Topping has launched a new A70 Pro desktop headphone amplifier with a fully symmetrical circuit .
The amplifier uses an improved input stage with ultra-low noise floor, in addition, the input impedance has been increased to 20 kOhm, which expanded the choice of compatible signal sources.
The volume control in Topping A70 Pro is built on a resistive matrix (R2R), which ensures long life, precise adjustment and maintains dynamics at low signal levels. There are three jacks on the front panel for connecting headphones – a four-pin XLR , 6.35 mm and 4.4 mm jacks .
The power of the amplifier is 10,000 mW per , the device can also be used as a pre-amplifier – for this, there are two pairs of adjustable outputs on the rear panel for RCA and XLR. Analog inputs include unbalanced RCA and balanced TRS/XLR. The package includes a remote control.
The Topping A70 Pro balanced headphone amp is available with a retail price of $499 and is available in two colors.
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