Is the Accuphase e-560 an instrumentation amplifier?
Like all new Accuphase amplifiers, the E-560 is built on what Accuphase calls instrumentation amplifier principle. In theory this is significant as it allows for fully balanced signal paths, in practice not so much.
How many watts per channel is the Accuphase e-560?
The E-560 is Class A integrated amplifier from Japan and rated at a conservative 30 watts per channel into 8 ohms, 60 into 4 and 120 into 2 and 150 watts into 1 ohm. Accuphase amplifiers are notorious for being able to handle tough 1 ohm loads.
Is the Yamaha e-560 the best integrated amplifier?
In fact the E-560 is the best integrated amplifier I have ever heard, regardless the price tag. Finesse, clarity, extremely good separation of voice and instruments, very powerful, with incredible reserves of power. For many years I was exciting about class A amplifiers.
What is the difference between E-550 and e-560?
IMO, the main difference between E-560 and E-550 is the speed, control of the bass, and more neutral sound. For example I was very impressed for the speed of the E-450. In the same way I was more years ago impressed about E-550 delicacy, musicality and tube-alike sound. Now, let’s imaginary put E-550 and E-560 in a blender and that’s E-560 !
What do you think about the c-2410 from Accuphase?
You have to listen to it. The C-2410 preamplifier from Accuphase is a big, full size device. It is as big as the integrated amplifier E-213, its weight is also nearly the same, what tells much about the construction of the preamplifier.
What is Accuphase and how does it work?
Accuphase is different – it enjoys the even, slightly softens the attack, but not in an easy way, because there is no lack of precision, but the whole transmission is a bit softer, and even more vivid. It was similar with the re-edition of the disc The Köln Concert Keith Jarrett (ECM [Japan], UCCE-9011, gold-CD), that is softer than the original.