SMSL

SMSL DA-1 High Resolution Power Amplifier

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Precision Power in a Compact Form

Meet the SMSL DA-1—a power-packed amplifier that boasts a hefty 65Wx2 of output power. Designed for audiophiles who crave impeccable sound, it seamlessly integrates left and right speaker outputs with RCA inputs, ensuring a superior listening experience. Carving its niche in the enthusiast amplifier landscape, the DA-1 stands out as a testament to precision engineering and thoughtful design on a budget.

A chip off the old block

Harnessing the power of the American imported TI power amplifier, the DA-1's digital amplifier chip (ТРА3118) delivers a robust and reliable performance every time you power up.

Ear-friendly startup

Nobody enjoys the jarring pop sound some amplifiers produce at startup. That’s where the POP sound control circuit comes in, ensuring a smooth and pop-free start to protect your ears.

Small but mighty

Size isn’t everything, especially when it comes to the DA-1. Its extremely small footprint (roughly 4" x 4") offers more flexibility in placement without compromising on power or quality.

Quality in design

A short signal path might seem like a simple feature, but it's crucial for top-notch sound quality. SMSL's design ensures the purest and most direct audio signal path.

Product highlights

  • American imported TI power amplifier with ТРА3118 chip
  • POP sound control for a pop-free start
  • High current adapter for dynamic audio response
  • Compact design for flexible placement
  • Short signal path for enhanced sound quality

Specs

  • Output power: 65Wx2(4Ω)
  • Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz
  • THD+N: 0.03%
  • Channel separation: 98dB(1kHz)
  • Input sensitivity: 530mVrms
  • SNR: 102dB
  • Power consumption: 36W
  • Standby power: <0.5W
  • Dimensions: 3.78×1.2×4.01 inches (96×30.5×102mm)
  • Weight: 0.51lbs (0.23kg)

What's included

  • SMSL DA-1 High Resolution Power Amplifier
  • Power Adapter
  • User Manual

Featured reviews

"I thought 'There is no way a $50 amp can sound good' and I was wrong. For $50 you're gonna have a great little amplifier that's gonna sound better than your Crosley turntable." -Forever Analog

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