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Continual effective output 2W+2W/8Ω, 1W+1W/16Ω, 500mW+500mW/32Ω and 27mW+27mW/600Ω

Input sensitivity/input impedance

unbalanced: 1.0V/26KΩ and balanced: 1.0V/67KΩ

Total harmonic distortion 0.0025% (1KHz), 0.02% (20Hz~20KHz)

Frequency range 20Hz~20KHz (+0, - 0.1dB), 5Hz~170KHz (+0, - 3.0dB)

Signal-noise ratio 115dB (IHF-A)

Input/output

Input: 1 balanced pair, 1 unbalanced pair

Output: 2 headphone jacks and 1 through φ6.3 RCA jack

Power/dimension/weight: 19W/40 (W)

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That's a bit disappointing. It doesn't seem like a big upgrade over the P-1 if it can be called an upgrade at all.

I guess Luxman America's going to sell it for $3000, more because of where the yen is in relation to the dollar today than because of improvements made to the design.

For reference, these are the P-1 mkI specs

Continuous Rated Output

4W+4W/8Ω and 2W+2W/16Ω,

1W+1W/32Ω and 500mW+500mW/64Ω,

53mW+53mW/600Ω

Input Sensitivity / Impedance

1.0V/23KΩ balance 1.0V/66K

Total Harmonic Distortion

0.008% or less (1kHz), 0.025% or less (20~20kHz)

Frequency Response

20~20Hz (+0, - 0.1dB), 10~100kHz (+0, - 0.5dB)

Signal-To-Noise Ratio (IHF-A)

Above 108dB

Inputs

One pair of RCA sockets,

One pair of Balanced sockets on XLR.

Outputs

3 outlets - quarter inch standard headphone jacks

Attachments

Volume, Balance controls, Balance Control Bypass Switch, Input selector switch,

Power switch, power source on (protection) indicator,

Balanced & UnBalanced Inputs, Line Phase Sensor, AC inlet

Electric Power Consumption

31W

Dimensions W x H x D

16.4"(467)

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I got a email from on a higher note yesterday with the following information

"Luxman are replacing the P-1 reference headphone amplifier with the P-1u; another class A design, the P-1u features ODNF 3.0 and is more than four times quieter than its predecessor. We are expecting our first shipment of the P-1u in September @ $3,000; these are expected to sell out quickly as initial supplies will be limited."

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I got a email from on a higher note yesterday with the following information

"Luxman are replacing the P-1 reference headphone amplifier with the P-1u; another class A design, the P-1u features ODNF 3.0 and is more than four times quieter than its predecessor. We are expecting our first shipment of the P-1u in September @ $3,000; these are expected to sell out quickly as initial supplies will be limited."

Getting pretty expensive there. Wonder will the pricing on the original P1 will drop to 2k.

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