Rotel A10 Integrated Stereo Amplifier
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LENC's Rotel A10 Review:
The Rotel A10 is a 40-watt per channel integrated amplifier that will satisfy the audio purist who doesn’t require a high power output or digital streaming capability. Its straightforward operation is refreshing and its performance is a pleasure to listen to.
If you are considering taking your first step into a true hi-fi system or are seeking a small, high-quality audio system for another living space, you can’t do better than the A10 integrated amplifier. The A10 is all about maximum performance for the price. Its design strips away added features that increase the overall cost and can detract from your musical enjoyment.
Engineered With Care:
Simple to operate and a pleasure to listen to, the A10 has connectivity for all your listening sources including an analogue media input (3.5mm mini-jack) for iOS devices or other media players, a CD input, a MM phono input in case your taste runs to classic LPs, a Tuner input to listen to your favourite radio stations and two Aux inputs for other analogue source devices.
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Who's This Amp For?
Anyone looking to step up from a mass-market amplifier and build a genuine entry-level hifi system. The perfect amp for a dedicated analogue setup (vinyl lovers, this one's for you).
- No built-in DAC: pure analogue circuitry. Want Bluetooth? Check out the Rotel A11
- Perfect entry-level price: A lot of amp for the money!
- Simple, functional and reliable - classic Rotel
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Manufacturers Warranty & Specifications:
Rotel A10 Warranty - All products, excluding accessories, are covered by warranty for 3 years from date of purchase. Find out more here.
This product is rated 4.5 of 5.0 stars.
It has received 4 reviews.
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I found this amplifier to be an excellent performer as the heart of my "modestly priced" hi-fi system, replacing a NAD/Proton amplifier purchased in the 1980s... compared to the Proton it seems to have plenty of power and a fine sense of dynamics. Features are as needed including a phono stage and provision for 2 sets of speakers, also a useful set of stereo pre-outs that I can send to a separate subwoofer. All in all a good performer at a sensible price, hopefully for the next 30 years!!
Amazing amp at a great price point. I use predominately for my turntable but can also , among other features, connect phone for Spotify etc using AUX.
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