V 40 SE | The All-rounder
The V 40 SE is a line level integrated amplifier with 2 x 40 W peak output power. He is a further development and direct descendant of the successful V 40 and V 50 amplifier models. His powerful, clear bass fundamentals and his captivating resolution in the high frequenc..
V 70 SE | The Powerhouse
The V 70 SE is a line level integrated amplifier delivering 2 x 70 W peak output power. Belonging to the same family of design as the V 40 SE, the V 70 SE performs with more power. His outstanding features are control and dynamics. The V 70 SE pl..
V 80 SE
The all-new OCTAVE V 80 SE sets new benchmarks for quality and performance in the product category of integrated amplifiers. It is the crown of the Octave integrated amplifier range and shines with a completely new amplifier design. A new driver stage, upgraded o..
V 110 SE
Following the phenomenal international success of the flagship Octave V 80 SE integrated amplifier, it was logical for the company to utilize the Octave Dynamic Technologies (ODT) in the further development of the popular V 110 model. The ODT concepts were first..
Many pre- and integrated-amplifiers available on the market today do not include dedicated phono inputs. Or if they offer one, most often it is nothing more than an afterthought as far as quality and functionality. The inputs fulfill only the requireme..
HP 300 SE
The HP 300 SE is a enhanced version of the HP 300 MKII. The HP 300 SE does not replace the HP 300 MKII, this model extends our range of Preamps. The HP 300 SE offers more flexibility in the connections and sonic benefits due to some improvements in the Power Supply ..
HP 700 SE
The Octave HP 700 preamplifier looks back to a long and successful history, the origins of its basic circuitry are derived from the classic HP 500 model, first presented in 1986. This concept has been consistently developed over 30 years and attracted w..
The Jubilee preamp
"...The Jubilee is a true work of art, providing a mastery of the music that is at the limit of what is possible in audio today..." This was the view expressed by Audio magazine when they reviewed the Jubilee preamplifier in June '98 and procl..