Plinius

Hiato

With 300 watts per channel the Hiato integrated stereo amplifier is a serious piece of equipment capable of driving big, difficult to drive speakers.

£9,900

3 year warranty

Finance example

£1,980.00 initial 20% deposit then £264.00 per month for 30 months. Other finance terms available. Finance subject to status

Hiato

£9,900

The Hiato masters complex musical pieces that many dedicated power amps struggle with to give you spine tingling detail in the treble and control over the bass and mid range that is a pure delight.

If you are looking for an integrated amplifier solution in your music system but you don't want to sacrifice the benefits that true, well controlled power can bring then this amplifier is for you.

The rear panel layout includes four line level inputs and a user adjustable phono input. High quality WBT RCA connectors are used on all line level and phono inputs with additional balanced XLR inputs for CD and Line 1. It has RCA and XLR HT bypass input, remote IR input and 12V input/output triggers. There are four pairs of output connectors allowing bi-wired speaker applications, line level output for archiving and pre-out for bi-amping. The phono stage is optional.

On the front panel a small, unobtrusive 3.5mm jack allows a casual user to connect portable media, and the Hiato's full function remote control also operates the Plinius CD players.

Tech spec

Power Output:

300 watts RMS per channel into 8 ohms
450 watts RMS per channel into 4 ohms
Both channels driven from 20Hz to 20kHz at less than 0.2% total harmonic distortion

Frequency Response:

20Hz to 20kHz ±0.2dB
-3dB at 70kHz

Hum & Noise:

90dB below rated ouput 20Hz to 20kHz unweighted

Adjustable Gain:

50dB, 56dB, 60dB, 66dB

Adjustable Load:

47k ohms, 470 ohms, 100 ohms, 47 ohms, 22 ohms

Dimensions (HxWxD):

170mm (7 1/2") x 450mm (17 3/4") x 455mm (17 3/4")

Weight:

25kg

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