Integrated Amplifiers

An integrated amplifier (pre/main amp) is an electronic device containing an audio preamplifier and power amplifier in one unit, as opposed to separating the two. Most modern audio amplifiers are integrated and have several inputs for devices such as CD players, DVD players, and auxiliary sources. (Source).

Linear Tube AudioZOTL10 integrated amplifier

Transformerless ZOTL stereo tube amplifier 

“The Linear Tube Audio Z10 is a very special amplifier, and one I won’t soon forget. It combines the allure of tubes with the precision of a solid-state amp.”  Steve Guttenberg / CNET

“I would put the Z10 Integrated up against anything I’ve ever heard with a high degree of confidence.” Audiogon: User ghasley

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Linear Tube AudioZOTL 40 Reference Amplifier

Transformerless ZOTL stereo tube amplifier 

“The ZOTL40 Reference manages to tip-toe the line between a classic tube sound, and a modern, solid-state A/B amplifier; and does so while being dead silent. Yep, you read that correctly. Silent.” — Positive Feedback

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