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Ampli tích hợp Audio Analogue CRESCENDO

Giá: 29,900,000 

Audio Analogue Crescendo AMP by AIRTECH has on output power of 50W on a 8Ohm impedance and 80W on a 4Ohm impedance with a THD+N of less then 0.05%.  The SNR is more than 100dB and the band-width more than 150KHz. Crescendo AMP by AIRTECH is a High End product in all its parts. The cooperation with AIRTECH has helped to make a unique a products that was already very good: the changes and technologies used in some key points of the circuit are mainly related to the wiring, cables used are 7N OCC in pure copper, the same used for the production of AIRTECH cables, adding Wima capacitors for better filtering and decoupling of the states. These changes effectively allow a significant improvement of sound performance on all parameters and mainly in micro detail and the three-dimensionality of the sound stage. The sound is more open, listening is more pleasant, never tiring thanks to better “musicality”.

Ampli tích hợp Audio Analogue FORTISSIMO

Giá: 57,500,000 

Audio Analogue FORTISSIMO Amp further develops our concept about what an integrated amplifier is. In fact, we believe that the integrated amplifier has to be the interface between the loudspeakers and many different audio systems always guarantying the best audio performances.

Ampli tích hợp Audio Analogue MAESTRO Anniversary

Giá: Giá: Liên hệ

Maestro Anniversary was born in AIRTECH’s laboratories following to the experience gained with the development of Puccini Anniversary. The basic scheme is very similar, but with one important difference: the amplification chain is fully balanced from the input to the power stage which becomes unbalanced to connect to the speakers. This took to a doubling of amplifier stages and attenuation. Also in the Maestro Anniversary all stages are without global feedback. The feedback is not even used on preamp stage(as in Puccini). The output power was increased to 150W on 8Ω with the consequent adjustment of all the driver and power stages that now use four pairs of transistors per channel.