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Designed for supreme tonal quality

LUXMAN's pursuit of the uppermost standards of tonal quality has lead to the creation of the C-900u. Four independent modules in the balanced amplification circuit enable the hot and cold components of the left and right audio signals to be handled independently to suppress unnecessary noise generation. Combining an evolved version 4.0 of our traditional ODNF circuit and a robust power supply has achieved high signal-to-noise performance and improved sound quality without distortion. LUXMAN's original LECUA 1000, a stepped fixed resistance attenuator, is used for the volume adjustment system, a major feature of this new control amplifier. The 88 step range allows for more precise volume adjustment. This product is an appropriate centerpiece for any modern hifi system due to its elegant design, user friendly features, refined tone controls, premium tactile operation, and more.

  • Input sensitivity/Input impedance
    Unbalanced 255mV/43kΩ
    Balanced 255mV/86kΩ
  • Output/Input impedance
    Unbalanced rating 1V/90Ω, max. 11V
    Balanced rating 1V/180Ω, max. 22.5V
  • Frequency response
    20Hz to 20kHz (+0, -0.1dB)
    5Hz to 120kHz (+0, -3.0dB)
  • Total harmonic distortion
    Unbalanced 0.009% (20Hz to 20kHz)
    Balanced 0.005% (20Hz to 20kHz)
  • S/N ratio (IHF-A)
    Unbalanced 123dB
    Balanced 126dB
  • Volume adjustment
    New LECUA1000
  • Negative feedback circuit
    ODNF 4.0
  • Max. tone control range
    BASS: ±8dB at 100Hz
    TREBLE: ±8dB at 10kHz
  • Remote control functions
    ・Operation・Dimmer・ Input selector
    ・Output mode・Balanced phase selection
    ・Channel preset・External pre-amplifier input
    ・Line straight・Loudness・Volume up/down
  • Power consumption
    2.2W (in standby mode)
  • External dimensions
    440(W) x 130(H) x 430(D) mm
    (including 17mm front panel knob and 14 mm rear panel speaker terminals)
  • Net weight
  • Accessories
    Remote control (RA-20)
    Power cable



Datum Aangepast


1 juli 2019