Laboratory, a world leader in home entertainment systems for over 56
years, has announced a special Trade-UP incentive program for loyal
customers of McIntosh power amplifiers. During the limited-time program
through participating McIntosh dealers, customers may trade in their
McIntosh Multi-Channel, 2-Channel or Monoblock Amplifier regardless of
age and receive up to 75% of its original MSRP towards a new current
model McIntosh Power Amplifier. To qualify for the program, all
trade-ins must be functional and maintain their original design.
joint-development of high-performance digital amplifiers incorporating
Zetex Class Z direct digital feedback amplifier (DDFA) technology, a
“unique” performance-optimized digital amplifier architecture, has been
announced by NAD Electronics and Zetex Semiconductors.
Wednesday, 15 November 2006
component manufacturer NAD has introduced a complete new line of
components called The Masters Series. The first five components to be
released in the Masters Series are the M15 Surround Sound Processor,
the M25 Seven-Channel Power Amplifier, the M3 Dual Mono Integrated
Amplifier, the M5 CD/SACD Player and the M55 Universal DVD Player. By
combining a variety of materials and subtle textures, the new
industrial design is solid and substantial, yet fresh and exciting
according to NAD. The look of these Masters Series components visually
reveals the dynamic performance capabilities contained within their
Inc., a Harman International company, announces a new series of Power
Amplifiers designed to complement the MC series of Digital Controllers.
The series consists of 3 models, all of which feature 7 channels. There
is the flagship ZX-7, with 300 Watts per channel, the RX-7 with 200
Watts per channel, and the GX-7 with 125 Watts per channel.
At the 2006 CEDIA Expo in Denver, Colorado, Anthem presented installers
with a lineup of new gear including the Anthem Statement D2 Surround
Sound Preamp/Processor, the Anthem Statement P2 and P5 Amplifiers,
along with Anthem’s AVM 50 Audio/Video Processor.