I'm selling my ModWright KWI-200. This has the optional MM phono board. Power handling is MOSFET by design, with a 1.5KVA power transformer and over 234,000 microfarads total capacitance. Incredible current reserves and 200W of power into 8 ohms (400W into 4 ohms), allow the flexibility to drive nearly any speaker. All that and yet it can sound delicate and nuanced. It has been described as a "velvet hammer" by reviewers.
Here are the specs:Technical Specs
200W 8 ohms (.06% THD)
400W 4 ohms (.06% THD)
(3) pairs RCA inputs.
(1) pair XLR inputs.
(1) pair RCA Home Theater Bypass (or preamp-in) inputs.
(1) pair RCA Preamp-ouputs.
(2) 12V Trigger outs.
(2) Pairs 5-way binding posts.
Remote Control: Volume, mute, source, power, trigger, display dim/off.
Optional: DAC, 24/192 Asynchronous, USB, RCA inputs.
Optional: MM/MC Phono with one pair RCA inputs.
Gain: 50db, Including preamp stage gain.
Loading: 100, 500 1K, 47K, 100pf internal dip switches.
Input Impedance: 20K.
Bandwidth: 10Hz â€“ 100Khz
Input Sensitivity: 1 Volt.
Total Capacitance: > 234,000uf.
Max input level: 6Vrms (18V pk-pk).
Dimension: 17.63â€�-W x 17â€�-D x 6â€�-H
Buyer pays shipping and 3%paypal fee. I have original packaging, so it will arrive safely.
Here's one review:
Competition and Comparison
Based on actual listening experiences, the only other integrated amps that would sonically compare to the KWI 200 are in a higher cost category. These major competitors are the highly regarded Pass Labs INT-150 at $7,150 and the Simaudio 600i at $8,000. Both are reference level and offer great build quality and can reproduce the sound of music at extremely high levels of musical enjoyment. However, I believe that not only does the KWI 200 compete with these integrated amps, and it offers the same reference level in the area of micro-details and overall dynamics. In addition, it allows the listener to completely relax and emotionally relate to the music more than the other two integrated amps mentioned above.”