JBL took inspiration from vintage amps from the 60s and 70s and introduced the modern SA750. The device has an old-school look, offering a monochrome display, physical switches, and veneer trim on the sides. Simultaneously, the amplifier supports protocols such as Apple AirPlay 2 and Google Chromecast and is also equipped with a Wi-Fi module.

From the connection interfaces, six pairs of analog RCA inputs, an additional 3.5 mm input, two optical and two coaxial digital inputs, and USB and Ethernet are available. The amplifier can deliver up to 220 watts of power per channel (when connecting 4-ohm acoustics). JBL SA750 is estimated at $ 3000. The new product will go on sale in May.

In addition to the amplifier, you can buy a couple of speakers, JBL L100 Classic 75, which are also made in retro style. They are equipped with 25mm tweeters, 125mm midrange drivers, and 300mm woofers. The speakers will cost users $5500 per pair.

Sources: The verge, Harman (one, 2)

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