Bluetooth Sound Enhancing Amplifier merges the old with the new

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There are moments in time when the old will actually merge with the new, and I suppose you could say the old school amplifier is par for the course to be on the receiving end of a technological update. The futuristic looking $1,800 Bluetooth Sound Enhancing Amplifier fits the bill perfectly for such a device, where this hybrid vacuum tube amplifier will be able to pair up with any Bluetooth music device in order for it to deliver superior audio performance. The presence of the vacuum tube amplifiers are famous for generating warmer, more dynamic tones compared to transistor-based models simply because they are capable of limiting distortion when overloaded so that better signal-to-noise ratio is provided.

Apart from that, there will be a couple of 6N3 tubes located in this amplifier that are capable of generating 20 RMS watts per channel of distortion-free signal, which will further add more punch and clarity to high bit-rate MP3s, Apple Lossless, or CD-quality audio that are played back asns wires from an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Android-powered device. In addition, the tubes too, would be able to deliver robust bass response by ameliorating the natural acoustic qualities of second and third harmonics for richer sound coloration. A switch is located on the amplifier’s top that enables one to choose between a Bluetooth audio source, 1/8″ stereo audio input, or a pair of RCA inputs.

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HiHat Says: February 28, 2014 at 11:19 am

The sound quality of tube amplifiers is vastly overrated, and this silly contraption seems to be vastly overpriced as well. There’s a sucker born every minute, and some of them have way too much money as well…

Bob Lars Says: February 28, 2014 at 7:12 pm

You’ve never see or heard!! This looks like an amazing hand crafted Made in AMERICA radio! So to you mr overrated keep supporting china and not these fine Americans!

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