|Product Dimensions||20 x 21.2 x 5.6 cm; 1.9 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||254620|
|Country produced in||China|
|Item Weight||1.9 kg|
IMG Stageline SA-50 Compact Universal Stereo Amplifier
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- Fantastic quality universal stereo amplifier
- Silent operation due to fanless cooling concept, additional 3.5 mm jack connection with switchable sensitivity on the front panel, 2 x 10wrms power, robust metal housing
- Audio source selector switch; Controls for volume, bass and treble; 6.3 mm headphone output
- Dimensions: 212 x 200 x 56 mm
- For further details please visit monacor.co.uk
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Silent operation due to fanless cooling concept, Additional 3.5 mm jack connection with switchable sensitivity on the front panel, 2 x 10WRms power. Robust metal housing. power outputs given for each type of speaker, 2 x 12.5W for 4 ohm speakers, and 2 x 10W for 8 ohm speakers.
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1st amplifier arrived, connected to a nice pair of Cambridge Audio speakers (which are well within the power requirements for the amp) and connected a new set of RCA leads to it. upon playing any type of music at any volume the audio cracked when trying to deliver deeper notes... ARGH
Not to worry, Amazon to the rescue with their rapid assistance and smooth exchange policy. We will send you one out right away they said, it will be there tomorrow! So with baited breath i sat by the door waiting for the delivery to arrive (bar a brief run to the post office to send off the 1st amp and to make a cup of tea!). The amp arrived and i scampered to where my audio equipment resides. Carefully un-boxing the new amp and connecting it up with the care of a surgeon.
Powered the amp on, selected the correct input and pressed play.... Only to be greeted with the faintest of crackles from the amp (nowhere near as bad as the first one, but nevertheless still there).
So to conclude this story if you value your audio quality at any volume i would save a few more pennys and purchase a better quality device. As for me i need to go in search of another compact amp that looks the business but doesn't break the bank...
Bass and treble controls do a 'good enough' job, especially if you've already EQ'd the input, otherwise -being hyper critical- I'd say the mid-range is a touch too strident, but nothing a bit of .5k/1k/2k cut doesn't fix. Playing through my old Wharfedale Delta 30s it is way better than I imagined for £50.
So I've deducted a point for a 'less than perfect' mid-range response & the lack of a balance control, but apart from that this is a cracking little amp for the money.
I really cannot state enough how good the build quality of this unit is. It's entirely made of metal (except for the knobs) and the switches are tough and don't feel cheap. I wouldn't have been disappointed if I'd paid double for this.
The only thing I do not like about it is that mine came with an extremely bright blue LED power indicator, not the red one in the picture. This was fixed simply by sticking a bit of blutac over it, which doesn't look out of place considering most of the things I own with blue or white LEDs have received the same treatment.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 September 2018