Receivers & Amplifiers
Lyr is a extremely high-output headphone amplifier with a new Dynamically Adaptive output stage that provides high voltage output into virtually any headphone-up to 6 watts into 32 ohms-while maintaining excellent overall efficiency. Now, if you're a headphone guy, you're thinking "Holy Schiit! 6 watts! That'll make the magic smoke come out of my headphones! Why the hell do...
All-in-one amplifiers simply don't get any better than this! The Lepai LP-269FS has enough features to replace most stereo receivers: FM tuner, MP3 playback with SD/MMC card and USB support, and an IR remote control. Power up to four speakers with the dual stereo output.
This amplifier comes with ear-phone output. It is capable to drive the audio signals from CD, Radio, DVD. It is an intergret amplifier, combining all the functions.
This amplifier comes with the most functions among my amplifiers: 1. With USB/SD player. You does not need MP3 MP4 anymore. 2. FM radio. 3. Remoter. You can sleep at bed remote the favorite music. 4. There is a 3-wire cable for battery power supply in case of car mounting.
The Lepai LP-S60 four channel stereo amplifier is designed to look and operate like a car stereo. Advanced features not found on other mini amplifiers include: FM receiver, MP3 decoding with USB and SD/MMC card inputs, an IR remote control, and an antenna. Trim ring included for flush mounting.
PLL synthesized digital tuning with up to 24 presetsStereo headphone jackDigital LCD display90-minute automatic shut-offFeatures deep bass boostRotary volume controlRequires 2 AAA batteries (not included)
AM/FM stereo radio and stereo/mono switchBuilt-in speaker with deep bass boostDimensions: 2" W x 3 5/16" H x 11/16" DUses 1 AA battery (not included)Includes earbuds trailing antenna and neck strap
Valhalla is a Class A, single-ended triode headphone amplifier with no overall feedback and noninverting circuit topology. It provides classic tube sound and can drive headphones with impedances as low as 32 ohms. Yes, we know that all you got out of the preceding paragraph is probably, "Classic tube sound." And if you're not a tube junkie, you might not even know what that...