The FMJ A22 integrated amplifier is built around the unique architecture Arcam developed for the award winning Alpha 10 amplifier which has caught the imagination of the hi-fi world. Never before has an amplifier offered such a combination of high performance and upgrade potential from a common platform. The A22 gives you the option of adding a DAVE (Digital Audio Video Entertainment) home cinema module to turn the A22 into the heart of a state-of-the-art AV system. Alternatively you can fit a MARC (Multi Area Remote Control) multi-room module and use the A22 as a control centre for a 5 zone music distribution system.
The FMJ A22 is built for sound quality first and foremost. Its massive power supply can deliver effortless performance. Power is rated at 100 watts per channel into 8 Ohms but the amplifier can deliver an astonishing peak current of more than 20 Amps. Signal paths have been kept ultra short and audiophile quality components have been used throughout the design to ensure the most transparent performance.
The case uses a precision machined aluminium extrusion, a heavy gauge aluminium cover and steel chassis for maximum strength. This quality of construction gives additional benefits with reduced levels of microphony. The use of an aluminium cover also reduces low level magnetic field effects which can have a significant impact on an amplifier’s performance. The volume control knob is machined from solid metal and is carefully contoured to aid grip and control. The FMJ A22 amplifier has a matching power amplifier called the P25 for use in a high quality bi-amplified set-up. Together they produce a sound that is faithful and involving: amplification for the power and glory of the world’s finest music.
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Control the UPnP audio and basic function of this product with your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch and the FREE MusicLife App! The Arcam control app is now available on Android.
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