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MA-360 Highlights

  • Advance and sophisticated pure Class AB design with high output performance.

  • 8 pairs carefully selected and matched Bipolar output transistors of highest quality.

  • Current mirror input for more stable output throughout entire dynamic range.

  • Custom wound audio grade toroidal transformer with separate windings for left and right channel.

  • Custom made heavy-duty heat sinks with special thick rib design ensure a lower operating temperature.

  • Sophisticated protective circuit ensures highest operational safety for the amplifier and the connected loudspeakers.

  • Integrated power curcuit with time-delay relay to eliminate turn-on thump.

  • Advance layout and wiring techniques guarantee a hum free operation.

  • Switchable balanced (XLR) and single-ended (RCA) inputs.

  • Full metal housing for optimum shielding.

  • Handcrafted in California, USA.
  • Latest edition of the MA360 in black. Demo unit with warranty
    Rated Output Power: 120 Watts RMS at 8 Ohms 240 Watts RMS at 4 Ohms Frequency Response: +/- 0.1 dB from 10 Hz to 50 KHz Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 110 dB Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): <0.016% Gain: 28.9 dB Input Impedance: 33k Ohms (single-ended) 47k Ohms (balanced) Input Sensitivity: 1.25V RMS Output Voltage: 31V RMS Damping Factor: 220, reference 8 Ohms nominal Power Consumption: 550 watts continuous Inputs: 2 balanced via XLR connector (1 per channel) 2 single-ended via RCA connector (1 per channel) Outputs: 2 pairs high quality binding posts (1 pair per channel) Dimensions: 19 in. W x 6 in. H x 17 in. D Weight: 60 lbs. Retail $6995

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    MA-500 Highlights


  • Advance and sophisticated Class AB design with high output performance.

  • 32 carefully selected and matched MOSFET output transistors of highest quality.

  • Current mirror input for more stable output throughout entire dynamic range

  • Custom wound audio grade toroidal transformer with separate windings for
    left and right channel.

  • Custom made heavy-duty heat sinks with special thick rib design ensure a lower operating temperature.

  • Sophisticated protective circuit ensures highest operational safety for the amplifier and the connected loudspeakers.

  • Integrated power curcuit with time-delay relay to eliminate turn-on thump.

  • Advance layout and wiring techniques guarantee a hum free operation.

  • Switchable balanced (XLR) and single-ended (RCA) inputs.

  • Full metal housing for optimum shielding.

  • Handcrafted in California, USA.

  • Specifications

    Rated Output Power: 450 Watts RMS at 8 Ohms
    900 Watts RMS at 4 Ohms
    Frequency Response: +/- 0.1 dB from 10 Hz to 100 KHz Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 110 dB Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): <0.001% Gain: 29.1 dB Input Impedance: 25K Ohms (single-ended)
    50K Ohms (balanced) Input Sensitivity: 2.1 V RMS Output Voltage: 60 V RMS Damping Factor: 300, referred to 8 ohms Power Consumption: 1,000 watts continuous Inputs: 2 balanced via XLR connector (1 per channel)
    2 single-ended via RCA connector (1 per channel) Outputs: 4 pairs high quality binding posts (2 pairs per channel) Operating Voltage: 100V, 120V, 220V, 230V or 240V at 50 or 60 Hz Dimensions: 19 in. W x 9.5 in. H x 26 in. D

    JM Sound

    Redondo Beach, CA

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    Magnus Audio MA-360
    120 Watts Class AB Power Amplifier

    MSRP $8,995



    The MA-360 is a 2 channel stereo power amplifier with the use of 16 carefully selected and matched powerful Bipolar transistors (4 pairs per channel, 8 pairs in total). With a rated output power of 120 watts per channel at 8 ohms (240 watts per channel at 4 ohms), the MA-3600 is capable of driving any loudspeakers even with low efficiency and low impedance.
     
     


    Magnus Audio MA-330
    Pure Class A Power Amplifier

    MSRP $8,995



    The MA-330 is the updated verison of the MA-260 2 channel pure Class A power amplifier. With the use of 5 pairs carefully selected and matched powerful Bipolar transistors per channel (10 pairs in total), the MA-330 is capable of delivering a guaranteed linear output of 45 watts x 2 into 8 ohms.
     
     


    Canary Audio MC10
    Tube MC Phono Preamplifier

    MSRP $8,995


    The MC10 employs an advanced circuitry with highest quality components to provide the extra gain stage and RIAA equalization circuitry that are required for highly accurate and low-noise reproduction of the low level output of a phonograph cartridge.

