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Krell S-275 Stereo Power Amplifier

The Krell S-275 solid-state stereo power amplifier is one of the newest products from long-established Krell Industries. Krell gained recognition about 30 years ago for its pure Class A power amplifiers. At the time, the heavy weight and tremendous heat output of its Class A products went against the popular fashion of efficient solid-state circuits.

NAD C 165BEE Preamplifier

NAD Electronics is well known for offering products that defy the expected price/performance ratio. For a relatively small sum, the owner of an NAD product gets superior performance, many features, and modest but attractive appearance. The C 165BEE stereo preamplifier does not break any new ground in NAD’s successful product formula. For the asking price of $999, you get one very fine sounding preamplifier.

Amazon Referenz Turntable and MØRCH DP-8 Anisotropic Tonearm

“Stop reading this review and go listen to music. Enjoying my favorite music is far more interesting and rewarding than reading another review.” This is how you will feel when you have an Amazon Referenz turntable and MØRCH DP-8 Anisotropic tonearm waiting for you in your listening room.

Cary Audio SA-200.2 Stereo Power Amplifier

The new Cary SA-200.2 solid-state stereo power amplifier does not build on the technology of the model 500MB which was reviewed here on 10 Audio in 2005. It is a new design that features modular construction.

Modwright KWA 150 Signature Edition Stereo Power Amplifier - mini-review

This year’s Rocky Mountain Audio Fest was another great show. Even with almost three full days, there is so much interesting gear, new and not-so-new, that I often hurried through the hundreds of components and rooms to be able to see and hear everything of interest.

Mark Levinson No. 326S Preamplifier with Phono

The Mark Levinson No326S (326S) solid state stereo preamplifier arrived. After removing 37 staples from the outer box, and opening inner box number one, I found the preamplifier inside a third box. While many audio components are packed to survive a short drop from the back of a delivery truck, it is conceivable that this preamp could be delivered by the U.S. Army into a combat zone without damage.

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