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QUAD

PRODUCT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

VA-ONE

"PROUDLY CLASSICAL"

... classically modern

VA-ONE   Integrated Tube Amplifier

 

 

Build quality is impeccable both inside and out, as one expects of Quad. Internal components have been painstakingly selected to ensure the VA-One maintains the company’s traditional dictum of “the closest approach to the original sound”, while external styling is classically Quad, finished in traditional ‘Lancaster Grey’. The amp’s front panel sports a smooth-acting volume control incorporating a motorised potentiometer, allowing precise adjustment via the supplied remote control, together with a high-quality headphone output and controls for input selection and Bluetooth pairing.

The VA-One boasts an impressive complement of valves for such a compact device (seven in all). The preamp section incorporates an ECC83 high-impedance triode, feeding an ECC82 twin triode driver and phase splitter stage. The output stage uses
two EL84 pentodes per channel in push-pull configuration, delivering 2x15W – sufficient power to drive efficient modern speakers to high volume levels, whilst maintaining the sumptuous sound quality derived from the amp’s valve-based topology.

 

Three digital audio inputs – optical, coaxial and asynchronous USB – support data up to 24-bit/192kHz, and an RCA-phono input gives the option to connect an analogue source like a CD player or a turntable (when used with a suitable phono stage). In addition, those who enjoy the freedom of wireless connectivity can pair smartphones, tablets and computers via Bluetooth, with support for the sonically superior aptX codec.

Traditionally British


MAP   $ 1795.00 

A TRADITION OF TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND REPRODUCTION.

A STORY THAT BEGAN WITH THE QUAD 1 AMPLIFIER IN 1949 , FOLLOWED A FEW YEARS LATER, IN 1953, BY THE PRODUCT WHICH SET THE STANDARD FOR AMPLIFIERS - THE QUAD II POWER AMPLIFIER ... AND TODAY, 70 YEARS ON,

THE QUAD CLASSIC QII LIVES ON ! 

Topology                    Tube Class A-AB  Integrated        
Output Power           15 Watt/channel into 6 Ω
                                    12 Watt/channel into 4/8 Ω

Input Impedance     50 kΩ
THD  &  S/N               0.5%  /  90dB
Power Bandwidth    20 Hz to 50 kHz +/- 3 db

Other Specs

HPA Power                    15 milliwatts @ 32 ohm / 65 milliwatts at 300 ohms

Inputs                            1 x RCA, 1 x OPT, 1 x COAX, 1 x USB B, Bluetooth                                                (aptX)

Outputs                         1 x Speaker Terminal,1 x 6.3mm Jack Headpone
Tube Complement       1 x ECC83, 2 x ECC82, 4 x EL84EH
Weight                            10.8kg

QII Integrated

"THE NEW ORIGINAL"

kay-tee-magix sixty-six !

QII   Integrated Tube Amplifier

 

The Quad QII-Integrated, evolves the QII into a user-friendly fully integrated stereo amplifier for the very first time. The preamp section delivers three line inputs, plus full tape monitoring. Every detail is engineered to the highest standard; even the built-in phono stage is of higher quality than many costly standalone devices, ensuring that every musical source, from vinyl to digital, is delivered with exceptional panache.

It stays true to the original Quad II monoblocks in its push-pull KT66 output configuration and single-tap output transformers, yet it’s actually twice as powerful – rated at 25W per channel.

 

Designed by Quad founder Peter Walker, the truly iconic Quad II helped to define the modern concept of high-fidelity sound in the 1950s. Quad has kept the legend alive with the current Quad II classic, a faithful reproduction of the original valve monoblock with build quality and aesthetics lovingly updated for the modern era.

Today's Quad II Series circuit design is the work of
Tim de Paravicini, a man widely acknowledged to be the UK's foremost valve amp designer. His design is faithful to Peter Walker's Philosophy of cathode loading onto the same output stage and fundamental simplicity of design, ensuring the new amp delivers the same wealth of detail and exquisite tone as its famous predecessor.

Deviating from the stand-alone power amplifiers and to cater for more compact setups is The Quad II Classic Integrated, which combines 4 x KT66, 4 x ECC88 and 2 x ECC8 valves with 3 line inputs, a phono input (both MM and MC) and even a tape / monitor function.

