This is how integrated amplifiers already looked 50 years ago – apart from the "CD" input. On the front there is only a power switch, input selector and the volume control. On the back five pairs of line and one phono MM input, one tape-out and one pre-out as well as 4 banana jacks for the speakers. The circuitry is equally minimalist: the high level input signals are routed to the volume pot and from there directly to the power amplifier – in the shortest way possible. Exposure speaks of a "passive" high level preamplifier. Because there is no buffer stage, the line input impedance is unusually low at 14 kOhm. According to the data sheet, the output stage delivers 2x75 watts into 8 ohms and is powered by a toroidal transformer. Complete with remote control and 3 years warranty the 2510 costs about 1750 Euros. It is the first component of a brand new product line from Exposure and is available in black or titanium.