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Zahl HM1 Headphone Amp

Zahl
$11,999.00
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Contact us for Pre-Orders. Only 50 available Worldwide!

HM1 REFERENCE HEADPHONES MIXING AMPLIFIER -ANALOGUE TECHNOLOGY IN PERFECTION

The Zahl HM1 is a reference amplifier with unprecedented transparency and precision, attention to detail and massive power performance. Boasting a rich feature set for both high-end enthusiasts and professional users, it is designed and manufactured in Germany.

  • Class A power amplifier in its purest form
  • switchable negative feedback ("servo") while maintaining Class A operation
  • Cross-fade or switch between two stereo sources (channel A /channel B)
  • perform a precise, critical A/B comparison with independent volume compensation
  • create a mix from two audio sources

Precise, finely tuned tools for sound adjustment. Stereo base control for adjusting the stereo image (spatiality).

  • perfect impulse reproduction
  • ultra wide frequency response
  • extremely low impedance output precisely controls complex loads
  • pure analogue design
  • consistent dual-mono layout
  • logic circuits without clock generators
  • straight linear power supply with power transformer in external housing
  • no-compromise selection of components
  • no-compromise interior and exterior construction

PREAMPLIFIER IN MINIMALIST SYSTEM
By connecting power amplifiers or active speakers to the Line Out outputs, the HM1 can be used as a preamplifier. Example of a minimalist setup: Streamer to HM1 Input A, turntable (with built-in or external RIAA amplifier) to Input B, active speakers to Line Out.
2-CHANNEL MIXING CONSOLE
As a mixer, the HM1 can merge any two sources at Inputs A and B to create a new music programme - or simply cross-fade from one source to the other. The mix is present at the line out outputs and may be fed to an audio recording device.
EFFECT/TEST
By using the "A Thru" output, a sound processing or effect device can be "looped in". It is fed from "A Thru" and its output is applied to Input B. The ratio between original and effect unit is set at the A/B volume controls. Instead of the effect, any device to be tested can be looped in. The listening comparison is then made by carefully matching the volume controls and then pressing the A/B on/off switches.


    Contact us for Pre-Orders. Only 50 available Worldwide!

    HM1 REFERENCE HEADPHONES MIXING AMPLIFIER -ANALOGUE TECHNOLOGY IN PERFECTION

    The Zahl HM1 is a reference amplifier with unprecedented transparency and precision, attention to detail and massive power performance. Boasting a rich feature set for both high-end enthusiasts and professional users, it is designed and manufactured in Germany.

    • Class A power amplifier in its purest form
    • switchable negative feedback ("servo") while maintaining Class A operation
    • Cross-fade or switch between two stereo sources (channel A /channel B)
    • perform a precise, critical A/B comparison with independent volume compensation
    • create a mix from two audio sources

    Precise, finely tuned tools for sound adjustment. Stereo base control for adjusting the stereo image (spatiality).

    • perfect impulse reproduction
    • ultra wide frequency response
    • extremely low impedance output precisely controls complex loads
    • pure analogue design
    • consistent dual-mono layout
    • logic circuits without clock generators
    • straight linear power supply with power transformer in external housing
    • no-compromise selection of components
    • no-compromise interior and exterior construction

    PREAMPLIFIER IN MINIMALIST SYSTEM
    By connecting power amplifiers or active speakers to the Line Out outputs, the HM1 can be used as a preamplifier. Example of a minimalist setup: Streamer to HM1 Input A, turntable (with built-in or external RIAA amplifier) to Input B, active speakers to Line Out.
    2-CHANNEL MIXING CONSOLE
    As a mixer, the HM1 can merge any two sources at Inputs A and B to create a new music programme - or simply cross-fade from one source to the other. The mix is present at the line out outputs and may be fed to an audio recording device.
    EFFECT/TEST
    By using the "A Thru" output, a sound processing or effect device can be "looped in". It is fed from "A Thru" and its output is applied to Input B. The ratio between original and effect unit is set at the A/B volume controls. Instead of the effect, any device to be tested can be looped in. The listening comparison is then made by carefully matching the volume controls and then pressing the A/B on/off switches.