- Written by John E. Johnson, Jr.
- Published on 29 October 2012
In the past, we reviewed the Pass Labs XP-20 and XP-30 stereo preamplifiers. Now, we come full circle with a review of the remaining member of their preamplifier trio, the XP-10, which is the least expensive model. It is fully balanced, and has a slightly different sound character compared to the other two, which also sound different from one another. All three are great products, so you can choose based on price and/or sound characteristics.
- Design: Fully Balanced Stereo Preamplifier
- Maximum Voltage Output: 20 Volts RMS
- MFR: 2 Hz - 60 kHz, - 3 dB
- Inputs: Two Pairs XLR (Inputs 1 and 2), Three Pairs RCA (Inputs 3, 4, and 5; Input 5 is for Home Theater Pass-through with Unity Gain)
- Outputs: One Pair XLR, One Pair RCA
- Input Impedance: 96 kOhm XLR, 48 kOhm RCA
- Output Impedance: 1 kOhm XLR, 150 Ohms RCA
- Dimensions: 4" H x 17" W x 12" D
- Weight: 27 pounds
- MSRP: $5,250
- Pass Labs
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