KRELL S 300I PDF

Therefore, the Krell factory will remain closed until further notice from the office of the Governor. The most discriminating audiophiles and product reviewers have consistently recognized Krell components for standard-setting performance. Seemingly unlimited frequency response, combined with unerring accuracy and fortitude, extend a tradition that began with the first Krell amplifier; the KSA The KSA was the first high power, high-current, true Class A biased stereo power amplifier available to audiophiles.

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Its current lineup includes the Evolution series of electronics and LAT speakers. And no one will forget the Master Reference subwoofer, an overwhelming pound homage to on-demand seismic energy.

This integrated amplifier is little more than four inches high, but this powerhouse is pure Krell through and through. It may be modest in profile but sciatica sufferers should cautiously bend those knees when trying to hoist it. At 43 pounds, it outputs Wpc and doubles that rating into 4 ohms thus likely making the Si the most powerful amp in this price range.

Whereas many integrated amp have trouble driving loudspeakers that drop below a nominal 8-ohm impedance, the Si merely yawns at such challenges. In sonic personality the Si could very well be the Lance Armstrong of integrated amplification. Its sound is built for speed and for the critical analysis of a recording—not a rough translation. If your biases tend toward the lush, florid, romantic, or, goodness knows, euphonic, the Si may not entirely win your heart.

I could hear a velvety midrange smoothness slipstreaming alongside the speed and immediacy of this marvelous recording. The Si seemed to relish diving into the middle of the orchestra plucking out low-level details and timbres with ease. It loses just a little steam and finesse at the margins. Thus harmonic information in the upper treble seems a little more earthbound, more finite. What blew me away was the balance Krell has struck between the sonic expectations of traditional audiophiles and a new generation of hobbyists whose priorities also include modern functionality and features.

Choosing an integrated amp just got a whole lot more complicated. But remember to bend your knees. Fit and finish are stunning-. Borrowing some of its styling cues and ergonomics from the S controller, the richly polished aluminum front panel houses buttons with hermetically sealed push-button switches that engage with a reassuring click.

The menu system controls such functions as balance, input trim, input naming, and muting level. Krell also gets the adjustably illuminated display just right-—readable by human beings, not eagles.

High-quality speaker cable terminals complete this well-equipped package. A full-function remote is provided. No shortage of clout in the power department, either. The Si combines a fully balanced discrete Class A preamplifier circuit controlled by an R-2R resistor-ladder volume control and a discrete output stage rated rated at watts per channel into 8 ohms and watts per channel into 4 ohms.

Krell touts its massive VA toroidal transformer and 38, microfarads of capacitance as among the more potent ever incorporated into an integrated amplifier.

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Krell K-300i review

Dimensions hwd 10 x 44 x 46cm Weight This option has the ability to stream music over a home network and aptX Bluetooth, as well as supporting streaming platforms such as Spotify Connect , Tidal , Deezer, Qobuz and vTuner. Then there are the digital inputs. Add the digital module and you get USB, optical and coax connections. Including such an input shows surprising pragmatism from such a purist high-end manufacturer and proves its willingness to accommodate the wide range of sources people use today, regardless of the audio quality. Build Image credit: Krell The Ki feels superbly made. Fit and finish is impressive too, just as it should be for the price.

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Krell S-300i review

Its current lineup includes the Evolution series of electronics and LAT speakers. And no one will forget the Master Reference subwoofer, an overwhelming pound homage to on-demand seismic energy. This integrated amplifier is little more than four inches high, but this powerhouse is pure Krell through and through. It may be modest in profile but sciatica sufferers should cautiously bend those knees when trying to hoist it. At 43 pounds, it outputs Wpc and doubles that rating into 4 ohms thus likely making the Si the most powerful amp in this price range. Whereas many integrated amp have trouble driving loudspeakers that drop below a nominal 8-ohm impedance, the Si merely yawns at such challenges.

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TESTED: Krell S-300i Integrated Amplifier

It starts off with having the Krell name. Krell is arguably the king of high-end solid state amplification and has been there for a number of decades. Next comes weight and solidity of build. The Si feels as solid as a brick and weighs as much as a pallet load of the things — OK, it weighs 20kg, which is mighty hefty for an amplifier of this price. Lastly, it really is a powerhouse.

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