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  • Krell (all models)

    Krell (all models)

    We are authorized dealers for all Krell products. Please inquire about any product. Learn More
    $999,999.99

  • Kinergetics Subwoofer amplifier
    $380.00

  • Kenwood LO7 monoblocks
    $650.00

  • Jeff Rowland Model 201

    Jeff Rowland Model 201

    Jeff Rowland imaging, staging, and musicality in a beautifully crafted monoblock chassis capable of capturing the often elusive music and theater experience with grace and authority. Model 201 delivers a compelling musical experience with a linear frequency extension that ranges from a deep pitched bass to a textured treble, with rippling harmonics and nuanced low level resolution. This work of art, in both sight and sound, is a true Rowland. Housed in an elegant and compact chassis milled from aircraft-grade Aluminum ingots, the Model 201 monoblock power amplifier has been created to exacting JRDG artistic and engineering standards. The advanced green technology that delivers its refined performance, make the Model 201 monoblock power amplifier ideal for the most sophisticated stereo and multi-channel audio systems at a real world price. This is a used item that looks like new Learn More
    $2,999.00

  • Jeff Rowland Design Group Model 5 (last version)

    Jeff Rowland Design Group Model 5 (last version)

    A classic, musical, large, best example of a Jeff Rowland Design Model 5 stereo amplifier Learn More
    $2,500.00

  • Hovland Radia

    Hovland Radia

    Hovland Radia, original factory packing Description: Solid-state stereo power amplifier: Power output: 125Wpc into 8 ohms (21dBW), 200Wpc into 4 ohms (20dBW). Input impedance: 50k ohms, unbalanced. Voltage gain: 26dB, noninverting, into 8 or 4 ohms. Frequency response: 5Hz-20kHz, +0/-0.25dB. THD at 1kHz, both channels driven: <0.1% at 8W, <0.15% at 4W. S/N Ratio: 92dB ref. 125W into 8 ohms, A-weighted. Dimensions: 18.25" (464mm) W by 7.20" (183mm) H (including feet) by 16.65" (423mm) D. Weight: 73 lbs (33.2kg). Finish: Brushed aluminum and internally illuminated acrylic. Read more at http://www.stereophile.com/content/hovland-radia-power-amplifier-specifications#ZyoGuEPtve5KKthF.99 Learn More
    $3,999.00

  • Hafler DH220

    Hafler DH220

    Hafler DH220, two available. Learn More
    $290.00

  • Goldmund Mimesis 9.2 mono amplifiers
    $6,500.00

  • Goldmund Mimesis 9

    Goldmund Mimesis 9

    Goldmund Mimesis 9 invery nice condition, shipping dimensions: 25x25x16 180 lbs low fedex rates, send your postal code. Learn More
    $3,900.00

  • Emotiva XPA-2
    $550.00

  • Emotiva XPA-100

    Emotiva XPA-100

    Emotiva XPA-100 used original box Audiophile monoblock (one channel) amplifier; 400 watts @ 4 Ohms; 250 watts @ 8 Ohms Fully discrete signal path, with class A/B output stage and massive power reserves Balanced and unbalanced inputs; dual full-sized speaker outputs to facilitate bi-wiring Microprocessor operating system with full fault protection and status indicators Low profile 2RU chassis lets you fit five XPA-100s in a single rack. Learn More
    $350.00

  • Dynaco Stereo 120 (3) and PAT 4 preamp

    Dynaco Stereo 120 (3) and PAT 4 preamp

    You can purchase each item individually. We have one 120 that we just replaced the coupling caps and resoldered the board as needed. That's $250 Inquire Learn More
    $770.00

  • Definitive Audio SubAmp 600

    Definitive Audio SubAmp 600

    Definitive Audio SubAmp 600 in good condition Outboard amplifier for Definitive (or other) in-wall subwoofers Drives either one or two subwoofers Volume, Low-pass crossover and phase adjustments Five-way binding post speaker connectors The SubAmp 600 is a high powered amplifier and electronic crossover specifically engineered for use with the Definitive IWSub 10/10 and IWSub References in-wall subwoofers. It features two discrete high power amplifiers with simple connections in one convenient housing that fits easily on a shelf or in an audio equipment rack. It provides optimal power for effortlessly driving one or two IWSubs, in the same room or in different zones. It also provides crossover functions for the system and level, low-pass crossover frequency and phase can all be adjusted with convenient front-panel control knobs. http://www.definitivetech.com/products/subamp-600 Learn More
    $350.00

