Primare I-32 Integrated Amplifier. Protective Plastic is still in place covering the front display.
Includes MM30 with WLAN, Ethernet, USB A (x1). Asynchronous USB B (x1) Bluetooth, SPDIF (x 1), & Toslink (x 3) inputs.
The Primare I-32 is an upgradeable two x 120 integrated amplifier utilizing proprietary UFPD power technology. It is designed to provide high power output with very low distortion. UPFD's instantaneous rise time results in a naturally fast, clean and agile sound over a much wider frequency range with much higher headroom. Ecologically the I32 is far superior to conventional class AB designs being extremely efficient without generating excessive heat. In addition, it provides a special eco-friendly standby mode of just 0.2 watts.
From 6Moons Review: Conclusion
. On technology Primare’s I32 is the height of tech. On features and trim there’s absolutely nothing to fault particularly when price enters the picture. On power efficiency and standby consumption one feels squarely future-proofed. I would recommend this machine to devotees of massive classical fare where its realistic roominess, dynamic verve and control over complexity shine. With Rock and Pop the Primare too is in its element if
the speakers aren’t tuned too lean down low. Those who rather feel glued to the lips of a small Jazz combo leader or who consume their classical composers in small settings and preferably on period instruments might want to check whether the Swede does alright.
- The bass is lean and quick rather than massive, reaches deep and never wants for control.
- The mids continue seamlessly and any kind of music sounds fast and dynamic. Here the machine pulls no favorites. In direct comparison to amps with superior midband resolution one realizes how more remains possible.
- The treble is crisp to contribute to the amp’s signature of being agile and open. Not hyper present the highs aren’t recessed either and mostly just right.
- The dimensional perspective is flawless, realistically sorted and comfortably distanced. Localization focus is believable, i.e. neither artificially sharp nor diffuse.