Original owner. Purchased for a second surround system but will not be used now. Brand new still in the unopened box.
From Mark Levinson site:
- Reliable, high-power in four different channel configurations provide ideal solutions for any system
- Ethernet and 12V trigger control capability for system integration
- Isolated chassis and signal grounds minimize noise, optimizing detail, even at low listening levels
- Fully-differential circuitry with both balanced XLR and single-ended RCA inputs
The first five-channel amplifier from Mark Levinson, the Nº535H delivers
realistic dynamics and transients with audiophile-grade detail and
response while running 200W into each channel simultaneously.
As the first five-channel amplifier from Mark Levinson, the Nº535H sets
the bar high. Using a semimono-block design like the Nº533H, the Nº535H
can deliver 200W per channel into all five channels simultaneously.
Twelve output transistors and large amounts of capacitance per channel
ensure that this amplifier is more than capable of delivering realistic
dynamics and transients with audiophile-grade detail and response for
even the most demanding audio track.
Communication and Control
one Ethernet 10Base-T port; one
3.5mm mono (tip/sleeve) mini plug trigger input, 3-12Vdc; one 3.5mm mono
(tip/sleeve) mini plug trigger output, 3-12Vdc; 3-pin IEC standard
within 0.5dB from 10Hz to 20kHz
Five balanced XLR inputs; five unbalanced RCA inputs
60 kΩ (balanced); 30 kΩ (unbalanced)
2.83Vrms output at 130mVrms input
Rated Output Power into 8 ohms
200W/ch (20Hz to 20kHz at
>85dB, reference level: 2.83 Vrms
100V~, 120V~, 230V~, factory set for destination country
five pairs loudspeaker outputs with banana-plug sockets (banana-plug socket not available on the 230 VAC models)
Net weight: 98.5 lbs (44.7kg); Shipping weight: 108.5 lbs (49.2kg)
(with feet): 7.65" (19.4cm); (without feet): 6.97" (17.7cm)