The new McIntosh MC2301 monoblock tube amplifier hails the fusion of our Unity Coupled and Quad-Differential circuit topologies. The Mcintosh Unity Coupled Circuit stands as one of the premiere tube topologies ever conceived, making possible revolutionary power bandwidth and low distortion. Quad-Differential circuitry, a recent McIntosh innovation, cancels nearly all induced noise and circuit-borne nonlinearities resulting in the lowest noise levels ever achieved in a tube amplifier. With 300 Watts available at 8, 4 or 2 ohms, the MC2301 provides power enough to drive even the most difficult loudspeakers. From the demands of massed chorale to full-on rock and roll, the MC2301 delivers the most extraordinarily lifelike and dynamic performance ever heard from a McIntosh tube amplifier.
McIntosh MC2301 Vacuum Tube Amplifier
McIntosh MC2301 Vacuum Tube Amplifier Features
300 Watts Mono Power Output.
Multifilar Wound output Transformers.
Wide Power Bandwidth.
Two Balanced Inputs/Outputs.
Remote Power Control with Meter Light Control.
Large Gold Plated Five-Way Binding Posts.
½” Thick Glass Front Panel with Tube View.
McIntosh MC2301 Vacuum Tube Amplifier Specifications
Power Output: 300 watts at 8, 4 or 2 Ohms.
Bandwidth: 10 Hz to 100 kHz.
Sound to Noise: 117 dB.
Tube Complement: 2x 12AT7 Voltage Amplifiers; 8x KT88 or 6550 Output Tubes.
Dimensions: 12 5/16” x 17 3/4” x 23”, 116 lbs.