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The Pacific Creek SE300I is a single-ended 300B integrated amplifier conservatively rated at 10 Watts per channel. Zero global negative feedback (NFB) ensures the most detailed reproduction of sound. Without NFB to cover up imperfections, all components had to be carefully chosen to achieve the technical specifications below. SE300I features labor-intensive point-to-point wiring, 5Z3 tube rectifier, double chassis with mirror treated stainless steel surface, and 8 mm (5/16") front and back panels. This integrated is different in that like the Conrad Johnson CAVs, the preamp section is passive.

 

The unit was designed in Washington state and built in China. It is impressive for its sound and the lack of NFB is nearly impossible to obtain in amplifiers. While it sounds wonderful and comes with Chinese and Soviet tubes, it is amenable to tube rolling to further refine the sound. I will also email a pdf of the manual.

 

Specifications:

 

  • Integrated amplifier with CD/TUNER/AUX1/AUX2 inputs
  • 10 Watts r.m.s. per channel
  • Zero global and local negative feedback
  • Point-to-point wiring
  • Potted transformers
  • 5Z3P tube rectifier
  • Choke input filter
  • 5-way binding posts for 4 and 8 Ohms speakers
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (T.H.D.) @ 1kHz, 8 Ohm:
    • Less than 1% at 6 Watts
    • Less than 2 % at 8 Watts
    • Less than 5% at 10 Watts
  • Tube Complements
    • 300B-98 x 2
    • 6P3 (Russian 6L6) or equivalent x 2
    • 12AU7 x 2
    • 5Z3P x 1 
  • Input Impedance: 47 KOhms
  • Power Source: 120VAC 
  • Power Consumption: 220 Watts
  • Dimension: 17" (W) x 15" (D) x 8" (H)
  • Weight: 68 lbs

 

Local pickup would be best given its weight, but I have packing to get it to you safely. $750 plus shipping to you. Please email any questions.

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