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No. 433 Amplifier

Noiselessly delivering 600 watts (200 watts per channel for three channels of amplification) to a typical 8-ohm speaker, the No. 433 ensures channel isolation by providing each one with its own transformer and power supply. The result is an amplifier that sounds great and has the power to drive even the most demanding speakers.

Special Features: Despite its power, the No. 433 uses large heat sinks instead of noisy fans to keep things running cool. Consequently, it is as noiseless as it is devoid of confusing switches and controls.

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