Nobsound MS-10D MKII amplificateur à tube avec Bluetooth / USB / casque HIFI Verstärker
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- Ce produit se trouve en allemand, 1-2 jours de bz atteindre la plupart des régions allemandes, et 2-8 jours bz atteindre la plupart des pays européens.
- SVP, noter: Il est un amplificateur solide, avec un son parfait !! Cet amplificateur à tubes est le meilleur choix pour les amis HIFI primaire (ce est la version Nobsound MS-10D upgrated) >>>> Le best-seller et le plus amplificateur à tube rentable dans le monde. Tous les dix gens achètent amplificateur à tube, huit personnes lui choisir! <<<<
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This product is located in German, 1-2 bz days reach Most German regions, and 2-8 bz days reach Most European countries. Pls note :It is Solid amplifier ,with perfect sound !! This tube amplifier is the best choice for Primary HIFI friends (it's the Nobsound MS-10D Upgrated version) >>>>The best-selling and most cost-effective tube amplifier in the World. Every ten people buy tube amplifier, eight people choose him！<<<<
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A number of observations up front.
There's a German flag pasted all over the advertising. The amplifier is made in China not Germany.The distributor in Germany is competent, polite and, from my experience, keeps his delivery promises. He said delivery in three days and that's what I got. It comes in decent packaging but has a Euro style two pin mains plug. If, like me, you're a UK user you'll need either an adaptor or to change the plug for a domestic style UK one (with a 3 amp fuse).
The other issue is the name.. Come on guys.. Nobsound?? Really ??
I paid £123 for my amplifier including delivery.
Quality seems OK'ish. One of the wooden side panels came loose very soon after delivery. I have epoxied it back. Electrically it appears fine, no dead valves, no failed back lighting, no breakdowns, The Vu meter is extremely cool. The rear connections are of good quality. There are only two inputs (excluding the USB port on the front) this may be a limit for some people.
This is not a true valve amplifier, it uses a valve pre-amp stage with solid state power amplification in other words it is a hybrid amp. I bought it with a single purpose in mind.. To resurrect my collection of vinyl from my teenage years (I am now 56 years old.. you do the maths..). I didn't want or need an expensive device so took a punt on the Nobsound.
I've coupled it with my old Systemdek (which I bought from my first ever months salary and will never, ever be throwing away) and a pair of Gale Gold monitor speakers from Richer Sounds. the speakers are mounted on rigid spiked stands filled with sand.
O.K .. The big question? does it all work and does my vinyl sound like I remember it used to?
The first thing I have (re)discovered was that my records still cackled and popped. A few decades of CD's made me forget what 'records' were like.
The second thing is that vinyl played through this amp is a completely different experience to what I've become used to with CD.
..In simple terms I have time travelled to my youth. As far as a I can remember (aluminium saucepans excepted), this amp, together with the deck and speakers is a completely authentic experience. I absolutely adore it and will say, upfront, I am totally convinced. This is not a perfect sound system despite what the advertising blurb says, but and it is a big 'but' if you are looking to recreate the sound you enjoyed in your formative years this is where you may want to consider going. From my perspective this is the real deal and represents money well spent. It represents a deal for me with which I am very happy.
A few more observations based on a very happy couple of months.
* There's a hum from the speakers at anything over a third volume. I've tried everything I can to eliminate it but I can't. Classic 70's Hi-Fi in other words.
* The volume knob has a physical rough spot at around 30 degrees rotation. Since 25 degrees rotation is extremely loud I can live with this.
* The sound is different from what you might expect. If you've only ever listened to digital media then you might be disappointed, if you grew up
with the 'black disk' you'll be delighted.
* You'll need a phono stage. The amplifier doesn't have one. I use a Projekt phone stage, it's completely transparent other than taking up one of the sockets on my power strip.
* I've hooked up my reference TEAC PD-H01 Cd player, it sounds just fine, my favourite Seal CD is very enjoyable so I comfortable this amplifier works pretty well in the digital arena although it absolutely excels in the analogue world.
* The source switch that selects between the inputs is a bit 'local authority' but I haven't had any issues.
* It looks so cool in the dark when all the valves are glowing.
In summary. If you're looking to resurrect your vinyl collection and want to hear it as it should be heard buy one of these amplifiers, it is simply a revelation. You do not need to spend a huge amount of cash to hear your collection as it should be heard, technology has moved on quite a bit since most of my vinyl was pressed I am surprised how modest the costs have been.
One final observation.. Listened to DSOTM over Christmas through this amp and from vinyl and with friends. I could have cried..Getting old is so cruel.All I needed to return to my youth was for someone to have passed me the album cover and a packet of Rizla's ....