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Quicksilver Audio was founded in 1984 by Mike Sanders. They continue to build high quality audio components in the United States.

 


 

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Remote Control Line Stage Preamplifier

Improved soundstage width and depth and higher resolution are changes to the Remote Control Linestage Preamp. In addition, a newly designed audio choke increases power and dynamics. The internal shielded cable has been eliminated, output impedance has been lowered and the power supply filtering and capacitance have been increased. A precision motorized Alps attenuator is still the best sounding volume control and video pass-through is available on request.

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Quicksilver 120 Monoblock Amplifier

The new Mono 120 brings the finesse and transparency of low powered tube amplifiers into the realm of less efficient speakers. Employing only two output tubes, this circuit provides 120 watts without stressing or pushing these tubes to their limit, and with the lowest output impedance and distortion of all the Quicksilver amplifiers, the Mono 120 brings a new level of performance to this power range.

An on-board bias meter allows individual adjustment of each output tube and, with low-noise power supplies and circuitry, the Mono 120 can still be used on very efficient speakers. The 180 Joules of energy storage provide effortless dynamic response, transmitting the full musical impact of sudden shifts from soft to loud. The Mono 120 has a black chassis and chrome-plated transformer covers.

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Mid Mono Monoblock Amplifier

 

Quicksilver’s Mid Mono amplifier is completely hand-wired and can use many different output tubes;  the Mid Mono has a low loss output transformer, adjustable bias, and five-way gold-plated binding posts. Setting the bias is very simple: two screwdriver controls and pin jacks for any multimeter that reads millivolts. Power is 40 watts at 50% triode operation with the standard EL34s or KT88s, 45 watts with KT120s and 50 watts with KT150s.

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