Inspired by the vintage JBL SA600 and SA660 integrated amplifiers from the 1960’s and 1970’s, the new JBL SA750 features Class G amplification for sound performance and greater efficiency.

The JBL SA750 Integrated Amplifier features a retro-inspired milled aluminium face panel with volume, balance and input dials and hefty switches for power, mute, direct, MC/MM phono, and Dirac Live room calibration.

The face panel includes a 3.5mm Aux input and 3.5mm Headphones output, plus a 2-line orange display screen. The look is completed by classic teak-wood veneer side panels to match the new anniversary edition JBL L100 Classic 75 loudspeakers, which we featured yesterday.

JBL SA750 Integrated Amplifier

Retro Chic

The retro-chic of the JBL SA750 design is contrasted by modern high-output Class G amplification technology and streaming protocols including Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay 2. The SA750 also includes a high-resolution DAC, a switchable MM/MC phono input, support for UPnP wireless, full MQA file decoding, and is Roon Ready, plus lots of additional audio features including Dirac Live room calibration.

Class G Amplification

The heart of the JBL SA750 integrated amplifier is a high-performance Class G amplifier that delivers 120W of power per channel into 8Ω and 220W per channel into 4Ω. This Class G design provides quality and efficiency operating as a Class A amplifier for low level signals and switching in an additional power supply for large transients and dynamic waveforms.

Connections

Connectivity includes Ethernet and WiFi with UPnP for connecting to a home network; USB for playing files from removable memory drives; Ethernet and RS-232 serial control for third-party control systems; two optical and two coaxial digital inputs, and six pairs of analogue RCA inputs. The JBL SA750 features two pairs of binding-post speaker connectors, a front-panel 3.5mm auxiliary input, a 3.5mm headphone output, and one stereo RCA preamp output.

Price And Availability

The new JBL SA750 is priced at $3,000 with availability beginning in May 2021.

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