  • D'agostino Momentum Mono Amplifiers

    D'agostino Momentum Mono Amplifiers

    D'agostino Momentum Mono Amplifiers, one owner since new, very light use original flight cases Please inquire with your zip code for shipping rate Learn More
    $22,000.00

  • Crown Reference 1

    Crown Reference 1

    Crown Reference 1 ships to you in 6/2017 Learn More
    $2,500.00

  • Conrad Johnson MF2500

    Conrad Johnson MF2500

    Conrad Johnson MF2500 used, very nice condition with original box/pac ki ng We can ship this in your desired voltage Like many Conrad-Johnson designs, the MF2500's higher performance goals have been attained through experience and the refinement of established circuits, not by some magic new topology that's claimed to solve all previously known audio-fidelity problems. Thus the input stage is a standard differential circuit executed with FETs. The second stage comprises a buffered voltage-gain amplifier, and uses bipolar transistors. It drives a regular class-A/B push-pull bipolar output stage, which is direct-coupled to the speaker. The output stage is run at quite a low idle power, which partly explains why the amplifier takes a little time to get up to speed from a cold start (footnote 1). But it does mean that the amplifier does not run too hot to touch. While some of the MF2500's technology is derived from the older MF2300A (reviewed in October 1996), the big change has been from FET to bipolar output devices. In this circuit, at least, bipolars confer greater gain stability with output load and current variations, imparting a more consistent and more dynamic sound quality. The MF2500 has high-current, resin-encapsulated Sanken power transistors: two 2SC3281 and two SA1302 devices are paralleled for each channel's output stage. These transistors have good thermal properties, high-quality electrical connections to their junctions, and are endowed with good safe-operating areas. This means the amplifier can be protected with simple quick-blow fuses. C-J favors a predominantly low-order distortion spectrum in which some second harmonic is designed to dominate the distortion residual, this in the MF2500 courtesy of the input FETs. Minimal loop negative feedback is used, in this case just 12.5dB, or approximately 4x. (Some amplifiers may run with x1000 to x10,000 of feedback.) As Lew Johnson explained, "the more the performance of the basic circuits was improved from the new MF series, the more important was the upgrading of individual component quality. Then negative feedback could be reduced yet again." The MF2500's regulation topology is of Premier quality. For example, the input stage has its own transformer tap stabilized at a voltage higher than the output stage requirement. Discrete open-loop regulators have audiophile-grade polystyrene and polypropylene capacitors. Only the main current reservoirs are electrolytic, but here there is no choice. Voltage-reference and feedback-control resistors are costly metal-foil Vishays. Six 10,000µF Nichicon electrolytics form the central reservoirs for both channels, giving a total of 30,000µF per DC supply phase and ensuring good current delivery at low frequencies. The massive EI-lamination transformer has split secondary sections to feed the various regulators. I also counted no fewer than 22 of C-J's exclusive lead-foil, large-value polystyrene capacitors, plus eight higher-value, audiophile-grade polypropylene caps. Hardware The MF2500's 3/8" alloy front panel is anodized in C-J's traditional gold, while the rest is finished in satin-black textured enamel. The baseplate can be removed to access the underside of the printed circuit board. The only control is a front-panel power switch, and there's no soft start. The heavy transformer is affixed to the right side of the chassis, while the single, external, full-size finned heatsink is to the left. The inputs are single-ended phono sockets, the outputs 5-way binding posts, all gold-plated. Thermal protection is via a self-resetting thermal trip circuit. The power cord is a captive three-core type. Listening I found I preferred to leave the MF2500 on most of the time, its low idle power proving a blessing. The amplifier also benefited from extended break-in. In some respects, the MF2500 gave an understated view of musical events—with casual listening it's possible to dismiss it on grounds of a lack of forthrightness for its rather measured pace, and an almost rich, distant presentation. Yet, over the long term, and along with its even-tempered if slightly sweet tonal