Stax SRM-T8000 Driver unit

Hét Stax antwoord op de vraag naar een energizer die hun elektrostatische top hoofdtelefoons (‘earspeakers’) optimaal aanstuurt. Na het debacle met de legendarische SRM-T2 in de jaren 90 (extreem goed klinkend maar thermisch instabiel) is Stax niet over één nacht ijs gegaan bij het ontwerpen van de T8000. De T8000 is een hybride versterker, met de bekende 6922 dubbel triodes in de eerste versterkertrap. Er is veel aandacht besteed aan het voorkomen van ruis en vibratie. Dit zorgt voor een transparant geluid met veel vanzelfsprekend detail, klank en ruimte. Het geluidsbeeld is groter en voller en de luisterbeleving is tegelijk intenser en rustgevender.

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Beschrijving

Introducing The New Reference Flagship Energiser From Stax

Features: 

  • Hybrid configuration adopting a double-triode 6922 which is established with high sound quality in the first stage and a semiconductor of A class operation in the output stage.
  • Vacuum tube is a separate board made of vibration-proof damper and shield cover and thorough elimination of vibration and noise.
  • High-capacity large toroidal transformers and other high-quality parts selected carefully are introduced to details.
  • External (BYPASS) function which passed volume of this machine and made it possible to adjust the volume with external equipment is installed.

Specifications:

  • Frequency Response: 1Hz to 115kHz
  • THD: <0.01% @ 1kHz
  • Maximum Gain: 60 dB
  • Sensitivity: 100mV
  • Input impedance: 50kΩ (50kΩ × 2 when balanced)
  • Valve Complement: 2×6922
  • Power consumption: 95W
  • Dimensions (WHD): 320×103×395mm
  • Weight: 7.3kg

In More Depth:

Stax has announced a new hybrid headphone amplifier which uses a 6922 twin-triode in the pre-amplifier section and solid-state Class-A circuitry in the power output stage.

The Stax SRM-T8000 has the twin triodes mounted on a separate PCB that’s vibrationally isolated and shielded from the chassis to prevent external vibrations and noise from affecting the performance of the valve through microphonics.

The SRM-T8000 uses a large, high-current toroidal transformer in its power supply and has a bypass function that removes the volume control from the circuit, so you can instead adjust volume using an external device. It also has a pass-through input (input 1 of the two line-level unbalanced RCA inputs) so you can route a signal through to other components. In addition to the two unbalanced inputs, there’s a balanced input, via XLR.