Arcam has quietly slipped out its Solo Uno all-in-one streaming amplifier.
Spotted up for preorder on several online hi-fi stores, the Arcam Solo Uno looks to be a faff-free way of getting your digital tunes out through a set of speakers.
The Solo Uno is a Class D streaming amplifier combines a small footprint (140 x 52 x 213mm – WxHxD) with attractive looks. Arcam possibly puts it better:
A compact streamer with a built-in amplifier the Solo Uno has an elegant, no-fuss feel about it, radiating a minimal style.
Thanks to that built-in amp, Ethernet and WiFi capabilities, and speaker outputs you’re pretty much ready to rock.
All you have to add is a pair of speakers (and a subwoofer if you want) and you’re golden.
The Uno’s Class D amp can push out 25W into 8 Ohms or double that at 4 Ohms.
You can send music to the Solo Uno wirelessly via Google Chromecast, Apple AirPlay 2 and UPnP – yup. there’s an accompanying app, too.
Additionally, the new Arcam streamer will work as a Roon endpoint.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
Preorders are being taken now for the Arcam Solo Uno, priced at £599.
- Frequency Response: 10Hz – 20kHz
- Signal-to-Noise-Ratio: (A-Weighted) 117dB
- Output Power: (1kHz, 1% THD, Two channels driven) 4kO 50W 8kO 25W
- AUX Input sensitivity: 2V
- Subwoofer Output Level: 2.1V
- Cross-over frequency 80Hz
- Power requirements: 100 – 240VAC, 50/60Hz
- Net Weight: 1.5kg
Visit Arcam for more information.