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The popular Lehmann Rhinelander headphone amplifier is based on the legendary Black Cube Linear by Lehmann audio, which is used by well-known industry professionals such as A.J. van den Hul, Andreas Spreer (TACET) and Maarten de Boer (The Masters). Now you can experience a huge part of the Linear's transparency, tonal balance and micro-detail, and at only a fraction of the cost. The Rhinelander is placed in the highly-competitive sector of ambitioned, budget-conscious, audiophile listeners.
Moreover, with some mild tweaks the Rhinelander can also be used as a single source pre-amplifier, like the superior Linear model. The Rhinelander is equipped with two inputs and a relays source selection. If you don't need the second line input, you can reconfigure the input jack to a output. All you need to do is to replace two jumpers.
Even with entry-level devices, Lehmannaudio puts a lot of effort into details.
|Maximum Gain:||6dB, 200dB|
(Jumper Selectable Inside)
|Frequency Response:||10Hz (-0.3dB) - 35kHz (-1dB)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio:||>95dB at 0dB Gain|
|Channel Separation:||>70dB / 10kHz|
|Power Consumption:||Appx. 3W, Via External A/C PSU|
|Audio Connectors:||Neutrik Headphone Jack 1/4" Plug|
RCA Jacks With Gold Plates Contacts
Line Output Is Muted When Headphones In Use
|Face Plate:||Andozied Aluminium, Black or Silver|