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Classic powerhouse amp designed by Tim de Paravinci. This model was the loss-leader among the M-2000/M-4000/M-6000 series of amps, boasting the all best features of the M-6000 (minus the extra 120 wpc) and significantly better components than the M-2000, as well as dual-mono construction. Luxman realized they'd sell very few M-6000s, so they crammed all the same features into the M-4000 as in the top model, but at half the price.
This amp is a beautiful, brutish testament to Japanese craftsmanship during the 1970s. The face is a hefty chunk of extruded aluminum; the cabinet is heavy plywood veneered with beautiful rosewood; the heat sinks are very dense cast iron; even the feet are milled pieces of solid aluminum.
Features include analog VU meters and LED peak indicators, both having switchable sensitivity (or the LEDs can be turned off), and a 21-step input attenuator for each channel.
This particular example is in good physical shape and is working perfectly. There is one small dent in the wood casing, which I have attempted to show in the pictures. 240 Volt 50 Hz Recently checked over by my local technician. Happy to pack and ship Worldwide.
Power output : 2x 180W
(continuous, 20Hz...20Khz, 8 Ohm, 0,05% THD)
IM : no more than 0,05%
(8 Ohm, 120W/ch, 60Hz:7Khz = 4:1)
Frequency response : 3Hz... 100Khz (-1dB)
Input sensitivity : 1V
Input impedance : 50kOhm
Residual hum & noise : -108dB
Crosstalk : better than 90dB (vol. max, 1Khz)
better than 70dB (vol. max, 20Khz)
Damping factor : 100 (8 Ohm)
PC : 800VA max (JP)
Dimensions : 48,5 x 39 x 17,5cm
Weight : 28kg.
Link to more specs here http://www.allegrosound.com/Luxman_M-4000_AllegroSound.html
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