MC275 Amplifier

    Many audiophiles consider amplifiers based on tubes, rather than transistors, to have a warmer, more natural sound. McIntosh’s MC275 epitomizes the retro aesthetic of tubes. This 75-watt-per-channel stereo amplifier has remained essentially unchanged since it was designed in 1961.

    Special Features: Instead of switching to more modern engraving, McIntosh still die-casts the MC275’s nameplate just as it did decades ago.

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