From the stunning white and polished aluminum exterior to the absolutely incredible internals. The amp has a high-current design and is capable of powering speaker loads between 0. Back in the day this would be considered a watt amp for competition purposes. Here we take a look at this work of "Audio Art" and try it out on the Amp Dyno as well. Spoiler alert

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Or Learn more Continue. Talk Audio. Share Share with:. Link: Copy link. Hello everyone. I was recommended this forum from a friend at diymobileaudio. I run a website called OldSchoolStereo. Anyway, I was curious if anyone had this issue of autohifi pretty sure it's a issue, have no idea what month. It is great to see the sharing that occurs here on this forum.

I see someone has taken the time not only to scan the F. FWD magazines, but to create a website and share them. Cheers for all of the hard work! I have a LOT of scans I'm willing to share in due time. I look forward to participating here on talkaudio and hope I can add some benefit to the discussion.

I can't do links or embedded pictures, so I'll post them when I can The Rug Doctor. Hiya, let me post those pics for you You cant as you don't have enough posts yet Welcome to TA I hope you find what you're looking for What a beautifully made amp!!!! I understand the limitations of new users, thanks for embedding the pics for me!

Hi Dereck and welcome to TalkAudio! I post over on your Facebook page occasionally Mark. Thanks Mark for the welcome! I look forward to some engaging discussions over here. BTW, I found the article from autohifi , but was incorrect I guess I could type each word into google translate as I doubt my scanner software can extract all of the words.

I found this on hifi-forum. Since I can embed now, here's the Ad I mentioned above:. The auto hifi article was from and I'm having my neighbor translate it for me. If anyone has the issue and could do a higher quality scan, I'd be greatly appreciative!

They are in German, but I will have my neighbor translate them for me and will post the translations. I should have the article translated in a few days, will post it as well.

The hand on test endures the DM expensive amp, without any problems. The housing is scratchproof, the weight a little bit on the high side, leads to a compact interior. The black cooling body leads off additional heat very well, better than white, but has no further impact on the unit. He who considers high end with perfect connection terminals, will be a little disappointed with the clamp connectors. The knobs for treble and bass adjustment do not make a perfect picture.

In comparison the HC to the American amp brags with a double mono construction, every channel has its own transformer station and per channel 12 transistors which enables the HC for high current.

The four ohms of the HC are tremendous. The sound expresses itself with great measuring values and the reproduction of the finest sound nuances.

The Mark II is precision world champion with a touch more bass pressure and softer treble. A top class unit. Back to top. OK Join. Choose Display Mode Original Dark.


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