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Hybrid Audio Amplifier Blends Tube Tone with Class D Power and Bluetooth Streaming

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  • Hybrid Audio Amplifier Blends Tube Tone with Class D Power and Bluetooth Streaming

    DAYTON, OH (January 8, 2019) – The Dayton Audio HTA20BT hybrid stereo tube amplifier combines the power of solid-state Class D amplifier topology with the smooth tone of a vacuum tube preamp. The results are a delightfully articulate yet smooth sound that is sure to please even the most refined ears.
    The Dayton Audio HTA20BT amplifier utilizes dual 6F1 vacuum tubes along with the efficient TDA7491HV to provide an unparalleled audio experience. The subtle character and tone introduced by the tube preamp stage creates a different kind of listening experience that softens the harshness of digital audio files.
    With a power rating of 12 watts per channel at 4 ohms and an astonishing THD of <0.1%, the clear quality sound is ideal for any audio listening application. Packed with features like Bluetooth 4.2, professional 5-way binding posts, dual rear mounted RCA inputs, subwoofer and headphone audio outputs as well as a built in USB media player makes the HTA20BT truly an unbeatable value.
    About Dayton Audio

    For more than 20 years, Dayton Audio has been a leading supplier for audio and video, combining real-world design with high-tech manufacturing techniques to offer some of the finest consumer electronic products today. Every Dayton Audio product is designed and engineered in the USA to provide the highest level of performance and value, backed by industry-leading warranties and support. Dayton Audio products can be purchased through authorized resellers including Parts Express (parts-express.com). Visit us online at www.daytonaudio.com.

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