Entry level hi-fi range
The Topaz Series is the perfect setup for the Hi-Fi curious looking to invest in their firstof or the existing hi-fi enthusiast, looking for both good value and high quality. Building your first component system can be an overwhelming process due to the sheer number of options out there.
Which is why we made the Topaz series straightforward and with Sound First design principles. The Topaz series is a great place to start and is guaranteed to change the way you listen to music forever. Your quest for quality audio starts here.
“Rock-solid units that provide a rewarding array of the musical thrills and finesse you’d expect when getting started in the high end.”
Hi-fioffer lots of flexibility in your system, so you can mix and match what’s in your as and when you want it. Splitting out each specific job into separate units also gives better end results, as each component can concentrate on performing a single job and do it well.
So which of these separate units do you need in your hi-fi system? You’ll need an amplifier as this is the driving force of your system. The other essential is of course where the sounds come out, the speakers. The sources in your system will depend on which formats you want to listen to your music from. CD collection? You’ll want a CD player. iPod? Look for a 3.5mm jack.
Already have a collection of digital music files you want to play? The SR20 has a three digital inputs which can connect directly to your digital source. Alternatively, one of our Check out our range of DacMagic products here.products will do the trick whilst also adding extra depth, detail and quality to your tracks.
The Topaz range consists of two, two stereo and two CD players.
Don’t forget, you’re going to need cables to connect everything up! You’ll needto connect your separates together and for your speakers. Once you start adding units to your basket we’ll recommend which cables you’ll need for each separate.
The last pieces of the puzzle are of course the speakers, and you don’t need to invest in huge hefty ones for serious room filling sound. We have a range of bookshelf sized speakers to get your hi-fi going without compromising on quality.
"Rated at 100 watts per channel, with its big toroidal transformer, the Topaz SR20 has lots of reserve for those dynamic music swings."
"Both Topaz rookies are rock-solid units that provide a rewarding array of the musical thrills and finesse you'd expect when getting started in the high end. No little leaguers here."
"Engaging, full-steam-ahead presentation; extensive spec at the price"
"At this price, few players on the market offer the quality that the Topaz SR10 does."