    Two Sweden Lundahl step-up transformers are used in the MC gain section to provide high gain with ultra low noise that guarantees a very quiet background. Another key feature is the use of Amtrans AMRG premium carbon film resistors (with gold-plated leads) along with other premium grade components throughout the circuit to achieve exceptional RIAA accuracy. On top of that, two pair of MC inputs are available for turntable with dual tonearm.
     
     


    Magnus Audio MA-500
    450 Watts Class AB Power Amplifier

    MSRP $16,995



    Each of the MA-500 power amplifier is handcrafted with the use of highest quality parts and components. The audio grade toroidal transformer is custom wound according to our specifications. Even the heavy-duty special designed heat sinks are custom made in order to meet our standards.
     
     


    Magnus Audio MA-400
    250 Watts Class AB Power Amplifier

    MSRP $13,995



    "The MA-400 has tube-like sonic qualities, such as richer and more natural colors/tonality/timbres, three-dimensional imaging, and a grainless liquidity not often found in solid-state amplifiers. However, this does not come at the expense of transparency and micro-details or a lack of dynamics and lower-frequency extension or control. I believe that--based on performance, quality of parts, and the high level of construction - the Magnus Audio MA-400 stereo amplifier belongs in the higher echelon of solid-state equipment on today's market."

    Terry London, Staff Reviewer for hometheaterreview.com
     
     


    Magnus Audio MA-260
    Pure Class A Power Amplifier

    MSRP $7,995



    The MA-260 is a 2 channel stereo power amplifier in pure Class A operation. With the use of 5 pairs carefully selected and matched powerful MOSFET transistors per channel (10 pairs in total), the MA-260 is capable of delivering a guaranteed linear output of 45 watts x 2 into 8 ohms.
     
     


    Magnus Audio MP-1000
    Stereo Preamplifier

    MSRP $6,495



    The MP-1000 features six analog inputs, two of which are balanced. There are two outputs, one single-ended and one balanced. The updated front panel has metal buttons for all functions of the preamplifier. The dot matrix display shows the volume level as well as the selected input signal. You can select directly between inputs, adjust volume level and change the brightness of the display via the included aluminum handheld remote.
     
     


    Canary Audio KD-2000
    Tube DAC

    MSRP $8,995


    The KD-2000 Tube DSD D/A converter is specially designed for those who like to play their music digitally without sacrificing sound quality. Utilizing the very finest technologies and uncompromising design, the KD-2000 is capable in offering the widest DSD and PCM support with highest sampling rate.
     
     


    Canary Audio M608
    EL34 Integrated Amplifier

    MSRP $7,995



    The M608 integrated amplifier is the result for the combination of our extraordinary designs in power amplifiers and preamplifiers. A combination that brings a new level of excitement and musical enjoyment.
     
     


    Canary Audio C630
    Tube Preamplifier

    MSRP $5,695



    The C630 stereo preamplifier is a perfect example of Canary Audio¹s craftsmanship and build quality. All components used are carefully chosen and hand soldered on the military grade circuit boards. Like our other products, the C630 is engineered and built to provide a lifetime of musical enjoyment.
     
     
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    Reviewer: Srajan Ebaen
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    Sources: 27" iMac with 5K Retina display, 4GHz quad-core engine with 4.4GHz turbo boost, 3TB Fusion Drive, 16GB SDRAM, OSX Yosemite, PureMusic 3.02, Tidal & Qobuz lossless streaming, COS Engineering D1, Metrum Hex, AURALiC Vega, Aqua Hifi La Scala MkII, Fore Audio DAISy 1, Apple iPod Classic 160GB (AIFF), Astell& Kern AK100 modified by Red Wine Audio, Cambridge Audio iD100, Pro-Ject Dock Box S Digital, Pure i20
    Preamplifiers: Nagra Jazz, Esoteric C-03, COS Engineering D1, Clones Audio AP1, Vinnie Rossi LIO [AVC option]
    Power & integrated amplifiers: Pass Labs XA30.8, FirstWatt S1, F6; Crayon Audio CFA-1.2; Goldmund Job 225; Gato Audio DIA-250; Aura Note Premier; Wyred4Sound mINT; April Music Stello S100 MkII, Vinnie Rossi Lio, AURALiC Merak [on loan]
    Loudspeakers: EnigmAcoustics M1, Albedo Audio Aptica, soundkaos Wave 40, Sounddeco Sigma 2; Boenicke Audio W5se, Zu Audio Submission; German Physiks HRS-120, Eversound Essence, Gallo Strada II w. TR-3D subwoofer
    Cables: Complete loom of Zu Event; KingRex uArt double-header USB; Tombo Trøn S/PDIF; van den Hul AES/EBU; AudioQuest Diamond glass-fibre Toslink; Arkana Research XLR/RCA and speaker cables [on loan]
    Power delivery: Vibex Granada/Alhambra on all components
    Equipment rack: Artesania Audio Exoteryc double-wide 3-tier with optional glass shelves, Krion amp shelf
    Sundry accessories: Acoustic System resonators, two Verictum Silver X Block (EMI/RFI traps for component chassis)
    Room: Irregularly shaped 9.5 x 10m open floor plan with additional 2nd-floor loft; wood-paneled sloping ceiling; parquet flooring; lots of non-parallel surfaces (pictorial tour here)
    Review component retail: $5'995

