KVP 30 – we have made a very serious effort to make it look and sound better then the KVP 10. The chassis is made of a specially bent 5 mm aluminum.. This preamplifier now has a single power supply which was totally redesigned for this product. The new power supply, unlike the previous model, has a shunt voltage regulator with a massive 1000uF filtering, an ECL 82 valve in the regulation and a 80VA mains toroid transformer. The KVP 30 is a line only preamplifier with 6 inputs, one recording output and two power amplifier outputs. The line section has one ECC82 and one ECC 81 valve per channel. KVP 30 has no overall feedback. It is completely internally wired with Van den Hul SCS18/C5 wires, has an Alps volume pot, Vishay resistors, gold plated teflon insulated RCA connectors and Mundorf Supreme signal capacitors. Remote volume control is included. A phono stage will be available very soon in the same separate chassis with MM and MC inputs.

KTA 300 replaces the KTA 100 our best selling power amplifier. The construction of the KTA 300 is totally dual mono, with 20% larger power transformers which are now 600VA each. The power supply capacitors are 36000uF each (two per channel) made by famous Italian manufacturer Kendeil. Other improvements are a new driver stage and new transistors for the driver and predriver stage. The chassis for the KTA 300 is the same style as the KVP 30 Other features are: complete dual mono construction with two 600VA toroidal transformers, 35A bridge and 144,000 uF of filter caps in the power supply, a completely symmetrical push-pull circuit with 3 pairs of Motorola bipolar transistors in the output stage of each channel, internal wiring is VdH SCS 12/18 and all connectors are gold plated/teflon insulated. It works in class A up to 30 W. A true powerhouse!

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