balance, it was the very absence of a forced or excitable character, false hardness, or excessive attack that endeared the MF2500 to me. There was a sense of ease; aural fatigue was significantly lower than usual for this class of amplifier. Just when I thought I'd got about as much out of the MF2500 as I was going to get, it got better by stages. Elements of this sound—almost a tube experience—had been dimly evident in earlier solid-state amplifiers from C-J. But some of the necessary tonal consistency, fine textures, vitality, and clarity were not expressed well enough to make those models truly viable alternatives. Their FET output stages suffered from some variations in both clarity and tonal color with reproduced sound level, this to some degree also dependent on the loudspeaker load and the program complexity. In the case of the MF2500, two key aspects have become firmly established. First, this amplifier offered the ability to play all the way to full output with consistent quality. Second, while the MF2500 won't put C-J's Premier Eight A monoblocks out of business, or even the smaller Premier Eleven A, its sound conveyed much of the general nature of a fine tube amplifier—a classic type of moderate negative feedback, wide bandwidth, and linear, push-pull design—coupled with greater dynamic range and sheer load-driving grunt. Tonal colors were natural, never strident, thin, or hard. While the bass didn't have the kind of deeply extended impact of the biggest, most costly reference amplifiers, it was satisfying. Not only was the bass powerful—more than sufficient to do justice to cathedral organ at full stretch, and able to carry the low-frequency presence of a large symphony orchestra—it was also articulate, in terms of both detail and tune-playing. The bass also had a kind of bouncy, springy recovery that lent drive and interest to rhythm bass lines on jazz and classic rock. Through the midrange, the MF2500 had a thermionic tonal poise that appeared to have a payoff in terms of natural image depth and perspective. While the amplifier's transparency was rated fairly well, the natural tonality helped create coherent, focused well-layered images. Stage width also rated above average, if a little more like that of a fine moving-coil cartridge than a CD source. In the upper frequencies, the amplifier remained even tempered, well balanced, and even quite delicately resolved. String tone was nicely presented, and no false edge or breathiness was added to vocal sibilants. In fact, vocals in general were handled with near-tubelike quality and good clarity, and the inner harmonies of massed choir were well read, with well-maintained perspectives. Within that slightly "relaxed" temperament, the MF2500 nevertheless managed to pack quite a punch—this is a bighearted amplifier, and sounds it. As it continued to break-in and I grew more familiar with its balance, musical values asserted themselves. Pace, rhythm, and timing, plus dynamic resolution, were all rated significantly above average. On my personal scoring scale, this amplifier achieved a commendable 22 points, a significantly good result for type and price. Conclusion Conrad-Johnson's MF2500 is a successful product on many grounds. It closely approaches the classic tonal character of a fine tubed amplifier—a C-J hallmark—and holds on to that quality over a great range of output power and possible speaker loading. Not easy to accomplish. It also avoids the cheap, quick thrill of a bright, fast, forward sound. Instead, it builds on quality and depth of performance to achieve its commendable rating. Its sound is musically entertaining without being hyperactive, while its broad, bighearted approach is easy on the ears. All kinds of music were handled with equanimity. In the lab, the MF2500's high output power and good load tolerance were confirmed. The amplifier could dump up to 900Wpc into 2 ohm loads for short-term peaks, and cruise happily at around 300Wpc driving 8 ohm loads. This matches the attainment of significantly more costly amplifiers. Except for the modest channel separation at high frequencies, no test result gave rise to concern. Well-built and well-finished, with effective if old-fashioned circuit protection, the MF2500 idled at quite low power and could be safely left on for extended listening periods. This musically well-balanced powerhouse represents fine dollar value, and wins a warm recommendation. Read more at http://www.stereophile.com/solidpoweramps/1299cj/index.html#rBtsA65UcjrOiMpq.99 Learn More
    $2,180.00

