18. June 2013 · Write a comment · Categories: Hifi News · Tags:

Funjoe of Clones Audio, whose 25i gainclone integrated amplifier Hifi Pig reviewed and gave a “Recommended” award to inCLONES_AP1 April, has been in touch to tell us about the launch of the company’s first standalone preamplifier the AP1.

The AP1 has the same chassis as the 25i integrated, has 3 line-level inputs, 1 line level output (with the option of adding another) and comes with a 5 year warranty.

Price is $549 for the 230v version and $569 for the 115v version.

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