Selling a pair of Kharma MP150 monoblocks in black, accepting XLR inputs only. Dual voltage 110v/220v. Perfect working condition. 8/10 due to age only.
Original cone feet included and attached to the unit (very hard to see in photo but they are there). I will include 8 pure brass spike feet coasters as well (near new ... I opened them yesterday) --- the amp's spikes are very sharp and hard, could scratch anything easily, so the coasters are a must (better sound anyway with the coasters).
Kharma start making MP150 around early 2000's - still current product on their website, I am supposed to be the 2nd owner. Like the gentleman who sold them to me, I pair them with Kharma speakers (the $21000 MSRP CRM 3.2 FE).
Both amps are among the fastest, most transparent and natural I have ever owned. They deserve the best front ends to do them justice, obviously. (in my case, Jadis, Ayon, Goldmund, MBL and dCS)
Original flight case and product leaflet included.
For local members, I am open to trade this pair of outstanding mono blocks with high quality tube amps. Please ping me for suggestions.
From review quote:
'The Kharma MP150 offered at $6800/pair is a freak occurrence, a rare marketplace anomaly. This is a case of extreme value. Had they been packaged in a larger, fancier chassis, I have no doubt they would have no problem selling at $10,000 or more. I can't think of a competitive solid-state amp at anywhere near this price. The one that comes to mind is the darTZeel NHB-108 with its $18,000 MSRP. The MP150 is better.'
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System: Mono power amplifier
Pulse Control Amplifier using Discrete transistors and FET's
RMS Power: 100 Watt at 8 Ohm
150 Watt at 4 Ohm
Frequency range: 1 - 50k Hz (= 0 dB , -3 dB)
Input sensitivity at max power: 1.2 Volt
Input current at 1/8 rated power: 160 mA at 230 Volt
320 mA at 115 Volt
Fuse: 5 x 20 mm, 3.15 mA,
250 V AC Time lag T
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD):