DICE Electronics ITPA-220 IPod Tube Amplifier

Posted: Aug 17 2007, 9:16am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:23am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
DICE Electronics iTPA-220 iPod Tube Amplifier
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DICE Electronics is launching a new iPod tube amplifier system aimed at audiophiles in September for a not so high-end price of $299. The amp will charge your iPod as you play it so you are never out of power.

A video output is included for the iPod Video and the amp has an auxiliary input for additional audio devices like your computer or other MP3 player.

The amp ships with a remote control and uses a 2 x 20 watt solid state amplifier, 4” mid/bass driver and a 1” dome tweeter. Dual 6N3 tubes in the preamplifier add warmth and richness to the sound. Looking at the design I would worry about the tubes being simply placed in the front like that. Seems they could be easily broken.

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