How do you follow up one of the most successful products in the history of a company? With a product that improves upon the original in every way, and the Boulder 866 Integrated does just that. Power is up to 200W per channel. Manufacturing is substantially more efficient. Weight has been reduced. New circuitry gives you greater current output at maximum power. External IP control has been added. There are versions for traditional systems as well as modern streaming media users. And a dedicated Boulder app easily enables you to manage everything.
- Two versions are available to suit any system: all-analog for more traditional systems and analog+digital for the streaming digital media listener
Excellent power, dynamics, and control from 200W of amplifier power into any loudspeaker load
- A full-color touch screen displays all of the available inputs and setup features in addition to the amplifier’s status and setup modes
- A dedicated Boulder app controls the 866 and makes custom setup adjustments, including adding photos of your sources to the inputs shown on the 866’s front panel, optional RF remote for volume control and switching inputs also available
In-house manufacturing efficiency improvements have made the 866 an incredible value in comparison to previous integrated amplifiers
New protection circuitry enables the 866 to deliver greater current at maximum output without fear of damage to the amplifier’s electronics
The analog+digital version of the 866 adds digital inputs for USB, Ethernet, AES3, Toslink, Air-Play, plus Roon integration
Along with assembly and testing, every circuit board and piece of metalwork is produced in-house at Boulder’s dedicated facility for unparalleled quality assurance
Boulder’s traditional 0.25″ (6 mm) thumbscrew binding posts are included for secure speaker cable connections and optimal sound quality
And here’s the best part: the sound is everything you would expect from a Boulder. It’s powerful, clean, clear, quick, and true to the sound of the original recording and the intents of the artists involved. In fact, there’s absolutely no reason not to take home an 866. It’s everything you could want and more.