Music Hall a15.3 Integrated Amplifier
An Affordable, High Quality Integrated Amp
With integrated amplifiers, it’s way too easy to pay too much for a good quality component, or to pay a bargain price and end up with a poorly performing amp. Fortunately, Music Hall presents a healthy alternative.
The Music Hall a15.3 integrated amplifier answers the need for an affordable, high-quality integrated amp. Because it’s so affordable, it presents a smart alternative to all-in-one systems. It will also deliver much better sound than many surround receivers that aren’t designed for audiophile quality stereo audio.
The Music Hall has been designed for superb audio performance, with its high current amplification stage, ultra low noise preamplifier section, powerful high-current toroidal power transformer, and solid chassis with special padded vibration damping feet.
It Even Has a Phono Stage
The a15.3 is the perfect choice if you’re looking to assemble your first high-end audio system. Partner it with the matching Music Hall c-dac15.3 DAC/CD player and a Music Hall turntables for a great sounding system that’s also easy on your billfold. Connecting a turntable couldn’t be easier with the built-in moving magnet phono preamp.
Plenty of Connections
Speaking of connections, the a15.3 has an entire system’s worth. It features five gold-plated analog stereo inputs, one moving-magnet phono input, one pre-amp out, one 3.5mm headphone output, and one 3.5mm front panel line input that’s handy for plugging in your portable device. Gold-plated heavy gauge speaker binding posts complete the list.
This amplifier delivers an impressive 50 watts-per-channel at 8 ohms or 75 watts-per-channel at 4 ohms, which is plenty of power to drive the majority of loudspeakers on the market.
STEPHEN MEJIAS, OF STEREOPHILE ENTHUSES:
“…The Music Halls brought that same music forward and enveloped me in brilliant sound.”
“…Panning, swirling, phasing—seemed to reach into the listening room, wrap me up in colorful threads, and transport me into space.”
“Music played through the Music Hall a15.3’s phono stage sounded superb—quiet, dynamic, and emotionally compelling.