The A10 is based on the classic Rotel Class AB analogue integrated amplifier, designed for music lovers everywhere. The architecture of the A10 is a perfect match for turntables, with an MM phono input being available on all Rotel amplifier models.
The Rotel A11 sits neatly between the pure analogue of the entry-level A10 and the richer features of the A12. Adding Bluetooth capability and a little more power, the A11 is a versatile integrated amplifier that offers the perfect solution for hi-fi newcomers and traditionalists alike!
The A12 integrated amplifier displays the same clean lines and intuitive operation as the A14 with output power rated at 60 Watts per channel RMS into 8 ohms. This amplifier offers all of the features you need in an amplifier and none of those you don’t.
The flagship A14 has the highest power and widest set of features in the range. This is an impressively flexible audio component, designed to accommodate both classic analogue and the latest digital source components supported by the onboard AKM 32-bit/768kHz DAC.
Drawing on Rotel's almost 30 years of experience in making CD players, the CD11 is a cost-efficient player that doesn't sacrifice on sound quality or design. With a Texas Instruments 24-bit/192 kHz Digital to Analogue Converter, you'll hear every bit of your music.
The CD14 design begins with a carefully engineered power supply to ensure separate, ripple-free voltage and current to both digital and analogue circuits. The CD14 demonstrates an uncanny ability to resolve even the smallest musical details in a recording.
The RCD-1572 elevates performance by utilising a purpose designed and built CD mechanism along with other circuit refinements. One of the RCD-1572’s most important features is the Wolfson WM8740 digital filter/stereo digital-to-analogue converter.
Rotel has been producing quality tuners since the 1960s. One of the latest additions to this long-established line-up is the T11 FM/DAB+ tuner. It provides a wealth of listening options with easy access to classic analogue FM stations as well as newer DAB+.
While the T14 can receive classic analogue FM stations, it has also been designed to take advantage of Digital Audio Broadcasts (DAB+), as well as all popular internet streaming services. A near endless supply of music sources are supported by the T14.