The MOON 390 Network Player / Preamplifier offers a complete high-end listening solution. Featuring a DAC, preamplifier, headphone amplifier, phono stage and network streaming capability, it is a truly flexible music system. Simply connect it to a power amplifier or active loudspeakers to hear an exceptional audio performance.

  • Analog input impedance22 kΩ

  • Max analog input5 V RMS

  • Max gain10 dB

  • Output impedance50 Ω

  • Crosstalk @ 1 kHz-116 dB

  • Frequency response10Hz - 200kHz -0.5 dB/-3 dB

  • Signal to Noise ratio125 dB

  • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD+N)0.0004 %

  • Intermodulation Distortion (IMD)0.0003 %

  • Headphone output power (600 Ω / 300 Ω / 50 Ω)100 mW / 200 mW / 0.8 W

  • Headphone output THD0.005 %

  • Headphone output IMD0.005 %

  • Power Consumption @ Idle25 W

  • Power Consumption @ Standby20 W

  • Power Consumption @ low power Standby4 W

  • AC Power Requirements100-240V / 50-60Hz

  • Shipping weight22 lb / 10 kg

  • Dimensions (width x height x depth)16.9 x 3.5 x 13.1 in

  • 42.9 x 8.9 x 33.3 cm

The Moon 390 has much to commend it. As a neat way of combining a multitude of components in one neat box it has few rivals. It’s a terrific analogue preamp and a good streamer. The inclusion of Bluetooth is sensible – there are so many people with music stored on portable devices that it’s only right that Moon has tried to make the most of it. It’s possible to build a superb system around this product. Such a set-up would not only sound lovely but offers the kind of neat, uncluttered approach that’s rarely part of high-end hi-fi. For that, Moon deserves a big pat on the back.

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