• Intro

    C7R DAC Integrated Amplifier

    The refined integration of the C7R DAC Integrated Amplifier has features that enhance both operation and performance, designed with REF power filtration for a more musical and detailed sound.
    • 5 Digital Inputs
    • Analog In/Line Out
    • MM Phono Stage
    • Reference Power Filtration
    • Programmable Display
    • Analog FM Tuner
    • Quality Headphone Ouput
    • 24/96 USB1.1 Input
    • Remote Control
    • Available in Silver or Black Faceplate
  • Features

    C7R Integrated Amplifier Features


    HDR Core is the result of 20+ years of engineering to refine the digital to analog process, and is comprised of 3 major components: Low Noise and Ultra Low Noise Master Clocks, Advanced Asynchronous Interfaces, and Dual Mode Low-Noise High Efficiency Power Supplies. HDR Core technology is fundamental to every e.One DAC and Integrated product, creating the most realistic, open, and defined musical experience possible.

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    Built In Headphone Output
    The dedicated low-impedance, high-output headphone amp circuit has been designed to drive high quality headphones with pristine clarity. You'll be amazed at the musical depth they bring to your headset.

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    Simple, Elegant Interface
    Designed to be functional and simple, the dual-functioning one knob interface is a joy to use. The programmable 8 character display works with it seamlessly to access all basic functions in a few clicks. The included 36 button infrared remote allows instant command functions and display editing.

  • Specs

    C7R Integrated Amplifier Specifications

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    Amplifier Section:

    Power Output: 150W 4 ohms, 75W 8 ohms per channel
    Minimum Load: 3 ohms per channel
    Peak Output Current: 30 amperes
    Frequency Response: +/-3 dB 1.5Hz-90KHz, 4 ohm load
    THD+N: 0.003% 1W, 1KHz, 4 ohms
    IMD (CCIF): 0.0003%, 1W, 14:15KHz, 4 ohms
    Output Noise: <50uVRMS A-weighted 10Hz-20kHz
    Damping factor: >1000
    Output Impedance at 100Hz: <8 milliohms
    Dynamic Range: 115dB

    Digital Inputs:

    Maximum Data Input Rate
    24bit Data at 192KS/s: SPDIF RCA x2, TOSLINK x2
    24bit Data at 96KS/s: USB

    Analog Inputs:

    Line in impedance: 11 Kohms
    Phono in impedance: 47 Kohms//150pF
    Phono in sensitivity: 2.5mV - 7mV nominal cartridge output range
    Phono accuracy: +/-0.25dB, 50Hz-15kHz


    Output connections: 2-sets of WBT Next Gen Binding Posts, RCA Line Out, Headphone Output
    Headphone Output Current and Voltage Level: 300mA peak at 4Vrms
    Line Out Impedance: 100 ohms
    Power On usage: 14W
    Power Off usage: 0.0W
    Internally Set Operating Voltages: 100-120VAC or 230-240VAC 50/60 Hz
    Size: 8.5 x 3.5 x 12?, 216 x 88 x 305mm (W x H x D)
    Weight: 13lbs, 6.5Kg

    FM Section:

    Input Frequency Range: 76-108 MHz
    Sensitivity with 75 ohm input: 1.1uV EMF (S+N)/N=26dB
    Input IP3: 105 dBuV |f2 ? f1| > 1 MHz; f0 = 2 x f1 ? f2
    Adjacent Channel Selectivity: 50 dB +/- 200KHz
    Alternate Channel Selectivity: 70 dB +/- 400KHz
    Frequency Response: 30Hz-15Khz -3dB
    S/N: >63dB
    THD: <0.1%

    Features and specifications are subject to improvements and changes without prior notice.

  • Reviews

    C7R Integrated Amplifier Reviews

    Stereophile, Erick Lichte, March 2013 Stereophile’s headline: "Bel Canto Reinvents the Receiver" "The C7R is tiny but elegant; it uses little power, doesn't get hot, and it's built in the US by a real company that stands behind its work. I loved the Bel Canto C7R. I recommend it to anyone who wants simplicity and great sound"
    Positive Feedback, Victor Chavira Part 1, May-June 2012 Part 2, July-Aug 2012 "The C7R is to receivers as smart phones are to cell phones... If Bel Canto made compromises to package so many fine features at this price point, I am unaware of what they are. The C7R may seem unpretentious in appearance but it is a bona fide musical performer on par with the best in its class regardless of price. The Bel Canto C7R merits serious consideration for product of the year.”
    SoundStage!, Sathyan Sundaram, June 2013 "For those who’ve gone mostly digital but still want to listen to the occasional LP and/or FM broadcast -- especially those who have a wide choice of local FM stations -- the C7R is well worth an audition."
    CEPro, Robert Archer, June 2012 "This product incorporates everything a homeowner will need to take advantage of those audio trends that are happening in home audio."