(OUT OF STOCK) SOLD: Itube Fatman Tube Hybrid Amplifier
|Item Name||:||SOLD: Itube Fatman Tube Hybrid Amplifier|
|Item Type||:||Other Gadgets|
|Branch||:||Greenhills, San Juan | Location Map|
|Warranty||:||1 Week Testing Warranty|
iTube fatman ValveDock with Remote
- Product Info: <click here>
- Selling Price: P15,000.00
- Unit and Remote Only. No Box
- as per Web, 25W per channel
The Carbon Mk2 is compatible with the iPod touch, iPod Classic and all four generations of nano, and while it doesn't match Apple's strict guidelines for TDMA noise - meaning it's not accredited for Apple's "Works with iPhone" programme - it will work perfectly well with the device if you switch your wireless connections off in use.
This is a higher-end product than the ValveDock, and there are other physical differences between the two. We now get two auxiliary stereo phono inputs on the back instead of one, and these are joined by a 3.5mm line-in, which is ideal if you fancy the amp but don't like iPods. The Carbon Mk2 also packs in S-Video and Composite video outputs, though on the downside there's no headphone output. Specification-wise, the main difference is the power output: 25W per channel as opposed to the ValveDock's 13W.
What I would say for now is that the Carbon Mk2 has made the stack of HiFi equipment sitting in a corner of my office seem that little bit more redundant than it did already. I could happily swap the lot for a Carbon Mk2 now, and enjoy the convenience of an iPod-based system using my old, familiar speakers with very few quibbles. What more recommendation do you need?
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/Fatman-iTube-ValveDock-Carbon-Edition-2-review-fatman-itube-valvedock-carbon-page-3#YKsgrS2um6FOhfZR.99
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