Marantz PM 10
Nå nedsatt pris.
Marantz PM 10 , integrert toppmodell fra Marantz som er lovpriset overalt.
Strøken sort utgave som er kjøpt 26/9 2017.
Nypris er 80000kr
PM-10 Integrated amplifier The new reference class Integrated amplifier Four switching power amplifier channels in bridged mode (two per channel) for maximum grip and drive True Balanced Concept from input to speaker to realise ground-free signal management Massive power: 200Wpc per channel into 8ohms, and 400Wpc into 4ohms Easy driving of a wide range of speakers Wide-ranging dynamic ability thanks to instant high-current power supply Fully balanced throughout: both preamplifier and power amplifiers Marantz Hyper Dynamic Amplifier Modules (HDAM) in preamp stage Dual mono power amplifier configuration Separate power supplies for preamplifier and control processor, and for each power amp channel Discrete phono stage for moving coil and moving magnet cartridges in its own shielded case. High-quality construction with double-layer chassis, 5mm thick aluminium top lid, solid aluminium front, copper plated chassis and high-purity copper speakers terminals Double thickness copper PCB for the output section and main power supplies Amplifiers are at the core of Marantz history: its very first product was a high-quality preamplifier designed to make the most of the then-new LP record format. And with a history stretching all the way to that ground-breaking Audio Consolette – which Saul B Marantz started manufacturing in 1952, and which soon became the first real Marantz product, the Model 1 preamplifier – , it’s no surprise that the company’s very latest Premium Series model, the PM-10, is an integrated amplifier built to set new standards with all of today’s music formats. In fact, this massively powerful integrated amplifier is constructed more like a high-end separate preamplifier and a pair of monobloc power amps, but all in one beautifully finished case, designed both to maximise performance and create a strong visual statement. PM-10 integrated amplifier Making an integrated amplifier with dual monobloc design fitting in a normal size cabinet is made possible by the use of a stereo switching amplifier. Its aim? To reveal the maximum musical involvement from everything from LPs to the latest high-resolution audio files and beyond, and with all the power and control required to drive the most demanding loudspeakers, allowing them to perform at their best. Optimised design Optimized Design To achieve such quality, while still delivering class-leading power, means optimising each section of the amplifier for its task, just as would be done in a design using a separate preamplifier and monobloc power amps. Commonly, amplifiers use a single transformer, with separate power supply regulation for the preamplifier and power amplifier sections; the PM-10 takes things much further. Optimized Design A dual-mono design, it has separate power supplies for the preamplifier and each of the power amplifier channels, with one transformer dedicated to the preamp to ensure the delicate signals passing through that section of the amplifier aren’t affected by the demands of the high power output stages. There’s also a dedicated supply for the microprocessor controlling volume adjustment, input selection and so on, ensuring no noise from the control section finds its way in to the audio path. Pure analogue Another important part of the noise-reduction here is the fact that the PM-10 is a purely analogue amplifier: many rival designs are today including digital-to-analogue conversion…