I25 Prisma Integrated Amplifier User Guide

Connecting direct sources

These methods of playing music from the I25 involve connecting the source to the I25 via a cable, and don’t require Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or Bluetooth.

To play music from a source

  • Connect the source via a suitable cable:
Source Cable
Analogue Phono RCA cable
Digital optical Digital optical cable
Digital Digital coax cable
  • Select the source from the front panel, or using the remote control.

    If you have a phone or tablet on the same Wi-Fi network as the I25 you can also use the Prisma app to select and control sources.

    To use the I25 as a PC/Mac sound output device

    • Connect the Mac or PC to the I25 via a USB-A to USB‑B cable.


    Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 (32/64-bit) is required. You need to install the Primare xmos audio driver, available on primare.net.


    OSX 10.4 or later is recommended. No driver is required.

    • Connect the computer’s USB port to the USB B input on the I25 using a USB A to USB B cable. 

    The I25 will then appear as a sound output device called I25 in the Sound control panel (PC) or Sound system preferences panel (Macintosh).

    • Select the PC/MAC source on the I25.
    • Select the I25 as the sound output device in the Mac Sound system preferences panel or the PC Sound control panel.


    Printing or saving as PDF

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