Alluxity (a division of Danish AVM-TEC) has released the Power Two stereo power amplifier. In fact, the new product repeats the topology of the output stages of the proprietary Integrated One. Almost the entire signal path in Power Two uses linear circuitry, without any contact groups or class D solutions. The input is a balanced circuit – the Power Two can receive both balanced and unbalanced signals on RCA or XLR connectors.
Depending on the impedance of the connected speakers – 8 or 4 ohms – the Power Two will deliver a maximum of 200 or 400 watts. At the same time, the transformer in the power supply will provide 600 VA per channel, and the total filter capacity is 120,000 μF.
The amplifier exhibits a signal-to-noise ratio above 100 dB. The developers noted that although the Power Two is smaller in size than its predecessor Power One, this does not mean that it is inferior in sound. As a signal source for Power Two, you can use Pre One or Pre Two preamplifiers – we have already talked about the latter.
Like the brand’s other semiconductor models, the Power Two features a milled from a single piece of aluminum with a full-color LCD touch screen on the front. The novelty is available in four standard finishes: silver, black, white or titanium orange. Other colors are also available at an additional cost.
The Alluxity Power Two stereo power adapter cost $7,800 in the US.