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Arcam Delta 110

Digital Preamplifier (1990-92)

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Arcam Delta 110

Description

The Arcam Delta 110 pre-amplifier and its matching power amplifier, the Delta 120, have been designed to meet the requirements of the most demanding listener.

Combining excellent sound quality with modern but restrained styling, the Delta 110 and 120 will provide the heart of any high quality sound system.

The Delta 110 pre-amplifier has five switchable analogue inputs. These accept signals from a turntable, tuner, two tape inputs and an AV component, such as a stereo VCR or the Arcam Delta 150 Nicam stereo TV tuner.

The Delta 110 also has two digital inputs which accept the signal directly from the digital output of a compact disc player, such as the Arcam Delta 170 transport, or DAT player.

The switching system of the Delta 110 offers separate 'listen' and 'record' functions, allowing the user to listen to one programme at the same time as recording another from an entirely separate source.

To increase further its versatility and ease of use, the Delta 110 is provided with an infra red remote control handset, which operates the input selection, mono, mute and volume controls.

Specifications

Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.01%

Input sensitivity: 0.1mV (MC), 2mV (MM), 200mV (line)

Output: 300mV (line), 2V (Pre out), 8V (Pre out Max)

Digital inputs: optical, coaxial

Dimensions: 430 x 64 x 270mm

Weight: 3.7kg

Year: 1990

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