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Audio by Van Alstine
Transcendence 10RB Preamplifier And DVA 850 Hybrid Monoblock Amplifier

 

Audio by Van Alstine Transcendence 10RB Preamplifier And DVA 850 Hybrid Amplifier AXPONA 2016

 

  Audio By Van Alstine will be at AXPONA 2016 with their Transcendence 10RB vacuum tube preamplifier and DVA850 ultra-high power hybrid monoblock amplifiers ($899 ad $3699 respectively). The new AVA Transcendence 10RB vacuum tube preamp. AVA's brand new T10 RB preamplifier is an amazing evolution of award winning Transcendence Eight series preamplifiers. With its newly designed mother board, they have executed significant improvements. The T10 RB mother board has separate and isolated ground panels for each section; the high voltage power supply, the low voltage power supply, and the audio circuits. This allows us to produce a very quiet vacuum tube preamplifier.

 

Audio by Van Alstine Transcendence 10RB Preamplifier

 

The T10RB vacuum tube preamplifier has a high voltage power supply that features a huge pie network ahead of the four active regulators, taking supply noise and interaction down to nearly zero. In addition, there are separate regulated power supplies for the high voltage, the tube heaters, the headphone section, plus the optional phono section. A new mother board takes advantage of the latest high capacity power supply capacitors and specify all polypropylene capacitors in the signal paths. The T10 RB is all tube, using 6DJ8 tubes in the gain stages. It includes the provision for an outstanding brand new split passive EQ optional phono section with its own isolated regulated power supplies. The end result of these efforts is a natural, engaging, dynamic, high resolution preamplifier that can interface seamlessly into and improve the most demanding audio systems.

Eliminating many functions purists never used significantly reduced AVA's parts cost and build labor time, allowing them to present uncompromised sonic beauty at a much lower cost than you would ever expect The Transcendence 10 RB has a precision volume control, a removable IEC power cord, gold plated input and output jacks and a double anodized faceplate. Also available is an optional remote control for those wanting to control the volume level from their ideal listening position. It has four sets of line level inputs (Line 1 used for the optional phono section if specified). It has two sets of audio outputs. The T10 RB preamplifier also includes, as a standard feature, an exquisite headphone amplifier. Audio By Van Alstine presents the Transcendence 10 RB preamplifier as the best the company can currently do at a very affordable price. The company feels that when you hear it, you will understand why they are so excited. The following options are available: RIAA adjustable MM/MC phono circuits ($329) and remote control with motorized volume and mute functions. ($299).

 

Audio by Van Alstine DVA 850 Hybrid Amplifier

 

AVA will also be showcasing their DVA850 ultra-high power monoblock amplifiers as pictured above. It has a 'delicate' Triode input, full complementary power MOSFET output, and multiple regulated power supplies. Inputs are switchable XLR balanced and RCA unbalanced. Finallly, a new DAC designed to play all music file formats is now available. You can visit AVA during AXPONA 2016 at room 432 where they will be driving a pair of Jim Salk's big Soundscape 8 speaker with their new high-end audio equipment.

 

 

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