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Creek - Destiny 2 - Integrated Amplifier - Silver

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  • Unique MOS-FET power output circuit, originally invented by Alex Nikitin when he worked for Creek Audio, which has now been in continuous use in many of Creek's high-end amplifiers since 1993. Further developed recently to take advantage of newly available power transistors,
  • The Destiny 2 power supply continues to use a magnetically shielded 300VA toroidal transformer with separate windings for high and low current analogue circuit requirements. 2 separate low-loss Schottky diode bridge rectifiers are used to separate the main left and right channel power supplies.
  • The Destiny 2 has 4 unbalanced pre-amp inputs - Aux/Phono, CD, Tuner, Aux 2, plus a tape loop and AV Direct - to the power amp.
  • To maintain its purist principles the Destiny 2's volume level is adjusted locally and by remote control by a 20k Ohm motorized ALPS Blue Velvet potentiometer.
  • Rated Power: 120 Wpc into 8 ohms, 180 Wpc into 4 ohms.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Creek Audio
  • Model Number: Destiny 2

Product Description

The Destiny 2 amplifier is Creek's latest high-end model and represents a significant improvement over the original, highly respected, Destiny model. It uses all the sound optimisation techniques and components collected by Mike Creek and his team of analogue electronics engineers during their many years in the Hi-Fi industry. It is designed to deliver enough power to suit a wide range of loudspeakers. This stylish new amplifier is housed in an extruded aluminium case with fine brushed finish. It is designed to match the Destiny CD player and FM/AM tuner. All Creek products can be remotely controlled with a single SRC3 handset. The Destiny 2 amp can be fitted with the new plug-in Sequel Phon o board. It plugs into the pre-amp circuit board inside. It' s available in 3 settings - 40, 48 and 54dB.

Product Information

Shipping Weight 26 pounds
Manufacturer Creek Audio
ASIN B0077BQMM0
Item model number Destiny 2
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Best Sellers Rank #3,595 in Electronics > Car Electronics > Car Audio > Amplifiers > Multichannel Amplifiers
Date first available at Amazon.com February 9, 2012

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By A. Wilde on October 18, 2012
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The Creek Destiny 2 is, admittedly, a fairly expensive integrated amplifier. But at this price, it is one of the few dual mono units that also has a subwoofer RCA output and a class A / passive, I believe, preamp section. This thing just sounds fabulous - excellent low level detail, slam, ambience, soundstaging. This badboy just sounds so "real". It also has a super clean interface and remote control. A product that you will always be using. Mine is connected to two Epos M12.2 monitors and a fairly small (8" driver) Polk Powered subwoofer (one of the DSWmicropro Series ones) crossing over at about 60Hz. It's all set up in our 'guest bedroom / away, chill out room' where I run Pandora at 24bit/96kHz using a laptop and a Cambridge Audio DacMagic Plus. I like to play my music fairly softly, so it's nice to have an amplifier with so much low level dynamics. The sound is always astonishingly good. Unplugged Live Alice in Chains is just like the whole band is packed into but overflowing the entire room's boundaries. I'd give it 7 stars if I could. :)
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