Hallmark Luxman Technology, Features, and Sound Quality in a Compact Package: Japanese-Made M-200 Power Amplifier Ideal for Desktop and Office Settings, Drives Speakers with Authority
Looking for a compact power amplifier tailored for a desktop or small room setting – and that delivers thrilling, audiophile-grade sound? The Luxman M-200 features push/pull architecture and innovative circuitry to reproduce music with seductive warmth and intensely engaging detail. M-200 also means you can enjoy Luxman's famous luxury-class fit and finish for a fraction of what the company's flagship electronics cost.
Despite weighing in at just over 15 pounds, M-200 arrives packed with Luxman's usual array of high-end technology. Bolstered with special parallel-connected, low-resistance speaker relays, M-200 effortlessly drives a wide variety of speaker loads – even with its 25 watts per channel into eight ohms rating. A loop-less chassis structure suppresses ground impedance interference and preserves realism that leads to viscerally engaging and emotionally satisfying sound. And Luxman's decision to include a non-angled circuit board tracing and hand-selected parts found in its more expensive 500 Series integrated amplifiers demonstrates the company's commitment to quality at every price point.
M-200 is also designed to adapt to your needs as your requirements change. Its BTL mode enables the Japanese-made component to work as a mono amplifier with 70Wpc of output to meet the requirements of low-impedance speakers and demands of larger rooms. An ultra-low-noise variable input option allows you to precisely control the volume of a computer and CD player, eliminating the need for a separate preamplifier. Users with variable-output DACs can simply engage the Direct input mode to take advantage of the aforementioned units' control functions. In addition, the front-panel display can process and track reproduced signals in real time.
We encourage you to audition M-200 in your home today with the security of our 60-Day Satisfaction Guarantee and hear the Luxman difference!
"The big surprise here is that Luxman delivers so much of its trademark sound in a compact, moderately priced, solid-state package."
Stereo or Mono Operation
By sliding the BTL switch on the rear panel, M-200 will almost triple its output power from 25 watts per channel (8Ω) to a 70 watt monoblock (8Ω).
With the balanced input, the phase can be easily inverted by simply engaging the phase invert switch on the rear panel.