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Audia Flight Three S Integrated Amplifier

After achieving big experience with the Flight Three and also with the Strumento line, Audia Flight is proud to introduce the Flight Three S integrated amplifier.

It’s an incredible component, where every small detail is carefully thought out for the discriminating high-end audio enthusiast, and yet, offering exceptionally high value.

To thank you the optional USB 24bit 192KHz DAC board converter and the optional MC / MM phono board, the Audia Flight Three S is an investment for years!

The headphone output will give you the chance to listen your music with your headphone! The front panel, the knob and the remote control are masterpieces crafted from solid aluminium. The input selector allows the user to choose among four unbalanced and one balanced input(s), featuring sealed relays in inert atmosphere and gold terminations.

The logic control, with an independent toroidal transformer, as in our philosophy, is independent from the analogue section and connected by photo-couplers only.

A by-pass feature, selectable by remote control, allows the user to turn the Flight Three S into a power amplifier through a specified input. You may include the amplifier in a multi-channel system as front speakers power amplifier, while using the same speakers for two channel listening with stereo sources connected to the amplifier. Rec input, Monitor and Preamp output achieve the full flexibility for this Hi-End integrated amplifier.

Two 100Wrms amplifiers with 600VA toroidal transformer, dual mono design, current feedback and sophisticated preamp section allow the stunning sonic picture of a truly high-end system, with a deep and incredible bass control.

Eight stabilized power supplies give energy to all stages until the driver and four hi-current power supply (72000µF) for the output stages only and 13200uF total capacitors for the stabilized power supply to supply the gain stage until driver transistor

A large display will inform you about the input choice and the main sets as you select them.

More, the ALPS blue potentiometer, mute function with memory, aluminium remote control with full control and the optional, internal MC / MM phono board and internal USB 24bit 192KHz DAC board converter are only few characteristics of this amazing Hi End integrated amplifier 100% made in Italy.

Audia Flight Three S Specifications

Output power Wrms 8 / 4 ohm 100 / 160

Amplifier stage gain 26dB

At maximum volume:

Frequency response (1Wrsm, -3db) 1Hz - 450KHz

Slew Rate (on 8 ohm) >80V/µS

THD <0,05%

S/N ratio >95dB

Unbalanced input impedance 51Kohm, 150pF

Balanced input impedance 30Kohm

Stand-by consumption less than 0.5W

Maximum consumption 400W

Dimensions and weight 450 x 110 x 440 (W x H x D), 16,5 Kg

Shipping dimensions and weight 540 x 250 x 590 (W x H x D), 18,5 Kg

INPUTS and OUTPUTS: 4 unbalanced input, 1 balance input, 1 monitor input, a possibility to have one input as a “direct”, 1 pre output, 1 rec output., 1 output for headphone


Phono MC-MM

USB 24bit 192KHz DAC


The USB input has insulated to prevent any noise from the PC.

When the USB is used together with a player application such as FooBar or WinAmp (available for free on Internet), you can transfer stream music files to internal converter at 192kHz/24bits maximum frequency/resolution, avoiding undesired PC or MAC audio mixer data processing during the data transfer from hard disk to interface.

Not drives are required for MAC or LINUX. Windows only required own driver.