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SOLD items 2014 archive 1 product details : 

Mega  M105
stereo  amplifier

MÉGA  M105   stereo  amplifier  :  grey / blue version
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   SOLD April 2014 on trademe  to Dunedin
S/N: 01 / 1173
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             MÉGA  M105 stereo amplifier - grey :
Features :
   Mid 80s vintage 25W stereo amplifier made in New Zealand by Tim Farrant of Buzz Audio
   No remote control
   MM / MC phono input options
   Slimline profile,  with side heatsinks
   Details to be updated for this M105 model in due course . . . .

This New Zealand made stereo amplifier has been internally and cosmetically restored
The excellent power supply makes the MÉGA M105 and M105 models very potent amplifiers for their small size
This is due to the excellent power supply which includes 10,000uf smoothing capacitors and a 150VA toroidal transformer
They possess good headroom, by producing higher than rated power for short bursts  - giving them an immediate and very expressive soundscape

Specifications :
  -:®:-    Early 1980s vintage : New Zealand made
  -:®:-    Power rating : 25W RMS at rated THD distortion 0.0?%
  -:®:-    Inputs : Phono [disc],  tuner,  cd  tape
  -:®:-    Power supply : generous capacitors and high quality components
  -:®:-    Speaker outputs : single set of stereo outputs  - high quality strong speaker binding posts
  -:®:-    Tone controls : Bass,   Treble,  Balance,  Tone defeat
  -:®:-    Dimensions [W x D x H]: 470 x 320 x 65mm  - including heatsinks and front control knobs
  -:®:-    Weight : 6.7kg  - packed weight ~ 9kg

   SOLD April 2014 on trademe  to Dunedin


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