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T+A R 2500 R

T+A R 2500 R


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T+A R 2500 R

In the R 2500 R, the design and performance of our R series come together with the universal usability of a 'One Box System.' Its sources enable an almost limitless selection of playback options, with its integrated DSD and PCM converters transforming digital signals into analog signals of unique quality, which are then output to external speakers by the built-in amplifiers in T+A's typical sound quality. The new R 2500 R is among the first T+A devices to have access to the third generation of our streaming architecture: It not only allows access to streaming services and USB sources but, for the first time, a T+A device can be controlled directly from the mobile streaming apps Spotify and Tidal via Connect Services.

Measuring 16,5 × 46 × 40,5 cm, the R 2500 R follows our design philosophy of timeless reduction: Few but thoughtfully placed buttons interrupt the elegant front, whose characteristic phases create an almost seamless transition into the side panels, while the entire body of the R 2500 R radiates in the light gloss of hand-brushed aluminum.

Our Audiophile Streaming Architecture (ASA) of the third generation is the audiophile connection of the R 2500 R to the connected world. The focus of its development was on maximizing sonic potentials and source diversity. Therefore, its network boards process incoming WLAN, LAN, and USB master mode signals, allowing the R 2500 R to access not only streaming services like Deezer, Qobuz, and Tidal but also local network files up to 384/32 (HD) as well as incoming streams from mobile devices via Connect or AirPlay services in audiophile quality. In addition to convenient Connect services, the R 2500 R also offers the option to play uncompressed Flac files via aptX HD Bluetooth technology. For the first time in T+A's history, the ASA G3 is capable of playing DSD files natively from the network. For the highest quality playback, this stream is passed on to the T+A True-1Bit converter, which processes DSD files in their native bitstream without any loss of quality.

All analog signal paths are susceptible to digital interference. In a receiver, consistent and elaborate separation of both parts is therefore all the more important for sound quality. This way, the analog music signal remains as pure and free from interference as it was recorded. That's why we developed our Digital-Analog-Separation System. In this system, ultra-fast Silicon Labs isolators establish galvanic separation between the digital and analog device sections. To maintain separation throughout the entire signal path, we even separate the power supplies for the analog and digital parts.