Can someone figure out the gain of this amp?

The new Mcintosh MA352 has a tube pre section and solid state section, by looking at the specs below, can someone figure out what the gain is? Most amp specs I see, if listed, are usually around 28db or so. Just curious for this new integrated amp. Thanks ahead of time

  • Power Output per Channel200 Watts into 8 Ohms
    320 Watts into 4 Ohms
  • Number of Channels2
  • Speaker Impedance4 or 8 Ohms
  • Rated Power Band20Hz to 20kHz
  • Total Harmonic Distortion0.03%
  • Dynamic Headroom1.5dB
  • Frequency Response +0,-0.5dB20Hz to 20kHz
  • Frequency Response, +0, -3dB10Hz to 100kHz
  • Sensitivity Phono (Moving Coil)N/A
  • Sensitivity Phono (Moving Magnet)2.5mV
  • Sensitivity High Level (Balanced / Unbalanced)0.5V/0.25V
  • Sensitivity (Power Amp input)N/A
  • Signal To Noise Ratio (Moving Coil)N/A
  • Signal To Noise Ratio (Moving Magnet)82dB
  • Signal To Noise Ratio (High Level)93dB
  • Signal To Noise Ratio (Power Amp input)N/A
  • Input Impedance (Balanced / Unbalanced)20K/20K
  • Damping Factor8 Ohms: >200
    4 Ohms: >100
  • Maximum Output (Balanced / Unbalanced)8V Unbalanced

Great info above.

I have the MA352 as well  and I am going to upgrade my turntable to a Rega P6.

I am strongly considering using a  SOUNDSMITH CARMEN MK II ES MOVING IRON CARTRIDGE with a listed 2.2mv output. will that work or am I asking for trouble?

recommendations welcome.

Wish more users/owners of the MA352 would comment on their units. 
Currently running a MA6600 and looking for a warmer not so in your face sound. 
Been looking at Luxman, Audio Research and the MC MA352. 
Any information appreciated. Thanks

Moved out the McIntosh for a Classe A Luxman 590 AXII. It sounds wonderful. 
No more listening fatigue, hours of pleasure once again. 😎