Made in England, Exposure has this week introduced a new line of electronics starting with their new 3510 integrated amplifiers. The 3510 integrated amplifier benefits from the technology used in its 5010 top-of-the-range series. The 3510 replaces the 3010 series and improves on the 3010S2D integrated amplifier.
The amplifier, available in black and titanium, has a claimed 110W/channel into 8 Ohms. There are six line inputs with an option to fit a MM or MC phono stage or a plug-in DAC. There is an AV function with the choice of fixed or variable gain, there is also a headphone output as well. Based on the Highly Recommended Exposure XM CD player we reviewed back in April, this really does look like an exciting addition to Exposure’s range. The Exposure 3510 integrated amplifier is available now, priced at £2,250 (incl. VAT). There is a three year guarantee.
The Full Specification is as follows from Exposure themselves.
Power output (stereo) – 110W per channel at 1kHz into 8 Ohms
Inputs (line) – Impedance 17K Ohms minimum
Power consumption – <400W, 8 Ohms load, both channels driven
Dimensions – 440mm (w) x 300mm (d) x 115mm (h)
Weight Gross – 14kg / Net 12kg
Pre-amplifier output – 1.9V for rated input (gain +18dB full volume)
Maximum output – 7.7V RMS @ 1kHz
Frequency response – 20Hz – 20kHz ± 0.5dB
Total harmonic distortion – <0.03% at rated output, ref. 1kHz
Signal to noise ratio – >100dB, ref. rated output
Channel separation – >60dB, 20Hz – 20kHz
Headphone Output impedance – <12 Ohms at 1kHz