Connecticut-based Krell have released the K-300i, the new and latest in a long line of their integrated amplifiers. The freshly developed amp circuit integrates the most recent version of Krell’s iBias technology, which brings Class A operation without the too much heat and power consumption of universal Class A designs.
The K-300i also features Krell Current Mode topology, with entirely differential circuitry from input to output. A 770VA transformer lies at the heart of the amp’s power supply. Power output is rated at 150W per channel into 8 ohms, doubling to 300W per channel into 4 ohms.
Two versions available: a traditional version with completely analogue inputs (RCA/XLR) and a wholly featured ‘digital’ version that adds digital inputs and streaming. The Krell K-300i is available in black or silver finish. The ‘classic’ analogue-only version has an MSRP $7,000 The ‘digital’ version with added digital inputs/streaming has MSR of $8,000 this is without question moving to turn a lot of audiophile heads – KRELL IS BACK!