Hi-Fi + magazine has published their full CES 2015 report. We have made a list that contains products that we are representing in the BeNeLux.
Check the list below:
Conrad Johnson showed its new MF2275 135 Wpc power amplifier ($3,850; standard; or $6,150 for the SE version with uprated resistors, capacitors, etc.). Controlling the MF2275 was ET3SE preamplifer ($4,500).
Krell launched two key products at CES. First, we have the new 200 Wpc, Vanguard integrated amp ($4,500), which can be ordered with or without an optional digital module ($1,500) that adds USB, 2 x HDMI, Ethernet, coaxial and optical S/PDIF inputs, and a Bluetooth aptX input. Interestingly, the Vanguard provides a Class A preamplifier section and a Class A/B power amplifier section.
Dan D’Agostino Mater Audio Systems had two new products. Cinema Standard Multi Channel Amplifier – This can be configured as a two channel stereo amplifier (250 watts per channel into 8 ohms), a two channel home theater amplifier with an RS-232 port to support control functions and problem reporting to a control unit (e.g., Crestron), and a three channel home theater amplifier. The two channel configurations can be bridged for mono operation (1kW into 8 ohms). Projected availability is February 2015 with price range of $12,000 – $15,900 depending on the configuration.
Next up, a prototype $48,000 M Life Integrated Amplifier and Streaming Network Player/DAC – This is a lifestyle product based on the $45,000 Momentum Integrated Amplifier with 200 watts per channel into 8 ohms (doubles down to 2 ohms) and a DAC supporting DSD 64. There is a wireless control App for the unit, but the unit itself requires a wired Ethernet network connection to access music.
For more information about these brands and their products please contact Durob Audio DiRect.