  • Classe CA-400

    Classe CA-400

    Classe CA-400 available to ship 6/2017 Owner's manual: file:///C:/Users/Steve/Downloads/CA-400-OM.pdf Learn More
    $2,800.00

  • Classe CA-300

    Classe CA-300

    Classe CA-300 Frequency response: 20 Hz to 20 KHz +/- 0.1 dB Sensitivity: 1.65 Volts in for rated output Input Impedance: 75 Kohms Output Impedance: 0.015 Ohm Gain: 29.02 db S/N Ratio: 135 kBR THD+N: 0.007% Rated Output: Stereo Mono 8 Ohms: 300 1100 Watts 4 Ohms: 600 1700 Watts Dimensions: Gross: 25" x 24 1/4" x 12 3/4" Net: 19" x 21" x 8 1/2" Weight: Gross: 100 lbs. Net: 85 lbs. Learn More
    $2,000.00

  • Cello Trio 3 channel amplifier

    Cello Trio 3 channel amplifier

    Cello Trio 3 channel amplifier 200 watts / channel x 3 channels, rare Learn More
    $3,999.00

  • Cello Performance Four Chassis Mono Amplifiers

    Cello Performance Four Chassis Mono Amplifiers

    Still one of the better amps out there. Four chassis. We have replaced all the large capacitors with new Chemicons and some of the signal caps also. Product Specifications: Class of operation: Class AB1 Power Output (single amp): @8 Ohms Rated: 200 Watts Clipping: @1000 Hz >350 Watts @4 Ohms Rated: 400 Watts Clipping: @1000 Hz >700 Watts @2 Ohms Rated: 800 Watts Clipping: @1000 Hz >1000 Watts @1 Ohm Rated: 1000 Watts Clipping: @1000 Hz >1300 Watts Power Output (bridged set): @8 Ohms Rated: 800 Watts Clipping: @1000 Hz >1400 Watts @4 Ohms Rated: 1600 Watts Clipping: @1000 Hz >2800 Watts @2 Ohms Rated: 3200 Watts Clipping: @1000 Hz >4000 Watts IMD (SMPTE): 0.13% (60 Hz / 40V Output) IMD (CCIF): <0.2% THD (20 - 20000Hz): <0.1% (8 & 4 Ohms / 40 Volt Output) Frequency Response: +0 / -0.8 dB @ 20 - 20000 Hz Dynamic Headroom: 2.7 dB Channel Separation: Infinite Signal to Noise: < -105 dB (1000 Hz / 40 Volt Output) Input Sensitivity: 1.485 V (8 Ohms / 200 Watts / 40 Volt Output) Input Impedance: 1 mOhm (Non-Inverting) 5000 Ohms (Inverting) Learn More
    $10,500.00

  • Cello Encore 50 monos

    Cello Encore 50 monos

    Low fedex rates to the world, very musical, we can ship this in any voltage. Just recapped 1/17. This matched serial number 0161 pair has two aftermarket gold chassis tuning dots on each (from Combak in the picture) that can simply be removed by peeling them off with your fingernail Learn More
    $3,900.00

  • Cello Duet 350 stereo

    Cello Duet 350 stereo

    Cello Duet 350 stereo, bench tested Owner's manual: http://www.matthew-james.net/Customer-Content/WWW/CMS/files/Duet-350-Owners.pdf Learn More
    $4,999.00

  • Bryston 6b

    Bryston 6b

    Bryston 6b just in, good condition. three available price is for each Learn More
    $1,000.00

  • Bryston 4BSST2

    Bryston 4BSST2

    Bryston 4BSST2 17" silver one owner, very nice http://bryston.com/PDF/Manuals/3B_4BSST_MANUAL.pdf Learn More
    $3,199.00

  • Bryston 4B Pro

    Bryston 4B Pro

    checked up at factory last year, with xlr jacks 250watt/channel well reviewed Learn More
    $999.00

  • Bryston 4b

    Bryston 4b

    In fair condition.. some scratches Learn More
    $750.00

  • Bryston 3bTHX

    Bryston 3bTHX

    with 12volt on off trigge Learn More
    $850.00

  • Boston Acoustics SA1 140 watt subwoofer amplifier

    Boston Acoustics SA1 140 watt subwoofer amplifier

    Subwoofer amplifier with built in crossover $600 retail http://www.bostonacoustics.com/US/Product/Pages/ProductDetail.aspx?CatId=HomeAudio(BostonAcoustics_US)&SubCatId=Accessories(BostonAcoustics_US)&Pid=SA1(BostonAcoustics) Learn More
    $300.00

  • BAT Balanced Audio Technology VK6200  A BEAST OF AN AMP   two available, inquire  This listing is for a three channel in pic

    BAT Balanced Audio Technology VK6200 A BEAST OF AN AMP two available, inquire This listing is for a three channel in pic

