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Hypex NCore Monoblock Amplifiers – A Mola-Mola Preview Review?http://www.audiophilejournal.com/hypex-ncore-monoblock-amplifiers-mola-mola/
Since there is talk in the other thread about the NC1200 modules I thought I'd start a thread about them.These are the manufacturers that are using the NC1200 modules that I know of. Feel free to add to it.http://mola-mola.nl/rumored to be $11,500http://www.acousticimagery.com/rumored sub $10,000http://www.thetadigital.com/index.shtmlrumored to be $12,000
Nice mention for Bruno and Mola-Mola on this page of 6 Moons' industry feature on the High End Society Munich 2012 show.Martin
This was worth reading in that article. The Mola Mola's are going to be improved."Under the hood of the curved mono amps sits the already renowned Ncore module but contrary to the evaluation models we reviewed recently, the Mola Mola version gets an enhanced discrete input stage to further improve the circuitry."
The Hypex NC400 can be assembled for under $2000. Lets more than double that price for manufacturing and all that goes with it to say, $4500. I'd like to know what is in the NC1200 modules and power supplies that takes the price up to $9000 and beyond?
I'd like to know what is in the NC1200 modules and power supplies that takes the price up to $9000 and beyond?
I don't mean to say this is an unworthy or completely run of the mill switching amplifier design and technology. I want them myself. On the other hand there doesn't appear to be any extremely costly components on the slightly larger 1200 modules compared to the 400's. If there are then that is my question. If the reason is casework, I feel the manufacture may benefit from a discussion.
I'm pretty sure all the 1200 modules will be getting some type of custom input circuit, as Bruno designed them for this purpose so the different mfrs. could make them their own...
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