The new MKII variation of Burson's Soloist SL headphone amplifier now offers a huge 2.5 watts-per-channel of power at 16 ohms, enabling it to easily drive any headphone in the world. Operating in Pure Class A, for the cleanest audio efficiency, the Soloist SL MKII is handcrafted in Australia using just the best parts, including Dale resistors, Elna caps, a 25-watt low noise transformer, and Burson's Supreme Noise Audio Op-amp circuitry. ust like the Soloist, the Soloist SL MKII is completely discrete in design. No incorporated circuits are used. It features the exact same 21-component Field Impact Transistor input stage and the exact same discrete power supply network as the original. Assembled with the exact same high-end parts and running in pure 'Class A,' the Soloist SL MKII brings the exact same organic and transparent sonic signature. Measuring just 5.5" broad, 3.1" high, and 8.2" deep, The Soloist SL MKII sits elegantly on any desktop. But it provides two-watts per channel into 16 ohms, making it among the most effective headphone amps in the world. It is capable of driving most if not all headphones to their full capacity. Paired with a two-level gain switch, it offers a huge amount of flexibility.
2.5W per channel into 16 ohm
25W low noise transformer
'Class A' operation
Ultra-clean power supply with discrete (IC free) low noise regulator technology
Dimensions: 5.5" wide, 3.1" high, and 8.2" deep