The Audiolab Q is an audiophile standard Pre-Amplifier with quality of components and build quality never before seen ona unit of this price. In stark contrast, the Audiolab Q pre amplifier and Audiolab P power amplifier were designed by Audiolab utilising years of. Bought a audiolab combo q+p at € + to replace my burnt out Musical Fidelity A2 after a lot of auditioning and comparing (see similar products) in.
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This organization of the soundstage and the extra corners simply make it easier to listen into aydiolab orchestra. Input, volume and muting can be set by remote control.
Audiolab Q Preamp R brand new | Centurion | Gumtree Classifieds South Africa |
A pre amplifier and power amplifier combo has always been something to aspire to in hi-fi. More vocal charm perhaps? Nominally rated at uF, this cap tested at around 40uF and 2.
The Audiolab Q is at the cutting audiklab of technology, all signals are switched with audiophile signal relays and the volume control is a motorised potentiometer The low impedance line amplifier is a miniature class A power amplifier with current mirror bias – ideal for use with long interconnects to multiple power amplifiers.
Hi Mike, thanks for your quick reply. With such power on tap, the P is comfortably driving most speakers. It comes with the power lead, manual and the original box. Gain setting,tuner,aux,video,cd with tape loops x2 will work with any amplifier out there.
Audiolab 8000Q Preamp
Another view of the replaced parts Share this: More specifically though, 8000qq the special status audiolab occupies with this combo. Digital control is under this RFI shield — again, a nice touch. Altogether a well-organized picture. Learn more about Pargo at: Isn’t it feasible that the higher production costs of monos steal funds from areas audibly relevant?
Others find three boxes. Why pick this grouping?
Audiolab 8000 Preamplifiers
Hope all is well over in NZ. Note the multiple power supply regulators, very much like Naim use in their gear. The small capacitors used in the Q are from a particularly shitful Chinese brand called Capxon. Mostly, the stage shrank back from nearly rectangular to the usual semi circle.
Power mains, red LED. Granted, going mono promised as much but not all theoretical expectations are automatically satisfied. Silver was the hip choice. Connect the latter to a second mono, do the same for the other channel and presto, bi-amping.
All signals are switched with high quality small signal relays and the volume control is a motorized 800q. The ESR of the new parts was around 0.
There’s two pairs of speaker terminals to make bi-wiring a cinch. Moral of the story? In this case, I found one definite and one possible fault.
You have to remember I repair dozens of units a month and that repair was a year or two ago! So not within range. Now add a superbly coherent midrange.
The prices didn’t tickle, the surcharge for black did. Fancy a lot of air around instruments?