“So I’ve owned the Cary HH-1 for a little over a year and decided to sell it the other day. Oh boy do I regret my decision now. After spending so long with a piece of gear I grew attached to its sound signature and level of performance that is hard to come by. I’ve heard better amps for sound staging, micro-detail, bass, mids, treble etc. but there are very few that can put all...” --speedster2333
“Just a fantastic integrated amp. It a simple amp, only volume, balance, input selector, power switch and headphone switch (plus triode/linear tube settings on top). This thing is a classic for a reason. Do yourself a favor and at least listen to it before purchasing anything remotely close in price ($3-7k range). ” --JesseP
“ These are the best power amps I have ever owned, I have had them nearly 8 years. I do need to move to a smaller house so they will have to go eventually but they are difficult to part with. I now go to Hi Fi shows and come away wanting nothing. These will spoil you, but they are not an in your face sound, very musically engaging, and they go loud with the right speakers, however you will be...” --malky
The Nighthawk Headphone Amplifier is an all solid-state design, based on a new monolithic JFET device with exceptional sonic qualities. The combination of a well-designed front end and this Class A discrete complementary output stage yields tremendous speed and bandwidth for very accurate musical reproduction. The power supply is again designed with very low noise and over-spec’d parts...
Five (5) watts per channel in Class A Triode model (10 watts per channel KT-88's), integrated stereo amplifier, three (3) switched RCA stereo inputs per channel, sub woofer outputs one for each channel. Vacuum tubes in each channel consist of one (1) 12AX7A (dual triode) for the input gain and for the driver stage, and two (2) 6L6GC output power tubes. Filaments of the 12AX7A stages are...