 

Traditionally British


MAP   $ 5,995.00

Topology                    Tube PP  Integrated        
Output Power           25 Watt/channel into 8 Ω

Input Sensitivity        275mV RMS (Line Level & Tape Monitor)
                                    2mV RMS(MM)
                                    200μV RMS(MC)
THD  &  S/N               0.06%  [15W / 700Hz] /  > 98dBA [25W @ 8ohm]
Power Bandwidth    20 Hz to 20 kHz  [+0dB/-1dB]

Other Specs                        

Crosstalk                            >75dB

Voltage Gain                      34dB

Inputs                                 3 x RCA, 2 x Tape, 1 x Phono, 1 [ MM / MC ]

Outputs                              1 x Speaker Terminal
Tube Complement            4 x ECC83, 2 x 6922EH, 4 x KT66
Dimensions [HxWxD]       200 × 310 × 380mm

QII-Classic

"SINGLE-ENDED SINGULARITY"

" In a Class A-Part "

QII - CLASSIC   Tube Mono Power Amplifier

 

This is a faithful reproduction of the original - the new Quad II Classic offers audiophiles the chance to recreate the spirit and atmosphere produced from one of the most famous amplifiers in audio history. Peter's circuit, notably the design of the output transformer has become of legendary status - analysed by the finest minds in the industry.

The Quad II Classic has been recreated accurately with KT66 output valves, EF86 input valves  and a GZ34 rectifier valve - the equivalent of those used in the original. 

 

The output valves produce around 15W per channel operating in Class A , which allow a gloriously sweet and refined sound with appropriately matched contemporary loudspeakers.

 

Designed by Quad founder Peter Walker, the truly iconic Quad II helped to define the modern concept of high-fidelity sound in the 1950s. Quad has kept the legend alive with the current Quad II classic, a faithful reproduction of the original valve monoblock with build quality and aesthetics lovingly updated for the modern era.

Today's Quad II Series circuit design is the work of
Tim de Paravicini, a man widely acknowledged to be the UK's foremost valve amp designer. His design is faithful to Peter Walker's Philosophy of cathode loading onto the same output stage and fundamental simplicity of design, ensuring the new amp delivers the same wealth of detail and exquisite tone as its famous predecessor.
 

 

Traditionally British


MAP   $ 3,995.00   / MONO Pair

Topology                    Tube Class A MONO        
Output Power           15 Watt/channel into 8 Ω

Input Sensitivity        775mV RMS
THD  &  S/N               0.8%  [15W / 700Hz] /  > 90dB 
Power Bandwidth    10 Hz to 20 kHz  [+/- 0.2dB]

Damping Factor       11.75 @ 700Hz (referred to 8 Ohms)

Other Specs                        

Output Impedance           8 ohm

Outputs                              1 x Speaker Terminal
Tube Complement            2 x EF86, 2 x KT66, 1 x GZ34
Weight                                 8.3 kg

QII-Forty

"ROARING FORTIES"

classically rectified kay-tee eighty-eight !

QII - FORTY   Tube Mono Power Amplifier

 

The Quad II-forty power amplifier is much more than a tribute to one of the most famous designs in audio - but refined and powerful in the modern sense of the terms. Although the circuit topology has changed a little from the original, significantly better components and a brand new transformer design have been engineered.

 

While still being delicately balanced a fast, crisp and detailed sound is achieved, whilst producing an output current suitable for modern loudspeakers, including our very own ESL. A 5U4G valve rectifies two KT-88 output valves that work in push-pull configuration to deliver 40W into 8 ohms , while a choice of 4 Ohm or 8 Ohm taps allow for a wide choice of loudspeaker configurations.

 

Designed by Quad founder Peter Walker, the truly iconic Quad II helped to define the modern concept of high-fidelity sound in the 1950s. Quad has kept the legend alive with the current Quad II Classic, a faithful reproduction of the original valve monoblock with build quality and aesthetics lovingly updated for the modern era.

Today's Quad II Series circuit design is the work of
Tim de Paravicini, a man widely acknowledged to be the UK's foremost valve amp designer. His design is faithful to Peter Walker's Philosophy of cathode loading onto the same output stage and fundamental simplicity of design, ensuring the new amp delivers the same wealth of detail and exquisite tone as its famous predecessor.
 