    BAT Balanced Audio Technology VK6200 two channels onboard up to four available, inquire before purchasing THE ULTIMATE IN FLEXIBILITY In its two-channel configuration, the VK-6200 often outperforms reference-level audio amplifiers. In multichannel mode, it serves as an ideal solution for power bi-amping, tri-amping, or multi-room audio systems where exacting sound quality is required. Imagine matching a three-channel VK-6200 with our VK-655SE or REX II monoblocks to create a five-channel home theater. Or, apply the VK-6200 in a four-channel configuration for the ultimate in power bi-amping for two-channel stereo. Want to fully load the VK-6200 with six channels to create a standard-setting 6.1-channel theater? No problem. Such extraordinary versatility and rational upgrade path mean you’ll love the VK-6200 in every imaginable application. VK-6200 Amplifier Output per channel at 8Ω/4Ω 200W / 400W Conversion to Mono? 2,3,4,5 or 6 channels Output in Mono Configuration 8Ω/4Ω n/a Frequency Response 2Hz to 180kHz THD at full power 0.1% Input Impedance 50 kΩ Gain (Nominal into 8Ω) 23dB Balanced / 29dB Single-Ended Tube Complement n/a Number of Power Cords 1 Remote Control 12V Trigger Input & Output Power Consumption (Idle/Full Power) 80W/1800W (w/ 6 channels) Dimensions (WHD) Inches 19" x 10.5" x 23" Dimensions (WHD) mm 480 x 280 x 580 Weight 100 - 180 Lbs Learn More
    $3,200.00

  • Audio Research D52B

    Audio Research D52B

    solid state amplifier, unused in over 20 years, very nice condition, tech checked 11/16 50 watts per channel minimum RMS (both channels operating) at 8 ohms from 1 Hz to 20 kHz with less than .25% total harmonic distortion. Typically less than .02% at rated power in midband. Approximate actual power available per channel at "clipping" (both ch. op.): 80 (4 ohms), 60 (8 ohms), 35 (16 ohms) Power bandwidth Frequency response 0.05 Hz to 100 Khz (-3 db) Input sensitivity 1.1 Volts RMS for rated power and load. Input impedance 30 Kohms (nominal). Output taps Output regulation Overall negative feedback Damping factor More than 500 at rated power and load (20 Hz to 20 kHz). (Effective internal impedance approximately .012 ohms.) Distortion Intermodulation distortion: Less than .1% at rated output (56.56 V p to p) and load (SMPTE method). THD and IMD both decrease with decreasing output. Slew rate Rise time Hum & noise Wide-band, unweighted, more than 90 dB below 50 watts at 8 ohms - power line components (hum) more than 80 dB below 50 watts at 8 ohms. Power supply energy storage Power requirements 105-120/210-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 600 watts maximum. 120 watts at idle. 300 watts at rated power. Other Dimensions 19" (48 cm) W x 5 ¼" (13 cm) H (standard rack mount panel size) x 10 ½ (26.7 cm) D (front panel back). Handles extend 1 ½" (3.8 cm) forward of the front panel. Weight 39 lbs. (17.7 kg) Net, 45 lbs. (20.5 kg) Shipping Learn More
    $1,300.00

  • ASR Emitter II Exclusive 4 chassis integrated amplifier

    ASR Emitter II Exclusive 4 chassis integrated amplifier

    ASR Emitter ii Exclusive with gold heatsink option original four boxes with packing, just recapped and ready to go (not the 56 filter caps, no need to change those) six month warranty THIS SOUNDS SPECTACULAR! Learn More
    $13,800.00

  • AnthemMCA2MKII

    AnthemMCA2MKII

    I can convert voltage if needed.. 200 watts/channel high end sound owners manual: http://archive.anthemav.com/oldsitev1/pdf/mcalit.pdf Learn More
    $550.00

  • Adcom GFA5500

    Adcom GFA5500

    Adcom GFA5500, very good cosmetics. bench tested Learn More
    $650.00

  • Adcom GFA5400

    Adcom GFA5400

    Adcom GFA5400, bench tested, works properly Learn More
    $220.00

  • Adcom GFA5300

    Adcom GFA5300

    Adcom GFA5300 bench tested, works properly Learn More
    $175.00

  • Adcom GFA-555

    Adcom GFA-555

    Adcom GFA-555 just upgraded Learn More
    $450.00

  • Acurus A250

    Acurus A250

    Acurus A250 I used to sell these new back in the day. An excellent , musical entry level amplifier, Much better than an Adcom 555, smooth sounding, not bright Learn More
    $450.00

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