New Bound for Sound Review: "I'll cut to the chase: the Monarchy NM24 is the finest-sounding digital component I've ever had in my system, and one of the the finest I've ever hear anywhere, in any sysm at any price. Add a tube line stae that's well worth the entire cost of the unit, and you have what has to be one of the more insane audio bargains of all time." Read the review (PDF) and find out what Mark Yun of Bound for Sound thinks of the New NM24 Tube DAC/Pre-amp that provides you with three exceptional components in one, for one low price. Begin with the 24-bit high-end DAC (solid state or tube,) a tube line pre-amp, and what we think is one of the finest headphone amps in the world.
The Computer Audiophile and Monarchy Audio
You can use your existing Monarchy Audio system or start fresh by Building an Audio Server, such as the one that we have, and not only end up with a high-end audio server system but save hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. Our server is built around the DIP Combo, the NEW NM24 Tube DAC, and the SM-70 Pro power amplifier (makes an excellent computer audio amplifier), leaving you with only having to purchase some speakers. Once the components are in place, you can save yourself more money by using our tips on Optimizing your Computer for Audio.
Custom Made in America
The SM70 Pro (Compare the SM-70 and SM-70 PRO), and the SE-100 MK2 are hand-assembled in San Francisco, CA, like all Monarchy power amps. Years after first being introduced to the public, and while continually being improved upon, are still getting high-praise/reviews. Read the October 2012, AudioExpress review by Gary Galo: Monarchy SE-100 MK2 & SM-70 Pro Power Amplifiers. These two amps are the only low cost amps on the market
that can be operated in True Balanced Mode when operated as a
Mono Block using the XLR Input terminal.
DIY Fisher PA301 Power Amp and DIY PCM63 Adaptor
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