Hafler



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Founded in 1972 by audio design legend and Dynaco founder David Hafler, Hafler produced a series of affordable, reliable, critically acclaimed solid-state and MOSFET amplifiers and preamplifiers. Hafler also pioneered very early work in surround sound, including matrix configurations.

In its day the classic matchup with Acoustat speakers with Hafler amps. Some argued that Hafler amps were the only amps out there that could power the tough, electrostatic loads.
Today, Hafler (now owned by the Rockford corporation) does business primarily in the professional audio industry, and continues to further its stellar reputation.

Notable Hafler products include:

• Haffler DH-101
• Haffler DH-110
• Haffler DH-200
• Haffler DH-220
• Haffler DH-500
• Haffler XL-280

Comparable Brands:

Adcom
Anthem
B&K
Perreaux
Acoustat


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