50W continuous output into 8-Ohm loads, 500W peak into 1-Ohm.
Zinc and aluminium anti-resonance casework.
DIN and RCA phono inputs.
Can be used with a wide range of interconnect and loudspeaker cables.
Remote control handset.
Analogue inputs : 4
Input sensitivities : 225mV, 20kOhm
Output level, tape : 225mV, 100 Ohm
Power output (into 8 Ohms) : 50W per channel
Overload margin, all inputs, all audio frequencies :35dB
Mains supply : 230V/50Hz
Dimensions (H x W x D) : 70 x 432 x 301mm
Finish : Black
The most conspicuous aspects of the sound of music are its flux and flow: its comings and goings, its pauses and forward momentums. Through my speakers, the Naim NAIT 5i did flux and flow (melody and tempo) as well as any amp I have used. It did scale and proportion better than my current reference integrated amplifier, the Line Magnetic LM518, or the Rogue Audio Sphinx It had texture out the yin-yang. It provided above-average weight and body. It had an exceptionally good-sounding headphone amp. It played all types of music in exciting and enjoyable fashion