If I Had A Million Dollars

Well $3,000 anyway. And If I were looking for an integrated amplifier; I'm not.
This would be on the top of my list if for no other reason than I find it beautiful.

 

JohnVF

Administrator
Staff member
Well $3,000 anyway. And If I were looking for an integrated amplifier; I'm not.
This would be on the top of my list if for no other reason than I find it beautiful.

I want!
 

airdronian

Radar Member
What in the Wide, Wide World of Sports is 'Class G'?
From the Harman info:

This Class G design provides impeccable sound quality and efficiency operating as a Class A amplifier for low-level signals and switching in an additional power supply for large transients and dynamic waveforms. The result is incredible detail and accuracy at low levels, low crossover distortion, and high-current capability for extreme power demands.

Personally, I like the side panel detail but the rest is kind of meh for me.
 

mhardy6647

Señor Member
From the Harman info:

This Class G design provides impeccable sound quality and efficiency operating as a Class A amplifier for low-level signals and switching in an additional power supply for large transients and dynamic waveforms. The result is incredible detail and accuracy at low levels, low crossover distortion, and high-current capability for extreme power demands.

Personally, I like the side panel detail but the rest is kind of meh for me.
Class G = two sets DC"HV" rails, regular and super-size.
Pioneered (ahem?) Popularized by Hitachi in the late 1970s.

HitachiSR2004 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

Soundcraftsmen Class H was sort of similar, but with a more "active" adjustability in power supply parameters.
1610572564285.pnghttps://www.worldradiohistory.com/Archive-Audio/80s/Audio-1986-Equipment-Directory.pdf (multipage ad section)
 
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