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GamuT
GamuT M250i Amp, RS7i Speakers, D3i Preamp & Reference Cables

 

GamuT M250i Amp, RS7i Speakers, D3i Preamp & Reference Cables AXPONA 2016

 

  GamuT will be at AXPONA 2016 with their complete GamuT system including speakers, amplifiers and cables within room 438. GamuT, Danish manufacturers of handcrafted state-of-the-art audio components, will unveil their new flagship loudspeakers: The RSi-series. GamuT's credo is to provide audio components capable of recreating the full acoustic as well as the dynamic energy and emotional experience of any musical performance. GamuT started building amplifiers for recording studios in the early eighties. Amplifiers for professional recording studios must be able to run flawlessly 24/7 and all Gamut amplifiers can handle that without breaking a sweat. Most of the amplifiers built back then are still being used today. Thus Gamut and its unique single MOSFET technology were born. Gamut long since branched into designing and manufacturing loudspeakers, electronics and cables.

 

GamuT M250i Amp

 

GamuT M250i Mono Amplifiers
The "Single MOSFET" circuit is a unique Gamut invention. It is at the heart of all Gamut amplifiers and eliminates two of the biggest problems in amplifier design. Gamut amps output section consists of only two transistors – one for the positive rail and one for the negative rail. Both are NPN transistors, meaning they are identical and without the shortcomings of the PNP type transistor, which the audio industry has been avoiding in line stages for years, but are forced to use in output stages. Gamut's MOSFET design delivers a signal without any time smearing or crossover distortion, resulting in an extremely high degree of control over the loudspeakers.

 

 

Gamut's MOSFETs can handle 100A each - continuously – up to 500A peak! Pricing is $12,990. The M250i monos are conservatory rated to deliver 250 watts into 8 Ohms, doubling to 500 watts into 4 Ohms and doubling again to 1000 watts into 2 Ohms. The M250i monos exhibit exceptional agility, lightning fast transients speeds, and sort of delicacy and purity typically associated with small Class A amps.

 

GamuT M250i Amp, RS7i Speakers

 

GamuT RS7i Speakers
There are four models in the new RSi-series. From quite possible the most accurate and musically engaging standmount speaker ever made, the RS3i, to the no-compromise, full range ZODIAC, capable of recreating the full acoustic as well as the dynamic energy and emotional experience of any musical performance - transforming your home into a full-fledged concert hall.

GamuT's revolutionary new RSi-series, curved enclosure consists of 21 individual layers of various kinds of real wood. Result: A gorgeous curved wood cabinet that does not store energy, but releases it instantly, delivering an in-phase and more pleasing harmonic sonic structure. The GamuT RS7i is a full-range musically and emotionally engaging speaker capable of recreating the natural timbre and micro-dynamics of voices and instruments. Priced at $39,990, GamuT's RS-series is available in Ivory, Ruby, Onyx or Maroon. All Gamut audio components are handcrafted by master artisans in Denmark.

 

 

GamuT D3i Dual-Mono Preamplifier
Using GamuT's proprietary single MOSFET design and being true dual-mono, this preamp presents vocals with solid and upfront imaging, reinforcing the illusion of a live performance. Cymbals twinkle with a complex mix of texture and frequency. Horns avoid a bright edginess, gathering instead a refined and emotional element. Pricing for the D3i preamplifier is $8390.

 

GamuT's Reference Cables
GamuT introduces it's new ‘Reference' line of high-performance cables. Each of the conductors' 38 strands is constructed from extremely high grade Matched Crystal OFC with a dense and very pure silver coating of varying thicknesses. Insulation between core and shielding is PTFE (Teflon), an excellent insulator – but with one drawback: it can build up static charge, resulting in noise and smearing of fine detail. GamuT therefore sourced a special fabric, which is tightly sewn around the conductor to effectively remove static and dampen micro resonances. The GamuT Reference line has speaker cables, interconnects and power cables.

 

 

Pear Audio Blue
Kid Thomas/Cornet 2 turntable/tonearm, external power supply and Reference phono stage Pear Audio Blue handcrafted turntables and tonearm represent Tom Fletcher's (Nottingham Analogue) triumphant last designs in the pursuit of the ultimate turntable.

The top model, Kid Thomas, is made to the deliver the ultimate in analogue playback. With a solid dual-layer wood plinth, a massive platter and a separate ultra-low torque AC synchronous motor for extremely speed stability, that also drastically reduces energy transfer to the platter, resulting in a ultra-quiet musical turntable with superior tempo, flow and timing. A turntable where every part is sonically in-phase - the whole is worth more than the sum of it's parts.

The musical Kid Thomas/Cornet 2 will serve as source for GamuT's system. $9995. GamuT's chief designer Benno Baun Meldgaard will be on hand demonstraiting and will also do a speaker optimization seminar every day at 2 PM. Also stop by for GamuT's Vinyl Party on Friday at 5:30 PM, where Chad Kassem of Acoustic Sounds will spin new and upcoming vinyl from Acoustic Sounds.

 

 

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