|Power Per Channel (8ohms)||120W|
|Warranty length||2 Years|
Module: Optional MM30 Media module
Bluetooth: Optional aptX Bluetooth upgrade
Input Impedance: 15k Both RCA and XLR
Output Impedance: 110 ohms
Freq Response: 20Hz – 100kHz (3dB)
THD + N: < 0.003%, 20Hz – 100kHz.
Signal to Noise: -115 dBV
Max in/out level: 10Vrms
Analogue Inputs: 2 x XLR (L/R) 4 x RCA (L/R)
Other In/outputs: RS232, IR, Trigger, RF
Analogue Record Output: 1 x RCA (L/R)
Pre Output: 2 x RCA (L/R), 1 x XLR (L/R)
Power Consumption Standby: 0.2W
Power Consumption Operate: 23W
Dimensions (WDH): 430 x 385 x 105mm
Weight: 10.5 kg
Primare PRE32 is an upgradable audiophile pre-amplifier designed to match the Primare A34.2 and all Primare power amplifiers. It features the comprehensive OLED display and control parameters established by the EISA award-winning I32 integrated amplifier.
The PRE32 is housed in a heavy gauge alloy steel chassis, and incorporates two pairs (L/R) of low-noise balanced XLR inputs and 4 pairs of RCA inputs. Additionally, there are two pairs of RCA outputs and a single pair of balanced XLR outputs, as well as a record output, RS232, trigger, IR and RF inputs.
The option of an upgrade board offering MEDIA/streaming connections such as USB, iPod, LAN etc., is provided. The addition of the MM30 Media Board adapts the EISA award-winning PRE32 and MM30 Media Board for audiophile streaming, internet radio and gapless audio playback.
"Allowing microscopic analysis of the recording engineers art, Primare's I32 is a fine example of a modern industrial design that looks a million dollars. And its variable-brightness OEL display is simply gorgeous, as is the ability to name and configure the inputs." (Hi-FI News Yearbook 2011)
"Sounding crisp and squeaky clean, the I32 delivered startling clarity that was captivating." (Hi-FI News Yearbook 2011)
"...sounded tight and grippy along with a highly explicit treble... And the bass was impressive: extended, powerful and highly descriptive. The Primare digs deeply into the minutae of recordings..." (Hi-FI News Yearbook 2011)