Rotel has released a new budget integrated amplifier whose circuitry is based on that used in the company’s 14 Series integrated amplifiers. The new Rotel A11 integrated amplifier has Class-AB output stage that Rotel rates with a power output of 50-watts per channel into 8Ω. The frequency response is rated as 10Hz–100kHz ±0.5dB and the signal-to-noise ratio as 100dB A-weighted. Both THD and IMD are claimed as being less than 0.03%.

The Rotel A11 has four line-level analogue inputs, a MM phono input and aptX Bluetooth for wireless audio streaming. A front panel display indicates volume and input status. In addition to two speaker outputs, the A11 also has a full-sized headphone socket on the front panel.

‘The Rotel A11 has a Rotel in-house custom-designed oversized toroidal transformer using steel and copper raw materials, sourced only from proven, trusted suppliers,’ said Sam Encel, of Interdyn, which distributes Rotel in Australia. ‘The resulting acoustic performance speaks for itself under all loading conditions with even the most demanding speakers.’

Available now in black and silver finishes, the Rotel A11 sells for $999 (RRP) complete with a supplied IR remote control.

For more information, contact Interdyn