Blog: Cyrus adds the One HD Amplifier to its line up
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Cyrus adds the One HD Amplifier to its line up
Cyrus adds the One HD Amplifier to its line up.
Back in 2016 Cyrus launched the sucessful One integrated amplifer. The Cyrus One used a newer more contemporary design, rather than the more traditional Cyrus look.
While the One has analogue connectivity (including a phono stage) and aptX Bluetooth, the One HD expands on that with extra optical, asynchronous USB and coaxial inputs, linked to a 32bit DAC. The Bluetooth connectivity has also been upgraded to Qualcomm’s aptX HD specification.
The 100-watt-per-channel Cyrus One HD is an addition to the One series, not a successor.
The MM phono stage, based on principles of the brand’s Phono model, is now on its own isolated circuit board - and Cyrus says every part of the amplifier circuit and linear power supply have been subject to a reworking. The in-house designed hybrid Class D amplifier, for example, has been upgraded to a fourth-gen example.
There are three line-level RCA inputs too, one of which can be set to fixed gain to allow integration with a separate AV amplifier.
The Cyrus One HD Amplifier is priced at £999, compared to £699 for the Cyrus One.
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