There’s nothing technically interesting about this late-1980s, 150-watt-per-channel amplifier, but the elegance of its design is incontestable. Like many solid-state amps of yore, it has big power meters on the front, but the meter lights don’t come on until the amp has finished its warmup cycle. Note the Speakers A and B switches — de rigueur for the time — and the headphone jack, something I haven’t previously seen on a power amplifier.
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