Exposure XXV RC Regulated Integrated AmplifierExposure
This is an excellent British integrated amplifier rivaling some other Hi-fi faves like Creek and Naim. Reviewed as neutral and transparent, as most of their products. Exposure has a rich design history dating back to 1974, and beginning with guitar amp designs for Bowie and Pink Floyd. It has been tested and is in perfect working condition. There was an optional phono stage for this model.
"But does it play music! Spin rock or dance tracks and the gets down to business in no-nonsense fashion, with rhythm sections beautifully paced, plus excellent projection of frontline performers and a glorious sting and sizzle in the high percussion. It sounds free and unrestrained, throwing up big sonic pictures between, around and beyond your speakers and placing performers within them in totally natural fashion. With jazz or classical pieces (or indeed any recording of mainly acoustic instruments) it's wonderful: the combination of open, spacious perspective and the timbral accuracy giving a life like presentation without over-stressing any one component. Small-scale jazz has a knockout 'in the room' feel, while the power and insight the can muster for big bands or full-whack orchestral pieces belies that 'only 55W output."
Cosmetically, it is in good condition with come minor scratches on the back and on the sides, but nothing front facing (See photos). The "Record" knob has been replaced with a knew knob directly from Exposure. There is no difference between between the knobs and all lights are fully functional. Also, Some of the RCA inputs have been replaced. See photos.
Power: 55 W
Number of Channels: 2
Number of Outputs: 1
Number of Inputs: 6
Audio Inputs: Stereo L/R RCA
Audio Outputs: Banana Speaker Jacks
Model: XXC RC
Type: Integrated Amplifier