L-550AXII Class A Integrated Amplifier  (on-demonstration)
"The soundstage, depending on the recording, was huge in width and cavernous in depth, with reduced surface noise and silent backgrounds." -Steve Folberg L-550AXII review
The Luxman L-550AXII has amber meter backlighting, indicating that it is a Luxman pure Class A design. It's the little brother to the L-590AXII and an excellent choice if class A sound is a priority at a lower price point. By comparison, the L-590AXII has more power, lower distortion, and a more advanced preamp section.
The L-550AXII has 20 watts of power into 8 Ohms, doubling to 40 watts into 4 Ohms which in the real-world of playing music at normal daily levels and in normal sized living rooms is actually just fine, especially with the stout power supply providing ample current to the presentation.
Sonically it's a sweet sounding amplifier with a warm and liquid heart of gold. It's easy to love and perfect for those who don't want to get into the cost and size the big brother the L-590AXII. It's similar is size and price to the Class AB L-505uXII and L-507uXII, but in a pure class A design. If you love solo vocals and acoustic instruments, favor the L-550AXII. If you like higher volumes, rock music, and dynamics or have a larger room then look to the L-507uXII.