 

Traditionally British


MAP   $ 5,495.00   / MONO Pair

Topology                    Tube Class AB / PP MONO        
Output Power           40 Watt/channel into 8 Ω

Input Sensitivity        1V RMS
THD  &  S/N               0.3%  @ 40W - 0.03% @ 1W /  > 80dB 
Power Bandwidth    10 Hz to 30 kHz  [+ 0dB / - 0.5dB]

Damping Factor       20 @ 700Hz (referred to 8 Ohms)

Other Specs                        

Output Impedance           8 ohm & 4 ohm

Outputs                              1 x Speaker Terminal
Tube Complement            2 x 6SH7,  2 x KT88, 1 x 5U4G

 

QII-Eighty

"RAGING EIGHTIES"

kay-tee eighty-eight a la Paravicini !

QII - EIGHTY   Tube Mono Power Amplifier

 

Designed by Tim DeParavicini, the Quad II-Eighty takes inspiration from the original Quad II amplifier. It is an 80-Watt mono power amplifier following in the tradition and philiosophies of Peter Walker.

 

The output section consists of 4 KT88 valves running as two pairs in push pull with the hallmark Quad topology of partial cathode loading in the output transformer.

Designed by Quad founder Peter Walker, the truly iconic Quad II Series helped to define the modern concept of high-fidelity sound in the 1950s. Quad has kept the legend alive with the current Quad II Classic, Series,  faithful reproductions of the original valve monoblocks with build quality and aesthetics lovingly updated for the modern era.

Tim de Paravicini , is widely acknowledged to be the UK's foremost valve amp designer. His design is faithful to Peter Walker's Philosophy of cathode loading onto the same output stage and fundamental simplicity of design, ensuring the new amp delivers the same wealth of detail and exquisite tone as its famous predecessor.
 

 

Traditionally British


MAP   $ 10,995.00   / MONO Pair

Topology                    Tube Class AB / PP MONO        
Output Power           80 Watt/channel into 8 Ω

Input Sensitivity        1V RMS
THD  &  S/N               0.5%  @ 30Hz to 15kHz - 1%  @ 20Hz - 20kHz /  > 94dB 
Power Bandwidth    10 Hz to 30 kHz  [+ 0dB / - 0.5dB]

                                    3Hz - 50kHz (-3dB)

Other Specs                        

Damping Factor                16 @ 1kHz (referred to 8 Ohms)

Output Impedance           8 ohm & 4 ohm [selectable]

Outputs                              1 x Speaker Terminal
Tube Complement            1 x 6SN7, 2 x 6SL7,  4 x KT88

 

QC-Twenty Four

"SILENTLY BLACK SPACE"

fabulously unique super tube ...the 6111WA NOS twin triode !

QC - TWENTY FOUR   Tube Line Preamplifier

 

For the QC Twenty Four pre amp, our designer Tim de Paravicini scoured the globe for the very finest components, with possibly the best example of this being the new 'old stock' 6111WA double triode. 

With
transformers designed by one of the world's leading authorities and relay input switching the musical signal is preserved in its purest form - pursuant to the philosophy of the theoretical perfect amplifier which Peter Walker himself stated is, 'a straight wire with gain'.

 

The QC Twenty Four has 2 main outputs, 2 Tape Play and Record connections and inputs for CD, Tuner, Aux 1, Aux 2 and an optional Phono port.

 

For the analogue purist a the Quad Twenty-Four P dedicated phono stage has been voiced by the finest ears inthe industry and features an MM / MC toggle switch and a choice of direct full level or variable output for use with a power amp -- for details see our Vinyl Gear page.

Tim de Paravicini , is widely acknowledged to be the UK's foremost valve amp designer. His design is faithful to Peter Walker's Philosophy of fundamental simplicity of design, ensuring the new preamps deliver the same wealth of detail and exquisite tone as their famous predecessors.

 

Traditionally British


MAP   $ 1,195.00   
... whaatt ????

Topology                          Tube         

Input Sensitivity              1V RMS
THD @ 1V RMS                0.2% 

Hum and Noise               Better than -80dB 

Line Stage Gain               15dB

Frequency Response      5Hz - 50kHz (+0dB/-0.5dB)

Other Specs                        

Rec. Minimum Load            50 k Ohms

Inputs                                    5 x Line level
                                               2 x Buffered tape loops
Tube Complement              1 x NOS 6111WA [Subminiature]

Power Consumption          15VA maximum

VENA  II

"A CLASSIC, YET MODERN EXPERIENCE"

" the closest approach " -  since 1936 !

