LSA Group Updates, Renames Hybrid Amplifier


The LSA Group's hybrid integrated amplifier is now known as LSA Standard instead of DK Reference MKIII, and features an industrial design.

May. 24, 2007 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The Tennessee-based manufacturer LSA Group has updated its DK Reference MKIII hybrid integrated amplifier with features that include a new updated industrial design, coupling capacitors, speaker binding posts, and a variable line-out for the use with a subwoofer.

The new amp will also bear the new name of LSA Standard, and like its predecessor, the amp incorporates a tubed pre-amp section and a solid-state amplifier section that utilizes two toroidal transformers. The industrial look includes a silver finish with black accents.

The unit is rated to deliver 150 watts of power into 8 ohms and its inputs include one balanced, three RCA and one phono for old-school vinyl enthusiasts.

Other specs include dimensions of 17 x 9.25 x 19.5 inches, and a weight of 78 pounds.

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