Exposure’s New Additions To The 3510 Series
British audio company Exposure released the 3510 pre and power amplifiers.
Exposure released two products: the 3510 preamplifier and the 3510 stereo power amplifier. They are the latest additions to the 3510 Series after the Applause Award-winning 3510 integrated amp.
The 3510 series served as replacements for Exposure’s 3010 Series, and with the new additions, we might be saying goodbye to the 3010 Series completely.
Here’s what you need to know about the new additions to the 3510 Series.
The Exposure 3510 Pre Amplifier
The 3510 Pre Amplifier comes with 6 line inputs or five if you include the optional phono card, two main out (RCA), and one tape output. According to Exposure, they used high-quality relays for the input source selection, while audio output stages use discrete transistor class A output buffers.
Users can also choose between fixed or variable gain on the AV input, allowing configuration as either a regular stereo input or a fixed gain home cinema input.
The 3510 preamp also includes all discrete transistors in the gain stage with a hybrid power supply circuit designed to ensure low noise on the supply rails to the gain stage. Furthermore, input switching and volume tracking of the PCB have reduced crosstalk thanks to optimization.
The 3510 Stereo Power Amplifier
The 3510 Stereo Power Amplifier delivers 110W RMS per channel into 8 Ohms, making it ideal for driving difficult speaker loads. Users should also expect enhanced linearity, lower distortion at high power output, and extra smoothing to the power supply.
Pricing Of The 3510 Pre And Power Amplifiers
Both amps retail at £1,590 each (incl. VAT) and come in black or titanium.