The Vincent SV-737 allows old and new techniques to merge on several levels. You will find some tubes in it, in any case.
Vincent’s new SV-737 contains tubes in the preamp. The power amp – with a power of up to 2 x 180 Watt in 8 Ohm, 2 x 300 Watt in 4 Ohm and 2 x 10 Watt class A in 8 Ohm – also contains (partial) tubes, whereby the pre- and power amp are tightly matched to each other. But at the same time, both parts can also be ‘disconnected’, so that you can switch between them. It’s also possible to use, for example, a DSP for space correction. It makes the whole thing very flexible and more than just a ‘sealed box’ where you as an end user have to deal with it for the lifetime of the device.
Furthermore, the Vincent SV-737 has WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities. Via wifi you get access to, for example, the music collection on the NAS served via DLNA. And Bluetooth speaks for itself: simply play a piece of wireless music directly from, for example, your smartphone, tablet or computer without having to look for a suitable cable.
In terms of physical inputs, you have a choice of 6 x stereo RCA, 2 x optical, 2 x coax and 1 x stereo Main in. As far as outputs are concerned: 1 x RCA stereo off, 1 x RCA stereo rec off, 1 x RCA stereo pre off, 2 x power control and 4 x 2 loudspeaker connections. You can choose from the colors black and silver and the whole will cost you €2999.