Cyrus Audio One HD integrated amplifier

Integrated amplifiers
Cyrus One HD

   Overall, I like the sound of the Cyrus Audio One HD. It may not be the last word in pace and timing, but it more than makes up for that in precision, accuracy, and bass depth. The Speaker Impedance Detection circuit is a great move, too. Partnered properly (not too difficult, the amp can deliver up to 78A peak current into a loudspeaker, it makes a closer link between amp and speaker, and gets rid of many of those grumblings directed at Class D. At no time did I reach for the remote handset, either. In short, this might be the amp of tomorrow, today.


Type: Solid-state, two-channel integrated amplifier 

Analogue inputs: One MM phono input (via RCA jacks), three single-ended line-level inputs including AV bypass (via RCA jacks)

Digital inputs: Asynchronous USB 2.0 input – up to 32/192 signals, and DSD 64 and DSD 128
Optical Toslink digital input – up to 24/192 signals

Coaxial SPDIF digital input: up to 24/192 signals

aptX HD compatible Bluetooth audio

Analogue outputs: One pre-out pair (via RCA jacks)

Input impedance: 47kΩ

Output impedance (preamp): 47Ω

Headphone Loads: Recommended 32-330Ω)

Power Output: 100Wpc @ 6 Ohms 

Bandwidth: -3dB 6Hz-50kHz

Distortion: 1kHz 3rd power 6R <0.01%

Signal to Noise Ratio: 96dBA

Dimensions (H×W×D): 85 ×220 ×390mm

Weight: 5.6kg

Price: £999

Manufacturer: Cyrus Audio

Tel: +44(0)1480 435577


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