Lavardin Technologies model IT Integrated Amplifiers

Lavardin Technologies model IT Integrated Amplifiers 


Inputs: 4 on gold plated high quality cinch connector
Input impedance: 10Kohms
Input sensibility: 330 millivolts
Line output: none
phono input: none
Input selection sealed relays, ground & signal
Relay contact gold, silver, palladium alloy
Output power 2x48W RMS on 8 Ohms
Output impedance nominal 8 Ohms
Harmonic distortion: 0,001% @ max output
Technology High Speed and low Memory Distortion
Solid State Circuits
Lavardin Technologies Design
Size (mm) H 135 L 430 P 340
Finish Black anodised and painted
non magnetic high-grade aluminium
Weight 12 Kg net (25 lbs) per unit
Power consumption 45 watts idle ; 400 watts maximum


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[Jul 31, 2010]
thomas k andersen
Audio Enthusiast

this is an outstanding amplifier! Not very pretty, but very simple. The sound is a bit to the warm side, but very harmonic. No tape output, no phono input, but only 4 le simplicy! It`s a black box with only one source and one volume and inbetween them, a power on/off button. Again, very simple.
But now to the sound: I hooked it up with my Jean Marie Reynaud, Orfeo, and the first impression was, silky smooth treble, good midrange and a fast and firm bass, wich also was very quick. A good soundstage and overwelming 3D feeling. I use JMR`s own speaker cable, but in this moment im purchasing Lavardins own speaker cable, the CX cable. Lavardin says, that to get the full of this amplifier, you should use their cables. I use Lavardins power cable, and it`s very good. I also use Lavardins interconnect between the amplifier and my Rega Saturn cd player. So for now i only need the speakercables.The IT also have something inside it, they call memory free distortion, and this should get the amplifier sound like the best tube`s.
This is an amplifier for life, once you heard this, you don t want anything else.
I will gladely recommend this amplifier!

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