KrellKAV-300iusedKrell KAV-300i integrated amp, 150wpc, MSRP $2,400 with manuals, remote.Krell KAV-300i 2 Channel Integrated Amplifier in excellent working condition.Excellent cosmetics. 100% functional. Comes in Krell shipping box and with the new universal remote control. I will pa...880.00

Krell KAV-300i integrated amp, 150wpc, MSRP $2,400 with manuals, remote. [Expired]


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Krell KAV-300i 2 Channel Integrated Amplifier in excellent working condition.
Excellent cosmetics.  100% functional.  Comes in Krell shipping box and with the new universal remote control.
I will pack it very well  and ship with full insurance to guarantee safe arrival.

It has Balanced (XLR) inputs and outputs in addition to regular RCAs.  Preamplifier output is very nice feature if you want to connect the subwoofer or experiment with bi-amping.

There's tons of information on this model on the net.

Shipment is $35 in the USA, 

Specifications 
Description:  Solid-state, remote-controlled, stereo integrated amplifier with five line-level inputs including one tape loop.  Power output: 150Wpc into 8 ohms (21.8dBW), 300Wpc into 4 ohms (21.8dBW).  Dimensions: 19" W by 15.5" D by 3.7" H.
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From reviews:
I feel that Krell has a winner in the KAV-300i. At $2350, it may be designed to be cost-effective, but it's a Krell thoroughbred, nonetheless, able to punch way above its weight. Not least, there is its ability on music signal to dump well over 200W per channel into an 8 ohm speaker and 300W into "kinder" 4 ohm speakers. 
The versatile input facilities, the satisfactorily high-resolution volume control, and the fine infra-red remote command system are all definite pluses.  Remember also the preamp output terminals, if the '300i is a good-sounding integrated amplifier it must also be a pretty good-sounding preamplifier! 
All in all, the Krell KAV-300i offers very good dollar value and is a seriously good amplifier into the bargain.  For me, it is a likely Class B contender, knocking on the door of Class A in Stereophile's "Recommended Components" listing. I firmly recommend it. 
Martin Colloms