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Musical Fidelity Supercharger 550k

Musical Fidelity Supercharger 550k

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

Keeping up with the Krell's of the world can be a hard task but Musical Fidelity seems to have an issue over it much to the delight of their fans as well as audiophile reviewer, Ken Kessler. Read his review of these ultra-powerful amps here. Read More

 
Copland CTA405 Integrated Amplifier Reviewed

Copland CTA405 Integrated Amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

Can an audiophile brand like Copland seek to reach out to the lifestyle clientele? That's what the Copland CTA405 amp is designed for. With less congestion than the 405 freeway and better industrial design than a Maserati garaged in Beverly Hills - this brand speaks to the adventurous audiophile. Read the whole review here. Read More

 
Quad II-eighty Tube Amplifier Reviewed

Quad II-eighty Tube Amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3 Stars
 

Electrostats and tube amps are a pairing in the echelon of peanut butter and chocolate. Few things go better together and Quad has a reputation for doing both electrostats and esoteric tube amps very, very well. Read this audiophile tube amp review from Ken Kessler here. Read More

 
NAD C315BEE Stereo Integrated Amplifier Reviewed

NAD C315BEE Stereo Integrated Amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

More audiophile reviewers got hooked on the AV smack from NAD integrated amps than any other product in audio history. Jerry Del Colliano, Andrew Robinson, Ken Taraszka and many others. Read about what lured them into the hobby and business and why this low cost integrated amp is worth buying for your kids, parents and friends. Read More

 
Halcro dm38 Stereo Power Amplifier Reviewed

Halcro dm38 Stereo Power Amplifier Reviewed

By Brian Kahn

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

Living on their "best amp ever" review, Halcro is now gone from the US Market but not forgotten. This massive stereo amp might be one of the best looking and best sounding amps ever made and costs less than the mono amps that got all the ink. Brian Kahn looks into where this amp fits into the audiophile pantheon. Read More

 
NAD C325BEE Stereo Integrated Amplifier Reviewed

NAD C325BEE Stereo Integrated Amplifier Reviewed

By Andrew Robinson

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

NAD is known for making some excellent sounding, and wonderfully simple looking audio products. The new C325BEE is a stereo integrated amp with 50-watts per channel. Andrew Robinson gives it a go. Read More

 
Croft Series V Power Amplifier Reviewed

Croft Series V Power Amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3 Stars
 

Decidedly British audio manufacturer Croft has had their ups and downs, but thankfully they're now up, and have released the Series V amp. With 30-watts per channel, this tube amp looks and sounds the part. Read More

 
Esoteric Audio Research (E.A.R.) 859 SE Integrated Amplifier Reviewed

Esoteric Audio Research (E.A.R.) 859 SE Integrated Amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

EAR has more than just a clever name. Their gear looks as good as it sounds. The 859 is a Class A tube amp with 13-watts per channel. Impressively, frequency response is 20-20kHz, +/- 0.5dB. We check it out in this full review. Read More

 
Esoteric Audio Research 834P Tube Amp Reviewed

Esoteric Audio Research 834P Tube Amp Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

You don't need a big box to make big sounds, as EAR shows with their new 834P tube amp. It's tiny box doesn't put out a ton of power, but it is an inexpensive way to get into the wonderful world of tube amps. Read More

 
Graaf GM 200 Amplifier Reviewed

Graaf GM 200 Amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

Give it to GRAAF to out an amp as crazy as this. Huge transformers, dozens of tubes, it's a menacing presence. It's also got huge power, with 200-watts into 4 ohms. But how does it sound? Ken Kessler looks into the topic. Read More