Stereo Tuner Pre-Amplifier
The fully remote controllable Adcom GTP-506 breaks new ground by including two entirely separate tuner circuits that allow two different users to listen to their favourite stations independently of each other.
The GTP-506 is the perfect control centre for one, two or three zone systems. In combination with it's companion power amplifier, the GFA-5006, the user has tremendous flexibility in operating the system from its remote control in each zone or with in-wall keypads from other manufacturers. The Adcom system not only has enormous control capability, but also has the exceptional sound quality characteristic of all Adcom products.
In developing the GTP-506, Adcom engineers paid particular attention to the often-overlooked basics that give a product lasting value: advanced technology, exceptional sound quality, reliability and ease of use. the GTP-506 benefits from a unique understanding of technology's real purpose: to enhance our enjoyment of the musical experience by making it accessible to everyone.
The GTP-506 also benefits from Adcom's extensive expertise in combining the best of leading edge technology with exceptional ease of use. Front panel controls are designed for intuitive operation. By contrast, most competitive products suffer from a confusing array of controls seemingly designed more to intimidate than to provide any significantly useful benefit.
It is precisely this balance of performance and accessibility that marks all Adcom products. The technical advances of the GTP-506 are invisible in that they are evident not only in the manner in which they enhance performance, but in the way each invites the owner to enjoy the benefits of superior circuit design and parts quality.
Frequency response: 20Hz to 85kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.01%
Input sensitivity: 340mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 98dB (line)
Output: 2V (Pre out)
Dimensions: 432 x 76 x 292mm
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