Odyssey Khartago SE Stereo Power Amplifier *with full upgrade package*
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May 19, 2013 at 9:14 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 3


100+ Head-Fier
Jan 9, 2013
New England

Odyssey Khartago - stereo power amplifier
I'm relatively new to Head-Fi, but I have a long history of 100% positive feedback on eBay, Steve Hoffman Forums, and more recently AudioGon.  My username is the same on all sites, "johnnypaddock". Please email me with any questions. I would also be happy to discuss details over the phone if that is easier as well. Obviously this isn't a headphone amp, so I hope it's ok to post here. If not, please let me know. Thanks for looking.
Email:  johnnypaddock@gmail.com
On to the amplifier... I purchased this just a few weeks ago on Audiogon, and I have to say that I'm amazed with it's performance. It sounds better than any amplifier that I've ever owned. I hate to sell it, but unfortunately it's just a little bit too large for my setup. It looks fantastic as well... just a minor nick or two. I can't imagine someone being disappointed in this amp. I am essentially the second owner, but have not registered the amp yet, so the 20 year warranty (!!!!) should still be an option.
This amplifier was hand built by Klaus Bunge, using essentially the same design from Symphonic Line amplifiers, made famous in Germany. Look it up!
It is complete with:
Full power supply upgrade
Full board upgrade, SE Reference / Quattro
Reference caps.
Class A/AB
2 ohm stable
Power: 115Wpc RMS 8 ohms
Bandwidth: 2Hz–400kHz
Current: 40 amps
Distortion:500 continuous damping factor
Input impedance: >22kOhms
Inputs: One pair RCA
Weight: 30 lbs.
Dimensions: 18" x 18.5" x 4"
May 19, 2013 at 2:28 PM Post #2 of 3


100+ Head-Fier
Jun 13, 2002
It may help your sale if you have more specific description of the upgrades as there are different levels of power supply upgrades and circuit board colors as well as componets on the boards, an internal photo would be the most descriptive. There are 4 screws on the bottom that hold the cover on then it slides off rearward. There may be some damping type material on the inside of the cover that you will need to clear to slide it all the way off.
I am not interested in the amp, I already have a pair of Khartago mono's myself but that is just what people look for. Good luck with the sale!
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