Luxman has introduced a new pre-amplifier Luxman C-10X , which replaced the C-900u model released in 2013 in the company’s nomenclature. The preamplifier will be included in the anniversary series of Luxman components, dedicated to the centenary of the company in 2025.
The Luxman C-10X preamplifier incorporates all of the company’s latest know-how. This includes the latest version of ODNF-u (Only Distortion Negative Feedback-ultimate) technology, named LIFES 1.0 in 2021, and the new LECUA-EX 192-step electronically controlled attenuator in the volume control circuit, which minimizes sound degradation, especially at low volume levels.
The Luxman C-10X preamp has a fully balanced concept – from balanced input to balanced output. The component is equipped with a switchable tone block with treble and bass controls, as well as a channel balance control.
The switching arsenal of the Luxman C-10X preamplifier is strictly analog. There are three balanced stereo inputs on Neutrik quality XLR connectors and three unbalanced RCA ones. The component offers two stereo analog outputs – balanced on XLR and unbalanced on RCA.
The Luxman C-10X preamp is offered in a single Blaster White design . The timing of the Luxman C-10X on sale in Europe and possible prices will be announced later.