Cambridge Audio C100
¥ 200,000 (sold on November 21, 1990)
A control amplifier developed using the latest technology.
The circuit board is designed with computers and is designed for efficient signal transmission.
High-class potentiometer is used for the volume.
A toroidal transformer is used for the power supply section.
In addition to two line inputs and phono inputs, two tape inputs and two phono inputs are available for both MC and MM.
Remote switches are used for all input selectors so that signals can pass through at the shortest distance to prevent sound quality degradation and crosstalk.
There are two outputs, active and passive.
Use the passive output for normal output and the active output for long distances to active speakers or power amps.
If a record defeat circuit is installed and you select a recording without connecting it to the recording output, the playback signal will pass through as it is.
By eliminating the tone control circuit, unnecessary coloring is eliminated.
Equipped with a dedicated circuit for headphones.
It also has a MUTE switch that can be turned ON to cut the preoutput.
|Maximum output voltage||11V|
|Input sensitivity||Phono MC:0.5mV
CD, Tuner, Tape : 300 mv
|Frequency characteristic||5 Hz to 130 kHz|
|Adaptive load impedance||2k Ω or less|
|Signal-to-noise ratio||Phono MC:75dB
CD, Tuner, Tape : 94 dB
|External dimensions||Width 430x Height 85x Depth 316 mm|