Heybrook Integra Amp

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Redneck16
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Heybrook Integra Amp

Post by Redneck16 » 25 May 2018 09:56

Hello,i have been offered a Heybrook Integra Amplifier.I cant find any info on these amps. Are they any good,do they sound nice is it worth me buying,what sort of power do they put out? Any info would be great. Thanks

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Re: Heybrook Integra Amp

Post by JaS » 25 May 2018 10:37

A magazine from 1992 says 70 watts per channel and £545 new. I haven't owned an Integra, but my old Heybrook Signature pre/power (£2000) from the same time sounded great, albeit on the bright side of neutral and with 'cottage industry' build quality.

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Re: Heybrook Integra Amp

Post by willb » 27 May 2018 00:20

Hi,

AFAIK Heybrook amps (apart from C2/P2 designed by Tim de Para), were mainly re-housed Audiolabs, p3 was an 8000P and Integra an 8000a - hence the brightness.

Not bad in the big scheme of things but the Integra looked bl*&&y awful given that it was early 90's. :(

Depends what sound you prefer but I'd get a nice 2nd hand Sugden any day! :)

ATB

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Re: Heybrook Integra Amp

Post by JaS » 27 May 2018 00:52

willb wrote:AFAIK Heybrook amps (apart from C2/P2 designed by Tim de Para), were mainly re-housed Audiolabs, p3 was an 8000P and Integra an 8000a - hence the brightness
The Signatures are Tim de Para designs, but need careful matching. It's interesting you say that the Integra was based on an 8000A; I once bought some Tannoy 609s from a chap who had an 8000A and that was a match made in hell. Back in my system they sounded wonderful

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