Electrocompaniet PI-2 Integrated Amplifiers

PI-2

  • Output impedance: 0.03 ohm
  • Channel separation: > 120 dB
  • Rated output power: THD = 0.2%
  • Toroid transformer: 400VA

User Reviews (3)

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VIOS   Audio Enthusiast [Oct 12, 2015]

anyone tried the combination Electrocompaniet + ELAC BS244?

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Sabby   Audio Enthusiast [Aug 17, 2012]

The above review has been copied and pasted from the 6 Moons review.

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3
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spacelab   Audio Enthusiast [Mar 26, 2012]

I have ECI PI-2, a pair of PSB Image T6 speakers and Van Den Hul D-352 speaker cables.

Electrocompaniet's Prelude PI-2 is characterized by:

• Playing somewhat warmer than neutral central, with a powerful and very attractive bass that's not portly but very agile. Without obscuring the midband, voices and instruments are fleshed out and earthy. It's a matter of taste -- this amp has character -- but precisely why an audition is meaningful.
• The low bass is controlled but not of ultimate dryness. The latter isn't necessarily ideal but poorly damped speakers (capable of low bass) do appreciate extreme grippiness.
• The mid- and treble bands are ultra transparent but free of negative analytical associations. If you believe that bass-endowed amps interfere with transparency.
• Excellent integration of the upper octaves to avoid any treble emphasis.
• Soundstaging is a clear forté. The virtual stage is fully liberated and neither width nor depth invite any criticism.
• Image focus is good but by tendency, the PI-2 generates sound bodies with contours rather than caliper crosses on a map.
• Macrodynamics are good but certain massive bass attacks could stand more pepper. Microdynamics are stunning.


A superb all-rounder, with insight and analysis on one hand, and effortless musical flow on the other.
Strong and clear bass, just great sound! Simply stunning amplifier ! Try before buy :)

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