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Item Condition: Good
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Gosford
State: New South Wales
Payment Method: PayPal with fee, EFT, Cash
Reason for selling: Not used

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Amazing Australian amp and almost an icon. Looks innocent but can drive just about anything. I’ve driven Apogee Scintillas with one of these on the 0.5 Ohm setting. It got pretty warm, but didn’t miss a beat.

Original wooden crate included, so shipping is not a problem.

 


 

The last and best of the ME75 line. Very, very close to the sound of the ME750, but in a most compact package. For the price, there is nothing on the new market that will match it for remotely close to the cost. 

 

Some brief specs:

  1,200VA, double C core, split wound, power transformer (earlier variants used 1,200VA types). 
Extra filter capacitance fitted close to the output devices. 
Extra heat sinking.

Some ME75B specs: 
Power output: 
120 Watts @ 8 Ohms 
190 Watts @ 4 Ohms 
250 Watts @ 2 Ohms 
300 Watts @ 1 Ohm 

ZERO global Negative Feedback. 
Critically matched semiconductors in every area of the audio stages. 
Class A to approximately 8 Watts. 
THD: < 0.07% - 20Hz ~ 20kHz 
IMD: < 0.05% 
Output current: 40 Amps 
Frequency response: DC ~ 150kHz +/- 0.5dB 
Phase response: < 1 degree. 0.1Hz ~ 20kHz 
Hum & noise: <110dB 
Damping factor: 80 (20Hz ~ 20kHz) 
Input impedance: 50,000 Ohms 
Energy storage matrix: 135,000uF 
Mass: 22kg


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The most underrated of ME amps I think. These really punch well above anything you will find in this price range. 
GLWTS Nutz 

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1 hour ago, jakeyb77 said:

The most underrated of ME amps I think. These really punch well above anything you will find in this price range. 
GLWTS Nutz 

Except maybe a beauty contest.

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10 minutes ago, shovel said:

Except maybe a beauty contest.

Maybe but then this is an “audio” forum is it not? 

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17 minutes ago, jakeyb77 said:

Maybe but then this is an “audio” forum is it not? 

Love it personally. Looks purposeful.

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4 minutes ago, thejt said:

Love it personally. Looks purposeful.

So do I. This may have even been one of my old ones. 

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1 hour ago, speedgod66 said:

Audionutz has had more ME Amps than Peter Stein ! He probably still has some stashed 😁

I have absolutely no idea what you mean ......? 🙄 😂

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They were the bomb. I had like 8 during my heyday. Loved how hot the older ones with the heat sinks got. So hot I had to warn other people from touching them

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