Pass Labs Launches Two New Amps at CES 2015

pass-lab-0115Pass Laboratories will launch two integrated amplifiers at CES this week — the INT-60 and INT-250. Both are based on Pass Labs’ INT-30A design and the 60-watt INT-60 works best with speakers of 87dB efficiency or greater, features the same power supply and output stages of the INT-30A, along with a really cool glowing meter, as found on Pass Labs’ Point 8 amplifiers. In addition, it has direct access buttons for the four inputs on the faceplate, a digital level display, plus a volume control knob and mute button. On the back are four line-level inputs, a line-level output, and two pairs of Furutech speaker binding posts.

The new INT-250 ups the wattage from the INT-150’s 150 watts to 250 watts per channel. The INT-250 is optimized for use with speaker loads of 86dB efficiency or less. Like the INT-60, the INT-250 features the same power supply and output stages, along with the iconic glowing meter as found on Pass Labs’ Point 8 amplifiers. It too features four line-level inputs, a line-level output, and two pairs of Furutech speaker binding posts. As with the INT-60, there are Direct Access buttons for the four inputs on the faceplate and a digital level display, in addition to a Volume Control knob and a Mute button.

The INT-60 ($9,000) and INT-250 ($12,000) will ship in February. Here are all the specs.