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Micromega A60
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Micromega A60

Hi-Fi Amplifier from Micromega .

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Micromega A60Published on 09/11/08 at 09:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use this amp for 2 years. My config is as follows, Kef iQ 5 speakers, CD player Advance Acoustic MCD 203 and turntable Thorens TD 150 mk II.
The finish is magnfique, very sober and class. Conneteurs speakers on top. After that, it thickens a little.

The sound is fairly transparent, beautiful natural highs, good sound plan, good stereo. But lack of vigor in the lower (Kef's are very power-hungry for it. So use with speaker-efficient (avoid English). Not very nervous as amp, except at high volume where it was right to good dynamic. For cons, the term electronic noise when you move the volume knob in high levels. Not very professional.

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I use this amp for 2 years. My config is as follows, Kef iQ 5 speakers, CD player Advance Acoustic MCD 203 and turntable Thorens TD 150 mk II.
The finish is magnfique, very sober and class. Conneteurs speakers on top. After that, it thickens a little.

The sound is fairly transparent, beautiful natural highs, good sound plan, good stereo. But lack of vigor in the lower (Kef's are very power-hungry for it. So use with speaker-efficient (avoid English). Not very nervous as amp, except at high volume where it was right to good dynamic. For cons, the term electronic noise when you move the volume knob in high levels. Not very professional.

When you turn on the device, not plop through the speakers, which is much appreciated. Good protection (fuse very fast) in case of high intensity. For cons, I had to make our customer service following a fuse problem, and it is by far the worst customer service in the world, it is about how anyone (nice when you buy a relatively expensive device) and it is hanging up.

In terms of other features, we can see the headphone jack, which is, according to the instructions of "very high levels for audiophiles who like to listen with headphones." I have an excellent Sony MDR 7506. This is the worst headphones I've heard. Ultra aggressive, there's as senior media. Even the smallest headphone jack of any portable CD player at 10 euros, or your PC is 100 times better. Unusable.

Another joke, the phono input, which again according to the notive is "for fans of vinyl audiophiles" and is "very high quality, very careful with power." I have never sounded so beautiful Thorens zero. No dial tone (the voices go away), no fishing (there is the battery that goes), no dynamics (ie the breath, a little of her) and no levels (almost have to put the amp back for a correct level). I compare it to a phono preamp Vivanco at 30 euros, and guess what, the Micromega rot as it is not allowed. With Vivanco, I rediscovered my vinyl, fishing, clarity, dynamics. Yet it is a preamp to 30 euros.

To summarize, I would say that the A60 is still a good product, if you have efficient speakers, and you only listen to CD (or DVD). Otherwise, the history of the phono input and headphone jack, it's foutage of g. .. e, nothing to do with the high end.
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  • Manufacturer: Micromega
  • Model: A60
  • Category: Hi-Fi Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 11/09/2006

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