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Offered is a very nice Levinson No. 432 amplifier
GREAT sounding amp with power to spare
400 w into 8 ohms... 800 into 4 ohms
Beautiful Levinson sound...
I have rated it an 8... in very nice condition..
Considered to be a "best buy" in Levinson amps..
After this model, the pricing went through the roof !!
Includes factory packing,box and Manual.
The amp weighs 125 lbs before the packing...
I will ship it FedEx Ground and it will be double boxed..
Flat rate FedEx Ground shipping insured to the CUSA for 95.00
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From Robert Harley's review:
The No.432 shares the circuit topology of the company’s flagship No.33H monoblocks. The unit features a massive power supply with separate toroidal transformers for each channel. Indeed, the No.432 is rated at 400Wpc into 8 ohms, and can double that figure into 4 ohms. Any amplifier that doubles its output power as the load impedance is halved must have a massive power supply, a robust output stage, and serious heatsinks. High-level signals are routed through the amplifier on large buss bars rather than via wiring. The DC-servo’d input and driver stages are fully balanced. As with the No.326S, the power amplifier employs Arlon circuit boards.
e No.432 presented a wonderful impression of space, depth, and dimensionality. This was one of the amplifier’s defining—and best—qualities. The overall perspective was characteristically Mark Levinson—that is, with a feeling of sitting a little farther back in the hall. The soundstage was beautifully rendered, with a tremendous sense of size, air, and bloom. The soundstage had the unusual (unusual in an audio component, not in live music) attribute of a billowy quality at the edges that made the space more like the presentation of live music and less like an audio system’s reproduction of a soundstage. It was as though the soundstage didn’t abruptly end, but extended well beyond the boundaries of my listening room. The No.432 managed to sound simultaneously diffuse and focused, with an overall sense of spaciousness, precisely defined images, and layers of depth between instruments. It was a combination I found extremely engaging.