EAT E Glo I Integrated Tube Amp. Pure Class A. Purity in the most Sophisticated Manner.
Now at True Audiophile
E-Glo I review in Stereophile
Ken Micallef's review of the E-Glo I integrated amplifier is now available onlineand in the December issue of Stereophile magazine.
"In its ability to create a supercharged musical presentation within a large soundstage populated by big images, allied to superb definition and resolution, with good tone, the E.A.T. E-Glo I gets so many things right in such a balanced, forceful presentation that I'd say it's worth its asking price. Enthusiastically recommended."
Two-channel, tubed, class-A integrated amplifier.
Tube complement: two 12AX7 & two 12AT7 signal tubes, four KT88 power tubes.
Inputs: five pair unbalanced line-level (RCA).
Outputs: Two sets of speaker posts, 4 and 8 ohm taps.
Output power: 35Wpc into 4–8 ohms (12.44–15.44dBW) Ultralinear; 18Wpc into 4–8 ohms (9.55–12.55dBW) triode.
Input sensitivity: 500mV for full output. Frequency range: 10Hz–50kHz ±0.5dB/5W.
Input impedance: 30k ohms.
THD: <0.05%/1kHz, 5W. Signal/noise: >95dB.
Dimensions: 19 5/8" (498.47mm) W × 7" (170mm) H × 16" (406mm) D. Weight: 66lb (30kg).
Finish: silver anodized aluminum with Macassar-veneered side panels.