Halcro has released a stereo version of the Eclipse amplifier
The high-end Halcro Eclipse Stereo power amplifier is the stereophonic brother of the Eclipse Mono. Compared to previous products, the new Eclipse Stereo features an improved input section with reduced distortion and non-linear effects.
The device used several power supplies with correction. According to Halcro, the internals feature superior shielding.
As for the sound, first of all, the manufacturer noted the “exact scene” and the ability to convey musical material in its original form. Halcro also drew attention to phase coherence: the device is able to constantly maintain synchronization even when playing complex material.
The Eclipse Stereo was rated at 180 watts per channel into 8 ohms and 350 watts into 4 ohms. The range of reproducible frequencies extends from 3 Hz to 215 kHz (at -3 dB) and from 7 Hz to 90 kHz (-1 dB).
Separately, it should be noted that the Eclipse Stereo does not require a stand – the amplifier is designed as an interior item. The total weight of the structure is 62 kg with dimensions 79x40x40 cm.
The cost of the new Halcro Eclipse Stereo for the US market was $ 40,000.