The Return of Moscode
NY Hilton Room 1014 April 28th through May 1st
Meet Designer George Kaye
In Stereo and Vertical Bi-Amp Demonstrations
Tune Your System Sound by Changing the Driver Tubes
Edge-Lit Glass Logo Changes Color Showing Status
Direct To You On The ‘Net
Introducing the 401HR Tube Stereo Amplifier
I’m George Kaye, and I’d like to tell you about my new power amplifier debuting at HE2005.
Everyone knows I’m a tube man, going back through the Moscode 300 to Futterman OTLs. I love tube sound. The challenge for me has always been delivering the tube refinement of the Futterman OTLs using less-expensive and efficient solid-state output devices to keep the price and running costs down.
My powerful, refined new 401HR delivers a crisp, dynamic, musical 200Wpc using a classic tube driver stage coupled to MOSFET power outputs. It’s presented in a handsome chassis with enclosed heatsinks and sexy drop-down front panel for easy access to the tubes. You can use our factory-supplied tube pairs or literally tune the sound by changing the driver tubes. The 401HR incorporates every circuit refinement I’ve made over the last 20 years for the many Moscode 300s still out there.
The new 401HR (my salute to Harvey Rosenberg) is a powerful, nuanced and engaging amplifier; it entices you into the music. It features an attractive but discreet edge-lit logo in the tube window that changes color depending on operating status. For those who are power mad, a mono switch parallels the inputs for easy vertical biamping.
I invite you to visit the Moscode website — live in a day or two — to learn more about the 401HR.}
Or find us on the ‘net at www.moscode.com