Driving circuit onsists of the most general and simple two-stage differential amplifier to match the output terminal, and uses a solid capacitor with excellent performance for significant voltage gain and feedback circuitry to maintain maximum linear characteristics even at low levels.

 

The current amplification terminal uses Mosfet with a small driving current and the bias circuit is designed with a stable bias by configuring an auto tracking circuit to cope with changes in temperature  and conditions so as to be free from environmental  influences.

 

The digital part prepared for the convenience of PC-Fi user is housed in a separate chamber so that it is not contaminated from jitter, and all connected signal lines are filtered and only sufficiently purified signal was processed to be connected to the amplifier.

 

A sufficient capacity transformer and a maximum speed regulation are configured and The power supply capacitors supplied to the amplifiers have been carefully selected to ensure sound quality and stability by adopting the proven audio capacitor.

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"Ardente MKⅡ"
(Integrated Amp 150W/CH)
BLUEAMP Op.5, No.2