JBL celebrates its 75th anniversary with the SA750 Integrated Amplifier

The design borrows from JBL amps from the 60s and 70s.
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JBL SA750

JBL is marking a major milestone this year as it celebrates its 75th anniversary and to commemorate the occasion, the company has revealed its retro-inspired SA750 Integrated Amplifier. Borrowing design elements from the JBL SA600 and SA660, the SA750 seamlessly blends the digital and analog audio worlds with features like high-output Class G amplification technology, Chromecast and AirPlay 2 support, a high-resolution DAC, switchable MM/MC phono inputs, UPnP wireless support, MQA decoding, and Ethernet and WiFi connectivity. It also includes optical and coaxial inputs, six pairs of analog RCA inputs, two pairs of binding-post speaker connectors, a front-panel 3.5mm aux input, a 3.5mm headphone output, and one stereo RCA preamp output. 

Available this April.


$3,000, jbl.com

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