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Capturing the era of the ‘38’ – the aspiration of a new vacuum tube amplifier

The LX-380 represents a new era in golden ‘38’ series vacuum tube integrated amplifiers from LUXMAN. Providing an exceptionally deep resonance of sound sources of various ages and genres, the LX-380 combines LECUA* - a computerized attenuator which carefully reproduces the dynamism of each performance - with a power amplifier circuit that expresses the rich musicality of the 6L6GC output tube. Housed in a wooden case that is reminiscent of the 28 series, the LX-380 appeals to a new generation with a winning combination of cutting edge technology and traditional know-how. *LECUA is an abbreviation of Luxman Electric Controlled Ultimate Attenuator.

  • Rated output
    20W + 20W (6Ω), 18W + 18W (8Ω), 14W + 14W (4Ω)
  • Input sensitivity/input impedance (PRE OUT :1V)
    PHONO (MM): 3.0mV/47kΩ
    PHONO (MC): 0.38mV/100Ω
    LINE: 180mV/47kΩ, MAIN-IN: 690mV/100kΩ
  • Output voltage
    RECOUT: 180mV, PRE OUT: 1V
  • Frequency response
    PHONO: 20Hz to 20kHz (±0.5dB)
    LINE: 20Hz to 80kHz (+0, -3.0dB)
  • Total harmonic distortion
    1% or less (6Ω, 1kHz)
  • S/N ratio (IHF-A)
    PHONO (MM): 84dB or more
    PHONO (MC): 67dB or more
    LINE: 95dB or more
  • Volume adjustment
  • Circuit
    Driver: Mullard, Output: beam tetrode connection
  • Vacuum tubes
    6L6GC×4, ECC82×3
  • Output configuration
  • Max. amount of tone control
    ±8dB, turnover frequency switch-over system
    BASS: 150 / 300 / 600Hz, TREBLE: 1.5k / 3k / 6kHz
  • Power supply
    230V~(50Hz) / 115V~(60Hz)
  • Power consumption
  • External dimensions
    440(W) x 197(H) x 403(D) mm
    front side knob of 25mm and rear side terminal
    of 28mm included in depth
  • Net weight
    17.6kg (main unit)
  • Accessories
    Remote controller (RA-25)
    Power cable
  • Speaker terminal Supported Y-lug terminal dimension
    Width of part a: 15mm or less
    Width of part b: 8mm or more
    * Connection may not be performed
    depending on the shape of the
    Y-lug terminal.



Datum Aangepast


1 July 2019