***Vintage collectable Item***
This pair of Matisse Reference Mono Amplifier MKII are beautiful and very rare piece of high quality equipment.
The circuit design was developed by Edward Fitzgerald over a long gestation period. It is made up of two matched pairs of 6550B output tubes driven by two 6SN7GT input tubes. Biasing is achieved simply by front panel adjustment using a recessed trimmer coupled to a 3mm flat top bi-colour LED. Output taps are for 4,8 Ohms. Provision is made to allow variable agrees of feedback for optimum speaker damping alignment.
* Come with Gold Lion KT88 vacuum tubes and in two ATA Flight Metal cases.
* They are two monoblocs.
Output Power in Ultralinear mode: 100W into 4 or 80hm
Output Power in Triode mode: 40W into 4 or 80hm
Bandwidth: 4Hz - 40KHz
Sensitivity: 71OmV FMS for full output
Impedance In: 1OOKOhm nominal
Noise: -86dB DINA
Consumption: 130W quiescent, 230W full power Weight: 30Kg each
Size: 20" x 13" x 8"
Voltage: Selectable 120/220/240
Fuse: 3.1 5A (240V)