VENA II   Solid State Integrated Amplifier

 

Equipped for the modern music lover, yet still classically QUAD, Vena packs plenty of digital and wireless music playback options into an integrated amplifier that delivers 45 watts per channel in style. In our signature lancaster grey or wrapped in a combination of gloss or veneer wood casings combining a classic QUAD sound in this new modern package is creating a buzz with both audiophiles and those who want the convenience of bluetooth without sacrificing sound quality.

The QC Twenty Four has 2 main outputs, 2 Tape Play and Record connections and inputs for CD, Tuner, Aux 1, Aux 2 and a MM Phono port.

 

The Closest Approach, Since 1936

As we all know, the way music is consumed in the present day has expanded from vinyl and CD into realms of streaming and wireless connections, controlled by the latest smart-tablet technology. The convenience of accessing a digital library, filled with a lifetime’s worth of music is everything every music lover aspires to.

At Quad we are music lovers too and ‘The Closest approach to the original sound’ has been a Quad philosophy since 1936. More than just a slogan, it underlies the company’s commitment to producing the finest audio equipment, capable of reproducing all the elements and emotion of a live performance. This ethos has been considered when building our new integrated amplifier from the ground-up. 

 

A Classic, Yet Modern Experience
Drawing from our hi-fi heritage, yet in a modern era of music consumption, we are proud to introduce Vena - a new user-friendly amplifier designed to be the perfect match to an amazingly wide variety of digital and analogue sources.

Vena has captured the essence of advanced Quad engineering in a world of modern technology. Whilst retaining the original design philosophy, users now have access to digital inputs including Bluetooth playback, in a compact amplifier without compromise on sound. Both Quad loudspeakers and electronics are known for their transparency, accuracy and natural reproduction of your music - Quad Vena is no different.

Award Winning Design

Vena's unique approach and completely refreshing balance between retro hi-fi and modern wireless technology has captured the imagination of the hi-fi press, also winning in group tests comparing, quality, design, features and of course, sound.

Combine Style and Sound

Vena encapsulates advanced engineering and sound quality inside a neat package that is bound to find favour with today’s space conscious listeners. In typical quad style, the simple fascia is dominated by a large volume control with an array of push buttons providing input selection.

The Quad Vena is available in a variety of finishes to complement your Quad loudspeakers and living space. A choice of high-gloss piano-style finishes in white or black, figured sapele mahogany wood or an ultra-clean gun-metal grey finish are available.

Connect Effortlessly To Vena

Two analogue inputs are mirrored with a variety of digital options from Optical and Coaxial to USB plus the unusual inclusion of direct linking to iPhone, iPad and iPod digital outputs using the standard A type USB connector. Vena’s high resolution DAC is enabled for sampling frequency capable of 32-bit resolution. In addition any Bluetooth equipped source can link to Vena wirelessly with optimum sound quality ensured by the innovative aptX codec.

Vena’s loudspeaker output (45W per channel into 8 ohms) is matched by a front panel headphone socket. Digital Optical and Coax outputs in addition to an analogue Preamp out make Vena a truly versatile control unit. Remote control of volume and input selection is available from the included handset.

In one neat package Quad Vena provides the necessary amplification to realise the highest quality of both digital and analogue music sources through any partnering loudspeakers or headphones. And, of course, you can expect the legendary Quad sound performance through the precision engineering that has been the hallmark of Quad since 1936.

MAP   $ 1,295.00  -  Lancaster Grey   /  $ 1,395.00 - Black / White / Sapele Gloss

MAP   $ 1,495.00 / $ 1,595.00  -  Lancaster Grey or B/W :  +  PlayFi Streaming

SPECIAL OFFER - VENA II  LG + QUAD S-1 Bookshelf pr  [Black Oak]  -  $ 1,995.00

D/A Converter                                Sabre ES9018K2M 32 bit DAC

Input Sampling Rates                    Max 384kHz & DSD256 / PCM - USB
Input Sampling Rates                    Max 192kHz PCM  -  Coax / Optical     

Rated Output Power                      2 x 45W (8Ω) / 2 x 65W (4Ω)

