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The best power amplifiers for sale in New Zealand

The power amplifier is the core of every audio system. The amplifier is responsible for doing all of the laborious tasks necessary to provide you with a high-quality listening experience.

A power amplifier is an electronic device that accepts an electrical signal amplify its power to drive speakers. The increase in power is obtained by dramatically boosting the input signal.

Because of the wide variety of applications for power amplifiers, the output power of these devices varies widely. A power amplifier made for use with loudspeakers in a sound reinforcement system can have an output power of between 100watts to a staggering 1.5 kW. Power amplifiers for back-ends in professional recording studios normally do not have power output exceeding 1 kW.

Integrated designs make up the vast majority of amplifiers sold in the audio market. However, when compared to integrated amps, power amplification units produce much more higher quality power, which is why power amplification is a good idea.

The power amplifiers for sale from Distinction Audio are designed to accommodate a wide range of high-end requirements, from the most fundamental to the most extravagant. Distinction Audio provides audio gear that delivers extraordinary sound and is aesthetically pleasing, and it does it at an affordable price.

The Distinction Audio power amplifier range

Gryphon, Yamaha, Rotel, Trinnov, AudioControl, and Dan D’Agostino are just a few of the well-known audio companies whose products we carry.

Gryphon

Gryphon’s goal has always been to provide the best audio possible, in terms of sheer melody, clarity and realism. Years of experience producing Antileon EVO and Mephisto, as well as continued research in the realms of circuit architecture, component quality and dependability have resulted in Apex: the new flagship amplifier of the Gryphon Audio Designs brand.

Rotel

Rotel have been manufacturing category-defining amplifiers for decades now, and delivers fantastic quality power amps from two channel stereo 350w each channel all the way to 12 channel 100w amps. Rotel’s new stereo Class AB power amplifier is capable of delivering 350 watts per channel into an eight-ohm load when both channels are powered.

Yamaha

Yamaha is the premier sound company in the world, with more than a century of expertise. The time-honoured craftsmanship and market-leading innovation of the M-5000 and MX-A5200 AVENTAGE power amplifiers embody this tradition and serve as the pinnacle of high-fidelity audio reproduction.

Trinnov

The Amplitude16 is the most flexible power amplifier ever made, so it can meet all of your home theatre’s needs. The Amplitude16 was made for immersive home theatres with custom integration in mind. This makes it one of the most flexible power amplifiers on the market today, giving integrators the ability to meet different channel counts and power needs.

D’Agostino

No name is more intimately connected with high-end audio amplifiers than that of Dan D’Agostino. Building on almost a decade of amazing critical and customer acceptance for the Momentum amplifier platform, the new MxV performance level lifts this highly appreciated amplifier to even higher heights. The Momentum M400 MxV models incorporate concepts and topologies previously developed and applied in the Relentless Mono Amplifier.

AudioControl

AudioControl amplifiers run cool, giving authoritative power and flawless audio performances while ensuring bulletproof durability to last, quite literally, a lifetime. AudioControl amplifiers are constructed on a unique Class H architecture, which produces authoritative power and immaculate sonics without creating the additional heat inherent to conventional designs.

Audiolab

With more efficient components, high-definition audio format technology and reinvented aesthetics, the 8300 Series has upped the standard. The 8300XP is a classic Audiolab stereo power amplifier, with a sound as clean and sharp as its basic design. The 8300MB is a compact powerhouse, holding 250W of pure, harmonic amplification.

Why choose Distinction Audio to buy your Power Amplifier?

An audio system’s power amplifiers are critical to its overall sound quality. Choosing the correct amplifier for your loudspeakers and complete sound system is a huge choice. There are so many alternatives out there when it comes to buying a power amplifier. With a love for creative and high quality products and decades of expertise, Distinction Audio has earned a reputation for itself as a go-to source for power amplifiers in home.

Consumers and businesses all around the globe can benefit from cutting-edge smart home automation technology thanks to Distinction Audio’s high-quality products, low prices, and multinational design team, which can create a tailored product at a budget appropriate price for any location. You might also enjoy our range of floorstanding speakers and bookshelf speakers for sale.

Frequently asked questions

Does a power amplifier make for better sound?

The sound quality is unaffected by pre-amplifiers since they enhance audio signals linearly in the ideal scenario. However, less-than-ideal amplifiers, amp settings and amplifier-speaker combinations may impair sound quality. In order to adequately drive speakers and headphones, you’ll still need an amplifier.

Can speakers damage my amplifier?

Even though it’s not likely to happen, speakers can damage an amplifier, if the amplifier is putting too much strain on the speakers. It’s more probable that your amplifier may damage the speakers which in response can destroy the amplifier. This generally occurs with low impedance speakers attached.

What does a power amplifier do?

The purpose of a power amplifier is to boost the power level of input signal. It is essential to supply a huge quantity of electricity and needs to manage high current.

Do I need an integrated or a power amplifier?

An integrated amp has both a preamp and a power amp built into it. A separate preamp + power amplifier gives you better sound quality, but an integrated amp is cheaper and easier to use.