LEAK returns after 40 years

UK audio company LEAK has released a new Stereo 130 amplifier, more than four decades after its Stereo 30 amp became the world’s first commercially based all-transistor amplifier.

The Stereo 130 amplifier is based on his legacy product. It features a high-performance phono stage, with analogue line-level inputs and optical, coaxial and asynchronous USB digital connections accommodating external CD players, computers, network streamers, TVs and more.

It also allows streaming music from a phone, tablet or music player over aptX Bluetooth and sports a high-quality headphone amplifier.

LEAK has also released a matching CDT CD transport, featuring a slot-loading mechanism and using a read-ahead digital buffer to reduce disc-reading failures.

It is available through Len Wallis Audio.

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