Peachtree Audio Nova Amplifier
Peachtree Audio Nova Amplifier
Peachtree Audio Nova Amplifier
Peachtree Audio Nova Amplifier
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Peachtree Audio Nova Amplifier

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In 2007 Peachtree Audio introduced a new integrated amplifier that immediately and forever changed the amplifier landscape. This amplifier – the original Decco – was groundbreaking for its time. It had a unique industrial design with an aluminum front panel, a simple button and knob user interface and a rounded wood case finished with beautiful veneers. Inside, it housed a class A/B power amplifier, a tube buffer visible through a window in the front panel and, most significantly, a USB input with built-in DAC to accept a direct connection from a Mac or PC! “Computer audio” was born, with Peachtree’s Decco and Nova amplifiers on the leading edge, and with computer audio a defining part of Peachtree’s identity.

Introducing nova 2.0 . . . a completely new generation of Peachtree integrated amplifiers that reimagines the original concept and takes it to an even higher level. Nova 2.0 is the culmination of everything we’ve learned as a leader in computer audio, plus a few new things we hadn’t gotten to – until now!

Sometimes we want to listen to our brand new audio setup without having to worry about dragging B&W up two flights of stairs - that's where we come in! Not only are our team experts in high quality AV equipment, they're also professional bodybuilders* who can deliver and install your new toys quickly and efficiently.

Our in-house team can service those in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and the Sunshine Coast. Give us a call to get an obligation-free quote today!

*the term 'professional bodybuilders' is used here loosely...