Wyred 4 Sound mINT Integrated Amplifier

CHF1.750,00 CHF1.624,88 excl. VAT


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With a built-in DAC, powerful headphone amp, small footprint and plenty of honors from the audio industry press, what’s not to like about our mini-Integrated Amp? Sporting a top-tier ESS DAC, the mINT supports 24 bit 192kHz streaming through S/PDIF inputs and 24 bit 96kHz via USB. Configurable analog inputs and outputs round out this unit as a one-size-fits-all solution. On the amplification side, the mINT uses compact and efficient amp technology to deliver 100 watts per channel at 8 ohms, controlling large speakers with ease. A sweet little unit that’s won awards from Tone Audio magazine, 6 Moons and Home Theater Review among others, a mINT is sure to get your system in mint condition!

 

     

 


mINT Features:
  • Built-in ESS Sabre DAC
  • 24/96kHz USB input
  • 24/192 Toslink and Coaxial input
  • No drivers required
  • 2 sets of gold plated unbalanced (RCA) inputs
  • 2 sets of gold plated unbalanced (RCA) outputs (For use with a powered sub, etc.)
  • 100 watt per channel power amp (8 ohms)
  • Differential design
  • Headphone amp
  • Fully functional remote control
  • 12V DC Trigger input (to automatically activate HT Bypass mode)
  • 12V DC Trigger output
  • Home Theater bypass
  • Extremely low noise floor
  • True Resistive-Ladder volume control
  • Extremely low Idle power consumption
  • Rugged construction
  • ½” Machined and anodized front panel
  • 66kΩ input impedance
  • External selectable mains 115/230VAC
  • Compact size (8”W x3.5”H x 8”D)
  • 9 lbs.
  • Covered by a 5 YEAR WARRANTY

 

 

mINT Specs:
  • Typical THD+N 8Ω (10W out): 0.004%
  • Power Output 8Ω @ 0.2% THD+N: 102W
  • Power Output 8Ω @ 1.0% THD+N: 111W
  • Power Output 4Ω @ 0.2% THD+N: 170W
  • Power Output 4Ω @ 1.0% THD+N: 187W
  • IMD (CCIF): 0.0002%
  • Transient Inter modulation (TIM): 0.003%
  • Output Idle Noise: <70µV
  • Efficiency 4Ω: 81% @ 170W
  • Efficiency 8Ω: 80% @ 100W
  • Frequency Response 20Hz-20kHz: ± 0.2db
  • Lower Bandwidth: 1.5Hz (All Loads)
  • Dynamic Range: 119db
  • Gain: 0-33db
  • Sensitivity: 0.65V
  • Output Impedance: 0.018Ω
  • Min Load: 3Ω
  • Dampening Factor (100Hz 8Ω): >500​
  • Max Output Current: 20A
  • Channel Tracking: < ± 0.060db​
  • Crosstalk (20Hz-20kHz): >83db
  • Idle Power Consumption: 20w

Pre-amp Stage

  • Fixed Out THD (2V In/Out): 0.002%
  • Max Preout Level (0.1% THD): 4.5V
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz: ± 0.020db
  • Output Noise: <30µV
  • Unbalanced Input Impedance: 66kΩ
  • Output Impedance (Pre Out): 100Ω

Digital In/ Fixed Out

  • Gain: 24db
  • Noise: <30µV
  • THD+N: <0.005%
  • Channel Tracking: ± 0.015db
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz: ± 0.045db

Headphone Output

  • 32Ω Load: 720mW @ 0.1% THD+N
  • 300Ω Load: 132mW @ 0.1%TDH+N
  • 600Ω Load: 60mW @ 0.1% THD+N

 

 

Kimber Wire/WBT binding post upgrade:

WBT nextgen® binding post
Under the Select Options dropdown, you can choose to upgrade the internal wiring and binding posts of your mINT! We replace our usual OFC internal wiring with premium Kimber TCX wire, a 14 ga. multi-gauge/multi-strand OFC wire for improved transparency and sound. We also replace our normal binding posts with high-end, German-made WBT nextgen® binding posts for a better fit and connection. Consider this upgrade to maximize the performance of your mINT.

 

 Reviews:

 

Wyred4Sound mINT vs Peachtree Nova125 – a review of sorts.
The first thing that grabbed my attention was TIGHTER B A S S.
JOHN DARKO
— DIGITAL AUDIO REVIEW

The Wyred4Sound mINT is the perfect solution for music lovers wanting great sound that have a reasonable budget and want to maximize space, i.e. not have a giant rack full of audio gear.
ANDRE MARC
— TONE AUDIO

Here is a most versatile and satisfying performer that I can see as the heart of a fine computer-driven desktop system, or, as I used it, as a small office system with both analog- and computer-derived sources.
WAYNE GARCIA
— THE ABSOLUTE SOUND

Even if you have a big, tricked-out system already but are looking to spice up, say, an office or a den, the mINT is worth a look.
ANDREW ROBINSON
— HOME THEATER REVIEW

The mINT (short for “mini integrated”) is a virtuoso when it comes to versatility
DAVID ABRAMSON
— STEREO TIMES

Be a snob and spend a mint. Or be smart and stop at a mINT. Cute? Sure is. But still true.
SRAJAN EBAEN
— 6MOONS