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Seriously … how does it sound?! What makes the Audion special is the fact that it offers both aural ease and liquid momentum. It’s also eerily quiet upon powering up. In those respects it reminds me a lot of the Pass Labs INT-30A. Listening sessions were exceptionally effortless. Then again it doesn’t remind me of the Pass at all. Despite its absence of electronic hash the Audion doesn’t deliver the same level of lucidity or extensive reach in the top and bottom octaves. It does however make music come alive with impressive emotional essence in the mids - more spirit or musically vibrational bloom if you will. So in the realm of tone, harmonics and texture it surpasses the Pass. And in classic 300B form the Audion is sumptuous with voices whether it’s Jacinta purring, Chrissie Hynde panting, Sinatra swingin’ or Lightnin’ Hopkins supplicatin’... all—and here’s what separates it from some others—whilst remaining well-balanced, well-grounded and well-focused.
Silver Night Stereo Anniversary Ltd 300B
Power: 2 x 7 watts Class A into 8 ohms at 120V AC
Load: 4 – 8 ohms nominal
Distortion @ 1 watt: < 0.1% no feedback
Frequency response: 10Hz – 35kHz +/-3dB
Sensitivity: Variable >150mV full output
Noise: <(CCIR) –90dB
Consumption: 152 watts
Tubes: 2 x 300B, 2 x 6H1N-EB/E88CC
Size: 42cm deep, 23cm wide and 19cm tall less tubes
Fuses: Power 4A/120V, HT 1000mA/120V
Please contact me if youmhave any problems with this amp
The front top and sides are clean, a few scratches on the back from awkward cable plugs ins.