• 350 watts per channel is a ton of power. The Halcro MC70 can get you where you want to be, no matter how loud or how demanding your speakers are. If you need it louder (while still VERY MUCH in control), then perhaps you need your hearing checked.
• The fit and finish of the Halcro MC70 is just beautiful. This is a fine audio component and it shows you what you invested in every time you look at your rack. By the way, the MC70 looks even better in custom installations that feature the amp built into, say, a Middle Atlantic rack.
• Halcro's customer support is second to none in the specialty audio/video business. I would bet an MC70 would never break, but if it did, they would treat you better than Patek Philippe would when sending in your product. At Halcro, the customer is a rock star, even if you can't play a lick of guitar or when singing you can't find a tune with radar.
• Heat can be an issue with the Halcro MC70, as you might expect with a 350-watts-per-channel seven-channel power amp. I wouldn't stack any gear on top of an MC70 and would make sure to have plenty of breathing room for the amp. Even better yet, if you can simply rig fan cooling for a MC70, you are going to be set.
The Halcro MC70 is one of the best-sounding, most exotic and high-performance seven-channel amplifiers money can buy. It has supermodel good looks, with purebred performance to back them up. At $7,000, there are without question less expensive ways to power seven speakers. However, even considering the price, the Halcro MC70 is a high-end audio value when you factor in everything you get for the price.
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