Constellation AudioInspiration Stereo 1.0usedConstellation Audio Inspiration Stereo 1.0Bought this amp last month. Was planning on a second system but decided to consolidate. Resolution, transparency and detail are unmatched. Currently driving Magic S3/S1. Very rare to find a pie...7500.00

Constellation Audio Inspiration Stereo 1.0 [Expired]

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Bought this amp last month.  Was planning on a second system but decided to consolidate.  Resolution, transparency and detail are unmatched.  Currently driving Magic S3/S1.  Very rare to find a piece like this on the used market.  Unit will ship in original packaging.   Buyer pays flat fee of $150 shipping / FedEx insured to CONUS only.  Please add 3% for paypal.  On Agon, since 2006, buy with confidence.  


  • Inputs: 1 Constellation Direct XLR, 1 standard balanced XLR, 1 unbalanced RCA
  • Outputs: metal binding posts
  • Power output: 200 watts, 8Ω (1 kHz @ 1% THD+N), 400 watts, 4Ω (1 kHz @ 1% THD+N)
  • Gain: 14dB Constellation Direct, 26 dB Balanced & RC
  • Output noise: <70 ?V, 500 kHz BW, -116 dB @ 250 watts
  • Damping factor (8Ω load): 80
  • THD+N: <0.05%, 1 kHz @ up to 90% of rated power
  • Frequency response: 10 Hz to 80 kHz, +0/-0.5 dB
  • Signal-to-noise ratio: >-95 dB, A-weighted
  • Input impedance (balanced): 20 KΩ, Constellation Direct, 20 KΩ XLR
  • Input impedance (unbalanced): 10 KΩ RCA
  • Output impedance: 0.1Ω
  • Weight: 80 lbs / 36.3 k
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 17" x 19" x 8.5" / 43.2cm x 21.6cm x 48.3cm

Absolute Sound Product of the Year Award, January 2015

“After I had finished auditioning the Constellation Audio Inspiration Preamp 1.0 and Mono 1.0, I returned to the $55k Soulution 725 pre and $165k 701 monoblocs. One would think the juxtaposition would only highlight the limitations of the 1/8th the price Inspiration pair. Instead the comparison threw into sharp relief just how extraordinary the Inspiration electronics are... They bring a level of transparency, resolution, refinement, and soundstaging to this price segment once reserved for much more expensive electronics.
– Robert Harley, The Absolute Sound, January, 2015

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