Nagra Melody and Classic Pre-Power System Ex Demo
Nagra Classic Amp - https://www.nagraaudio.com/product/classic-amp/
Nagra Melody - https://www.nagraaudio.com/product/nagra-melody
High-end solid-state preamplifier
The Nagra MELODY solid-state preamplifier establishes new levels in terms of sonic transparency and exactitude. Everything within its high precision electronics contributes towards musical realism respecting the slightest detail and nuance. The Nagra MELODY maintains the traditional ergonomics and Nagra look, with the modulometer on the front face to indicate the output signal level.
The Nagra MELODY is built using exclusively discreet components of audiophile quality, and transistors that are individually tested and matched. Levels can be increased by 12 dB using a simple switch, thus the preamplifier can comfortably handle sources supplying weak output signal levels. The design concept allows the Nagra MELODY to operate in a sovereign silence and perfect stability, leaving the music to display its detail in total harmony.
NAGRA CLASSIC AMP High power solid-state stereo amplifier
The Nagra CLASSIC AMP was designed for extremely high quality installations, which require high power while maintaining a perfect musical delivery of the Watts.
The unit operates in pure class A over a very large power band and beyond in class AB. Each of the output stages is based on tandem MOSFET transistors of exceptional characteristics.
Generally, assembly of an equivalent output stage requires several pairs of transistors, which is difficult to achieve precisely. The simplicity of the CLASSIC AMP’s design is the key to its musicality.
The input and driver stages also contribute equally to the overall performance and precision.
The Nagra CLASSIC AMP is characterised by its stability, irrespective of the loads placed upon it.
The power circuits drew particular care in the design stage.
They are based upon an innovative concept: An overdimensioned transformer and a diode bridge are placed upstream of the PFC decoupling stage, used to actively correct the power factor.