Yet when done correctly the result speaks for itself.
- Tube amplifier architecture with the simplest signal path
- Transformer coupled input and output
- JFET/MOSFET cascode output devices
- Silicon Carbide diodes in power supply
- Microprocessor control
- Selectable gain
- Selectable speaker impedance
- Audiophile 5687wa tube used
- Fully balanced differential operation
- Both RCA and XLR inputs
- Compact chassis built like a tank
- 100W Class A power output
Almost double the efficiency of a normal Solid State Class A design, no DC on output and many other benefits are taken advantage of in our implementation.
A fully differential architecture using an input phase splitting transformer and summing back at the push-pull output transformer. This solution completely floats the inside of the amplifier isolating it from any external influences.
The design being fully differential is immune to power supply noise.
The power supply for the output stage uses a new breed of rectifier diodes made from a new material called Silicon Carbide. They have no reverse current and switching losses.
When properly applied the rectifier produces no EMI/RFI in the chassis. The result is an amplifier free of grain and fizziness, giving new meaning to transparency and tone.
We use the well-known 5687WA audiophile tube and the highest grade audio transformers. Operating all devices in class ‘A’ produces a fair amount of heat, so the whole chassis is a heat sink. It is the most compact 100-watt class A solid state amplifier available.
The chassis is designed to cope with the heat produced by the components and provide a vibration-free structure to house the components. All the electronics are enclosed in separate compartments to avoid interference between components.
Blending this with stylish aesthetics produced a beautiful sculpture – To be known as Heros.
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