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The Pro-Ject MaiA can handle all your music sources. You get three stereo RCA inputs (including a phono input), plus optical, coaxial, and USB digital audio inputs, as well as Bluetooth for wireless music streaming.
The Pro-Ject MaiA's modest 2 x 25-watt power rating might not sound like much, but don't be fooled. When we connected this little powerhouse to a pair of floor-standing speakers in the Crutchfield Labs, it flooded our listening room with rich, detailed sound without ever breaking a sweat. The ultra-compact MaiA is perfect for powering a pair of bookshelf speakers to satisfying sound levels in a bedroom, dorm room, or home office. And if you ever need more bottom end, you can connect a powered sub to the MaiA's subwoofer output.
Connect with all your music
With its built-in digital-to-analog converter, Bluetooth streaming, and wide array of analog and digital inputs, you might think that the MaiA was a full-size integrated amp. But when you see it in person, it's astonishingly small — easily capable of being tucked away in a bookcase or used in a versatile desktop system. The MaiA's compact, all-metal chassis boasts connections for up to nine audio sources, including a high-quality phono input for your turntable. And thanks to Pro-Ject's extensive experience in the world of vinyl music, the MaiA's phono preamp delivered awesome sound when we hooked it up to one of our turntables in the Labs.
The MaiA's built-in DAC faithfully renders your digital sources, including high-res music files. There's also an asynchronous USB input for using your computer as a high-fidelity music source. One coaxial and two optical digital audio inputs means this amp is also ready for CD and Blu-ray players, network streaming devices, and more.
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