    Magnus Audio. Never heard of 'em? Neither had I. So I looked. Over five years, their News page showed just three entries. The first dated back to November 2009. Then came February 2010 to announce their official site launch. The last entry had hit in August 2013. It introduced their then new preamplifier. With no updates since but already three discontinued models, the outgoing message seemed mixed. I only ever stumbled across the brand because they'd solicited us. "This is John from Canary Audio. I would like to thank you for taking your time to review our tube DAC. My reason for contacting you again is to see whether you are interested (and have time) to review a solid-state amplifier. We are looking for the opportunity to have a review done on the Magnus Audio MA-260 pure class A stereo power amp." Like his tube electronics which fly below the usual radar of heavy review/advert presence but have been around, his transistor equivalents clearly frequented the same low-flying airline.

    That says nothing about product quality, only that they're weak on marketing; or have plenty of word-of-mouth biz to not bother. In fact, not to advertise leaves more coin to invest into the actual hardware. Brands you've never heard of could offer the highest material value because of it. News pages in limbo are simply counterproductive. But giving John Laurel a break was easy. Having covered his Canary products with multiple reviews over the years, I knew of their excellence. So what if their marketing was iffy? I couldn't design an amp if my life depended on it. We've all got different talents. Did you know that historically, the word 'talent' referred to a scale and a unit of weight? An ancient Greek talent then was about 26kg. Later it became a currency worth 6'000 drachma.


    Checking John's MA-260 page, I saw that his amp weighed 60lbs and was trimmed out in a silver face plate with black handles à la vintage Audio Research. I felt like a successful talent scout. It also specified 5 pairs of Mosfets per channel; switchable XLR/RCA inputs; 45/90wpc into 8/4Ω; ±0.1dB bandwidth from 10Hz to 50kHz; an absolutely massive 40dB of gain; 35/50kΩ input impedance on RCA/XLR; 1Vrms input sensitivity; and 450 watts of continuous power consumption to validate pure class A bias. DImensions were 19 x 6 x 17" WxHxD, warranty was 3 years parts and labour. Was I interested to review it? Absolutely. Whilst I didn't yet have data on drachmas, I'd find out soon enough. For a sonic talent test, I already had the pure class A Pass Labs XA30.8 to be all set.

    In this age of growing energy awareness, the inefficiency of class A power conversion seems predestined for outlaw status. Just so, by mid 2015, disproportionately high power draw of about 10 times its rated power even at idle hadn't yet brought down the legislative axe. Being always on, class A devices don't switch. They bypass zero-crossing issues but enforce 10% or lower efficiency. The SET abbreviation for single-ended triode spells out why such circuits must be class A by design. A single output device per channel couldn't possibly switch on and off. With tubes, such SE circuits are popular. Thus the 't' in SET nearly always refers to triode, not transistor. Equally common are low power figures, often in the single-digit realm. As soon as the term transistor is uttered, buyers expect power. So transistor SET are far more rare. It's unfair but, ten watts or less are perfectly legit even for very expensive 10Y, 101D, PX25, 45, 2A3 or 300B amplifiers. Meanwhile they'd make most equivalent Mosfet, BJT or Jfet versions unsellable. If a transistor amp means to join the elite class A ranks and enjoy actual sales, it must deliver more power than its triodic kin. Enter class A push/pull and banks of paralleled devices. Voilà, our MA-260. Because its form factor is neither abnormally tall nor deep but arch conservative, it can't dissipate the heat which 100 or more 8Ω watts would generate. So it produces just shy of half that which for the vast triode majority would be extreme power. Yet for a transistor chappie it's merely middling. Them's the breaks. But it also cuts the other way. The MA-260 delivers more current and lower output Ω than most valve SET will. It becomes the better designated driver for more (less specialized) speakers with their bigger woofers of high back EMF and/or standard ported alignments with wicked phase angles and steep impedance fluctuations. That's how things balance out again. At $5'995, the MA-260 also sets its coin needle spot on versus the $6'500 Pass Labs XA30.8 which milks 30/60wpc into 8/4Ω from 10 push/pull Mosfet pairs per side.


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