Total Harmonic Distortion            <0.0009% (10W 1kHz)

Frequency Response                     20Hz - 30kHz

Input Sensitivity                             450mV Line / 4.1mV MM

Input Impedance                           10kΩ Line / 47K / 100pf Phono

Signal to Noise Ratio                     >110dB Line / >108 Amplifier

Pre Output Level                            2.3V

Headphone Output                       New dedicated amplifier circuit

ProfileA                                            2DP

Codec                                               aptX (priority), SBC

Apple Docking Input                      1 x USB (A type)

USB Input                                        1 x USB (B type)

Wireless Streaming - New         Bluetooth 3.0 / aptx & AAC

Digital Audio Inputs                       2 x Optical TOSlink 1 x RCA Coax

Digital Audio Outputs                    2 x Optical TOSlink 1 x RCA Coax

Analog Inputs                                  1 x RCA (Aux),  New 1 x MM Phono

Remote                                             Yes

Power Reserve                                New 200VA Toroidal Transformer

Dimensions (W x H x D)                 313mm x 93.5mm x 302mm

Weight (Metal)                                 6.1kg

Weight (Wooden Cabinet)             7.5kg

ARTERA STEREO

"CURRENT DUMPING REVIVAL"

unfaltering power ...even under high dynamic and transient conditions

ARTERA STEREO    Solid State Power Amplifier

From the transformer to the input terminals, each section of the Artera has been engineered from the ground up to ensure power, musicality and stability. The Artera Stereo produces 140 Watts RMS per channel – ample power for driving first-class loudspeakers, unfaltering even under high dynamic and transient conditions thanks to the patented Current Dumping technology. Special attention has also been paid to the newly developed balanced XLR inputs. The robust connections are yet another string to the Artera Stereo's bow, with an incomparable signal to noise ratio.

 

Iconic Amplifier Technology

The inclusion of full analogue/digital preamp functionality means that the Artera Play can be connected directly to a power amplifier, and its perfect partner in this regard is the Artera Stereo. This compact yet potent power amp sports the latest iteration of Quad’s famous Current Dumping topology, first introduced in the legendary Quad 405 – one of the most lauded British audio components of all time and still the only amp design to have earned a Queen’s Award for Technological Achievement.

Current Dumping is essentially a method of marrying the superior sonic purity of Class A amplification with the greater efficiency of Class AB. An extremely high-quality, low-power Class A amplifier provides the signal quality, while a high-power current dumping section delivers the muscle to keep the speakers under control. These two amp circuits are combined via a precision network to perfectly impose the finesse of the Class A output onto the power of the current dumper. The result is a relatively compact and cool-running power amp capable of delivering a captivating combination of dynamic power, vice-like grip and sumptuous sonic detail. 

General Description Power Amplifier

Rated Output Power                      140W 8 ohm (<1% THD,1kHz)

Total Harmonic Distortion            <0.003% (100W, 1kHz)
                                                          <0.03% (100W, 20Hz-20kHz)

Frequency Response                     -0.5dB (20Hz-20kHz, ref. 1kHz)
                                                          -3dB (20Hz-70kHz, ref. 1kHz)

Input Sensitivity                              980mV(RCA line in)

Input Impedance                            10kohm (Balanced)
                                                           15kohm (Unbalanced)

Signal to Noise Ration(S/N)           115dB (A weighted, ref. 140W)

Max. Power Consumption .           750W

Inputs                                                2 x XLR, RCA

Outputs                                             Speaker A+B

Standby Power Consumption       <0.5W

Dimensions (W x H x D)                 320 x 158 x 338mm

Weight                                              15kg

MAP   $  2,995.00

ARTERA SOLUS

"QUAD-IN-ONE"

crisp, clean aesthetic ...carried forward from past to present

ARTERA SOLUS    Solid State Integrated Amplifier

The Artera Solus - a multi-tasking hi-fi system packed into a single sleek and sophisticated box, combining a CD transport, DAC, pre-amplifier, and power amplifier in a single compact chassis, with extensive connectivity options including Bluetooth connectivity.

Classics For The Modern Age
The Artera range combines the qualities that have made Quad one of Britain’s most revered hi-fi marques for many decades with fresh industrial design and the very latest high-performance audio technologies. 

