ohms > 160mW / 16 Ohms > 200mW / 33 Ohms > 210mW / 68 Ohms Headphone Impedance 8 to 1k Ohm Output Impedance 1 Ohms Input Impedance > 7 k Ohms Frequency Response 10 Hz to 50 kHz THD Headphone Out < 0.002% from 20 Hz to 20 kHz at 0.5V into 68 Ohms SNR Headphone Out 116dBA ref 1V, 107dBA at 12.5dB gain THD Pre-Amp Out < 0.0006% from 20 Hz to 20 kHz Crosstalk Line Out > -80dB, 10Hz – 20 kHz Line out Crosstalk Headphone Out > -60dB headphone output – 33 Ohm Gain Settings 0dB, 6dB, 10dB and 12.5dB Power Consuption < 6 Watts at max power < 0.5 Watts standby Power Supply 24V DC 12 Watts max Size W/H/D 95mm x 60mm x 180mm 7″ x 3.75″ x 2.25 inches Weight 630 grams 22 ounces
Phono MM/MC 40 - 70dBregolabile.
Preamplificatore phono MM & MC. I due canali sono costruiti su due circuiti stampati separati. Ogni canale ha la sua alimentazione, posta esternamente. Ingresso ed uscita RCA. Ingresso bilanciato. Si possono settare diversi parametri (carico e guadagno) per testine diverse e memorizzarli su una memoria interna richiamando i parametri dal frontale. Capacitanza di ingresso regolabile tra 100pF, 440pF, 1.1nF, 1.4nF. Resistenza di ingresso regolabile tra 91R, 100R, 1k, 33k, 47k. L'alimentatore esterno ha due trasformatori toroidali.
Creek Audio has a long history of making fine sounding Phono pre-amplifiers. Dating back to the company's first product, the 4040 manufactured in 1982, and more recently the fine sounding OBH range of stand-alone Phono pre-amps, Creek has always applied extra attention to this part of an amplifier's circuitry to obtain the best performance and price. The complexity and accuracy of previous Creek in-built and external Phono pre-amplifiers has always been balanced to suit the total cost of the product and to match the grade of performance versus price.Creek's first step towards a no-compromise Phono Pre-amplifier was introduced in 2006 when it produced the Destiny Phono Card. This plug-in circuit was exclusive to the Creek Destiny integrated amplifier and was limited to running from the amplifier's own power supply. Its performance proved exemplary, due to the new circuit design, which utilised very high performance Op-Amps and Balanced SSM2019 integrated amplifiers, with extremely accurate passive components to achieve accurate RIAA EQ. To make it work within the limited confines of an integrated amplifier, it squeezed both left and right channels onto a small 4 layer PCB, using surface mount technology.The success of the Destiny plug-in Phono board led to the development of the Wyndsor Phono Pre-amplifier, as a no compromise stand-alone product. It is built into the same stylish case as the Wyndsor LP1 Speed Controller, which is used to power Creek's high-end turntable.In order to provide the best performance, left and right channels are built on separate PCB's. Each channel has dedicated power supply regulation to completely isolate it from the other channel. Unbalanced input and outputs are connected via high grade gold plated RCA sockets. Balanced input is possible via dedicated 3 pin mini DIN sockets. Tone arms and some cartridges can be wired specially in balance configuration and soldered to the DIN plugs provided with this product.Technical Specification Gain 5 steps in dBs 40, 45, 53, 61, 70 Distortion 0.001% Unbalanced and balanced input RCA and mini DIN sockets Frequency response 0.5Hz - 100kHz (+/-0.5dB) IEC roll-off (7950us) -3dB @ 20Hz -6dB @10 Hz Noise -76dB Separation -76dB DC offset +/-0.1V Input capacitance 100pF, 440pF, 1.1nF, 1.4nF Input resistance 91R, 100R, 1k, 33k, 47k Output voltage 10V maximum Power supply 2 toroidal mains transformers and low noise regulators Size Pre-amp main body = 192mm x 62mm x 195mm WxHxD (Height including feet, depth including the control knob.) Power supply = 112mm x 63mm x 210mm. Weight Pre-amp = 1.4kg - Power supply = 1.4kg
RUBY / Ruby Digital Module / Modulo DAC 24/192 con 4 ingressi SPDIF, USB, ricevitore Bluetooth e radio FM All-In- One. Su Richiesta. € 589,00
Creek Audio has always been a fan of the vinyl disc. For those consumers who have an interest in enjoying this alternative source of high quality music, there are few amplifiers available today equipped to deal with this as standard. All Creek integrated amplifiers, from 1993 have been designed to accept plug-in Phono modules, to enable vinyl disc reproduction.The latest Creek plug-in Phono pre-amp is called Sequel mk3. It is designed to match a wide-range of MM and MC cartridges and can be fitted to the latest integrated amps from Creek, namely the Evolution 50A, Evolution 100A. It can also be fitted to older Creek amps. Please read a definitive list below.The module must be fitted inside the amp, in a slot that will change the Auxiliary Line input into a Phono input, so either the supplying dealer, or the user, must fit the Phono pre-amp before it can be used.The new generation Sequel mk3 circuitry has been developed to simplify the user experience and provide flexibility to match various types of cartridge in one module. Not only can it be switched for 40dB or 50dB gain, the user can select 100pF or 200pF input capacitance and IEC low frequency roll-off, with a simple piano key switch on the PCB. The EVOLUTION amp’s display will automatically show Phono, when the amp is fitted with the Plug-in module and selected for that input.Exact matching of cartridge gain is not necessary, as the amplifier’s pre-amp volume control can always be used to increase or decrease the sensitivity. The main issue is to avoid input overload.The Sequel Phono modules can also be used to enable vinyl input on current and older Creek amplifiers including the following:Destiny 2 integrated amplifier, Evolution 2 integrated amplifier, Evolution 5350 integrated amplifier,Classic 5350SE Integrated amp, 5350SE, 5350R and 5350 Integrated amps, 5250, 5250R and 5250SE integrated amps, 4330 and 4330SE Integrated amps, but not mk2 versions, 4240 and 4240SE Integrated amps.P42, A50i, A50iR, 4330mk2 and 4330SE mk2 can only use the single supply EVOLUTION MM and MC Phono, which is now out of production. Creek and its distributors still have some stocks available.Please note: The Sequel Phono pre-amp cannot be fitted to the original Destiny 1 integrated amp, because its connections to the pre-amp were unique. The Destiny 1 had a dedicated Phono pre-amp made specifically for it onlyTECHNICAL SPECIFICATION detailed technical information INPUT IMPEDANCE: 47k Ohms GAIN: 40 dB (x100) suitable for 2.5 to 5.0mV output range GAIN: 50 dB (x316) suitable for 0.9 to 2.5mV output range FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 10 Hz to 20 kHz +/- 0.5 dB OPTIONAL LOW FREQUENCY: EQ: RIAA (flat) or IEC: 7950 µs (20 Hz roll-off) INPUT CAPACITANCE: 100pF or 200pF, optional SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO: 80 dB at 40dB or >70dB at 50dB gain OVERLOAD MARGIN: 15 dB, limited by pre-amp input overload TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: <0.005%
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