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EAR Integrated Amplifiers

 

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EAR 834

Winner of The Absolute Sound Golden EAR Award! 

Push-pull stereo integrated amplifier. 50 Watts per channel into 4, 8, or 16 Ohms. Uses 6L6, EL34, or KT66 output tubes. Self-biasing. Six line inputs and one tape output.

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EAR 8L6

This version of the EAR 834 can be used as an integrated amp or a power amp. No connection required between pre-out and amp-in jacks. 50 Watts per channel into 4, 8, or 16 Ohms. Uses 6L6, EL34, or KT66 output tubes. Self-biasing. Six line inputs and one tape output.

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EAR 899

Push-pull stereo integrated amplifier. 70 Watts per channel into 4, 8, or 16 ohms. The EAR 899 can be configured as an integrated amplifier or a power amplifier. Uses KT90 output tubes.  Self-biasing. Six line inputs and one tape output. 

 
 
 

EAR 869

Single-ended amplifier that can be used as an integrated or power amp. No connection required between pre-out and amp-in jacks. 13 Watts per channel into 4, 8, or 16 ohms. Uses EL519 output tubes. Self-biasing. Six line inputs and one tape output.

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EAR V12

Push-pull stereo integrated amplifier operating in enhanced triode mode. 50 Watts per channel into 4, 8, or 16 ohms. Uses EL84 output tubes (6 per channel). Self-biasing. Six line inputs and one tape output.

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EAR Power Amplifiers

 
 
 

EAR 861

Push-pull power amplifier operating in pure Class A, enhanced triode mode. Zero overall negative feedback. 32 Watts per channel stereo (bridgeable to 64 watts mono) into 4, 8, or 16 ohms. Uses EL519 output tubes. Self-biasing. Balanced and unbalanced operation.

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EAR 534

Push-pull power amplifier. 50 Watts per channel stereo (bridgeable to 100 watts mono) into 4, 8, or 16 ohms. Uses 6L6, EL34, or KT66 output tubes. Self-biasing. Balanced and unbalanced operation. Available with black or chrome faceplate.

 
 
 

EAR 890

Push-pull power amplifier. 70 Watts per channel stereo (bridgeable to 140 watts mono) into 4, 8, or 16 ohms. Uses KT90 output tubes. Self-biasing.Balanced and unbalanced operation.

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EAR 509

Professional monoblock amplifiers. 100 Watts per channel into 4, 8, or 16 ohms. Available with either RCA or true balanced inputs. No feedback used on the transformer secondary. Entirely stable into any load.

 

 

EAR Preamplifiers

 

 
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EAR 912

A studio-grade preamplifier. Two phono inputs, both with switchable gain and input impedance.

Transformer-coupled line stage with both balanced and unbalanced outputs. Two balanced line inputs, plus three unbalanced and a tape loop. Selection via reed relays. Meters give useful visual correlation of levels and ensure that phono gain settings are optimal. Contains five PCC88 tubes

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EAR 868

The EAR 868 is a fully balanced, transformer-coupled design, offering balanced and single-ended connections at input and output. It also offers a tape loop, remote control of volume, and several load/gain selections for the phono stage.

Please see the extraordinary Reviews on the 912, on which the 868 is modeled.

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EAR 834L

Line-level preamplifier. Five line inputs plus tape monitor circuit. Available in deluxe chrome or economical “black box” versions.

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EAR 834P

Switchable moving magnet/moving coil phono preamplifier. Available in deluxe chrome or economical “black box” versions.

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EAR 88PB

Switchable moving magnet/moving coil phono preamplifier. Volume control allows direct connection to power amplifier. A buffer stage follows the volume control, using an output transformer which provides balanced or single-ended output at low impedance to drive long cables. Two inputs, one with switchable gain and input impedance (internal). Mono/stereo switch.

 

 

Other EAR Components

 

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EAR MC4

Step-up transformer, designed to provide moving-coil capability to a preamp that has a phono stage with insufficient gain, or to upgrade an existing phono stage. Four inputs, with voltage gain at x10, x20, x30, and x40.

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EAR HP4

Headphone amplifier. Accommodates four pairs of headphones, two high impedance and two low impedance. Single-ended and balanced inputs and outputs. Controls include on/off switch for headphone outputs and mute switch for amplifier.

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