 

Artera’s crisp, clean aesthetic both evokes Quad’s past and looks forward to the future, with a textured aluminum front panel, thick glass top and CNC-routed heat sinks on either side. The housing provides a rugged structure that resists interference from external vibrations, while the facia of each player incorporates an intuitive touch-sensitive control, contributing greatly to its sleek design.

Hi-Res Compatibility
Despite their attractive simplicity, the three Artera components deliver exceptional sophistication beneath the skin. At the heart of the Artera Solus nestles the ESS Sabre32 9018; a 32-bit, eight-channel hybrid multi-bit Delta-Sigma DAC considered by many to be the finest D/A converter chip available for stereo sound. 

 

This is Quad’s first series to utilise the ESS Sabre DAC, and external digital sources can benefit from its exceptional quality via a range of digital inputs. These include USB, with support for PCM data up to 32-bit/384kHz and also DSD64/128/256, ensuring the Artera Play, and Artera Solus are fully equipped to make the most of today’s hi-res music formats, as well as future advances in ultra-high-definition digital sound.

 

Filters To Suit Every Ear
For CD replay, a new slot-loading mechanism buffers data from the disc before feeding it asynchronously (in order to minimise time domain errors known as ‘jitter’) to the DAC section. Four digital filter options enable users to tailor the Artera Play’s, and Solus's sound, with both CDs and external digital sources, to suit personal taste and the nature of the source material.
Each player within the series features a preamp section which boasts a balanced Class A output stage. Two coaxial and two optical inputs cater for external digital sources alongside the USB input, with a pair of RCA phono inputs handling analogue sources. Analogue outputs are supplied in both single-ended RCA and balanced XLR varieties; a pair of digital outputs (optical and coaxial) and a 12V trigger output complete a comprehensive array of connectivity options.

MAP   $  2,495.00 

General Description    

CD Player, DAC, Preamp, Integrated amp & Bluetooth Connectivity
Key Technology & Features        DSD (up to DSD256 Compatible)

                                                         BIuetooth (aptX)
Audio File Formats                       ALAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, WMA, MP3, AAC,

                                                        AAC­-HE, AAC+, DSD64, DSD128, DSD256
D/A Converter                               ESS ES9018 32bit DAC
USB Input                                      USB B (PC / MAC)
Digital Audio Inputs                     2 x Optical TOSI ink, 2 x RCA(DIG1, DIG2)
Digital Audio Outputs                  1 x Optical TOSI ink, 1 x RCA (DIG)
Analogue Inputs                           2 x RCA (AUX1, AUX2)
Analogue Outputs                        2 x RCA, 2 x Balanced XLR, 6.3mm HP Jack
Speaker Outputs                          2 x Speaker Binding Post Terminals
Sample Rate (USB B)                    44.1 kHz, 48kHz, 88.2 kHz, 176.4kHz,                                                                      192kHz, 384kHz
Sample Rate
(Input / Output)        44.1 -192kHz
Standby Power Consumption     <0.5W

Pre-Amplifier Section    
Output Level (1 kHz)                     Variable Output    0 - 4 Vrms (Pre Outputs)
                                                                                          0 - 8 Vrms (Balanced Outputs)
Frequency Response                    20Hz-20kHz, 1 kHz (± 0.2dB)
Total Harmonic Distortion           <0.002% (20Hz-20kHz)
Signal to Noise Ration(S/N)          > 103dB (1 kHz) 
                                                          > 110dB (A Weighted, 1 kHz)
Channel Separation                       > 100dB (1 kHz)

Power Amplifier Section    
Rated Power Output                     2 x 84W (8ohm) / 2 x 140W (4ohm)

Dynamic power                              <1% THD, 8/4/2/1ohm : 105W / 197W /                                                                    303W / 170W
Frequency Response                    ± 0.5dB (20Hz-20kHz, 1 kHz)

                                                         ±    1dB (1Hz-60kHz, 1 kHz)
Total Harmonic Distortion           <0.009% (1 OW 20Hz-20kHz)
Signal to Noise Ration(S/N)          > 100dB (A Weighted,ref.75W)
Channel Separation                       >   82dB (A Weighted,ref.1 W)
Dynamic Range A-wtd                   98dB
Power Requirement                      230V
Dimensions                                     320 x 320 x 105mm
Net Weight                                      11.84kg

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