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Luckily, I read the specs on these amps beforehand, which are rated at 65 watts per channel. I had an idea this would not be enough to drive my power-hungry speakers ... at least not to THX reference levels . I therefore asked the manufacturer to send me two M1PWRs, so that I might use its mono bridged mode feature. I didn't want to penalize the amp without testing whether this was a matter of the sound's character or just that it wasn't enough power. In mono mode, the M1PWR almost doubles down into 100 watts per channel into eight ohms (200 into four).

The power amp, though… that’s a different proposition altogether. It’s the perfect combination of motive force and grace that is not uncommon at twice the price, but hard to find paired up at this level. You can have an earthmover or a delicate flower power amp at this price, but not the two together. It has the ability to grip onto your loudspeaker cones and never let go like a terrier with its blood up, but also has enough refinement to make the deft touch of Alice Coltrane’s jazz harp and Pharoah Sanders lithe, abrasive tenor sax playing rise up out of the drone on the title track of Journey In Satchidanada, without undermining either. Most of all, though, it does what a good power amp should do, get out of the way of the sound. I played with this through a number of different preamps – including the Conrad-johnson ET3 tested last issue and the limited edition Siltech C1 pre coming soon – and it never imposed its character on the sound. That puts the M6PRX in with some very exclusive and very expensive company and at no time did it show itself up. There’s a school of thought that suggests valve pre and solid-state power is the ideal set-up; the pre for ‘show’ and for ‘glow’ and the power for ‘go’. The M6PRX adds a lot of weight to that argument. The fact that you can switch between inputs makes it something of a perfect product for the reviewer, too.

Studio mixed Pop Music and Electronic music is always a fine test for how well an item can stage around the listener and into the rear of the room simply due to the way it’s recorded. The Aries already showed good detail encapsulation in this area and with the addition of the Innuos this area gained additional strengths… it’s a shame that Auralic don’t build a Universal Player because music and films would work exceptionally well with their digital expertise in a 2 channel system, which for most of us who prioritise Hifi look towards in most situations where a theatre system cannot be accommodated or wanted. I could imagine sitting here watching some of my favourite movies with a 2 Channel sound quality so strong.

Integrated , mini , or lifestyle systems (also known by the older terms music centre or midi system [13] [14] ) contain one or more sources such as a CD player , a tuner , or a cassette deck together with a preamplifier and a power amplifier in one box. Although some high-end manufacturers do produce integrated systems, such products are generally disparaged by audiophiles , who prefer to build a system from separates (or components ), often with each item from a different manufacturer specialising in a particular component. This provides the most flexibility for piece-by-piece upgrades and repairs.

Test musical fidelity primo

test musical fidelity primo

Integrated , mini , or lifestyle systems (also known by the older terms music centre or midi system [13] [14] ) contain one or more sources such as a CD player , a tuner , or a cassette deck together with a preamplifier and a power amplifier in one box. Although some high-end manufacturers do produce integrated systems, such products are generally disparaged by audiophiles , who prefer to build a system from separates (or components ), often with each item from a different manufacturer specialising in a particular component. This provides the most flexibility for piece-by-piece upgrades and repairs.

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