SPL Phonitor, Auditor, and Lavry DA11 Unboxing

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The same packaging as the Auditor. Though the earlier Phonitor (silver version) that we received wasn’t packed this way. I guess this packaging is only for the new shipments.

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Oh it’s a fine looking amp that reminds me of classic sports car dashboards.

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Choose your color. I like the black version better. It’s also void of the rackmount-style handlebars in the front panel.

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Exactly identical in dimension, if you’re not counting the front handlebars.

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The SPL Trio: Phonitor Silver, Phonitor Black, and Auditor. The length of the Phonitors are a bit long if you’re setting it next to a typical hi-fi CD player. The Auditor, on the other hand, is more of a closer match.

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The Auditor next to the Phonitor. Some people like me, would still buy the Phonitor, even if I never use the crossfeed features. Just look at the menacing look of the Phonitor! Let’s call it the Darth Phonitor!

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Strictly professional XLR jacks on the back. In and loop out too. According to the distributor, they can work with unbalanced input signals, but I haven’t tried it. The Phonitor also comes with a ground lift switch, a feature that SPL claims gives a cleaner, noise-free sound.

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