Stereo Integrated Amplifier (1982-85)
Power output: 105 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 10Hz to 100kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.015%
Input sensitivity: 0.1mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 200mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 67dB (MC), 87dB (MM), 110dB (line)
Output: 200mV (line)
Dimensions: 453 x 425 x 135mm
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Reviewed Apr 20th, 2017 by snigeren
Have had mine L-430 since 1983. Have used it with my my B&W DM7mk2 loudspeakers everyday since then with plasure :-)
Reviewed Aug 25th, 2015 by ozziozzi
Very nice sound on all sources from phono (mc or mm) to line in. very quiet and good transient response.
Reviewed Mar 06th, 2015 by Glenncollinscan
I purchased one of these used,so I could I put my Sansui AU-999 into the shop for a restore.
I can not believe the detailed sound that this amp produces, with plenty of power to supply my 4 B&W's 683 S2.
The phono output is among the best I have ever used.
It could easily stand side by side with my Sansui and hold its own.
Reviewed Oct 16th, 2013 by Daniel Dragan
I have a second hand L-430 since one year and I am very satisfied with it. I use it with a pair of PSB New Image T6 speakers and they perfectly match. The sound is clear, detailed and smooth (as expected from a MOSFET amplifier). No distorsions, no noise. Very reliable. I can compare it with a NAD C-352 (which I still own) - NAD is not bad at all, but Luxman is in a different league. It paid Euro 200 for it, but it worth more than a new 1,000 euro new amplifier.