Vincent SA-31MK and SP-331MK Charlottetown PE
Vincent SA-31MK and SP-331MK
|By HE Staff |
All the info after the jump.
The SA-31MK is an upgrade from Vincent's SA-31. The output stage has two 6N16 vacuum tubes. The final output stage uses two more of the same tubes and functions in a pure Class A mode. The SA-31MK is analog only and features six RCA style inputs, and one record out.
The frequency response is a claimed 20 Hz to 50kHz +/- 0.5 dB.
Also announced is the SP-331MK amplifier. Up to 10 watts, the amp functions in a pure Class A mode. Above that, up to its claimed output of 150-watts per channel (8 ohms, 300 into 4), the 331MK functions in Class AB mode. Vincent claims this allows the SP-331MK to detail at low volumes while still being able to deliver high power when needed.
There are two SN16 tubes, along with a 12AU7 for the Class A power supply. As you can see in the image below, the caps and toroidal transformer are beefy, always a good thing. Frequency response is a claimed 10 Hz to 50 kHz +/- 0.5 dB and a THD of <0.1 % at 1 kHz at 1 watt.
CONTACT: vincent-tac.de / wsdistributing.com