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Article: Boulder 1100 Series Preamplifier and Power Amplifier Review

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"hopefully Boulder ceases this opportunity to become a class leader in this regard"

 

Think you mean "seizes"? (damn spell checker 😉)

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Basically unobtainium for me, but enjoyed the read. Good to see the designers are willing to push outside the box with the new AC connector & interesting choice of I/O switch. Makes it appear they're open to new ways of doing things - even if it's routine components.

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40 minutes ago, Lobbster said:

Basically unobtainium for me, but enjoyed the read. Good to see the designers are willing to push outside the box with the new AC connector & interesting choice of I/O switch. Makes it appear they're open to new ways of doing things - even if it's routine components.

Agreed! I have to say, after spending some time with the Boulder team at their factory they are building stuff for the future and the next generation of audiophiles... very much a forward thinking company and this current generation of products really rocks! The factory is unbelievable!

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On 1/1/2019 at 1:58 PM, Lobbster said:

Good to see the designers are willing to push outside the box with the new AC connector & interesting choice of I/O switch. Makes it appear they're open to new ways of doing things - even if it's routine components.

Boulder actually started using the 32 Amp AC connector in 1997 with the introduction of the 2000 series.

32A-Power-Connector-Explanation.pdf

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