NEW HALCRO ECLIPSE FLAGSHIP MONO AMPLIFIERS


Many of you asked me to provide more insights about the latest Eclipse amplifiers from the legendary and iconic high-end audio manufacturer Halcro. Here are few images and preliminary info... The all-new Halcro Eclipse amplifiers herald a new phase in the Halcro story.  The original Halcro dm amplifier hit the market to disbelief – orders of magnitude lower distortion than anyone believed possible.  The Eclipse amplifiers take musical expression to a new height.

The new Halcro team have spent the past couple of years exploring every aspect of the unique platform for possible improvements.  We present - the new reference in amplification.


Available in both stereo and mono models, the Eclipse series is unparalleled in its ability to render details formerly lost in the distortion.  The Eclipse enjoys a completely redesigned input stage, further reducing non-linear effects and distortion.  There are multiple independently tracking power supplies, superior internal shielding, and higher output power.  Finally, the Eclipse amplifier offers a new, modern, ‘lighter’ take on the distinctive and award-winning Halcro aesthetic.  Even this contributes to better performance with the new, machined-from-solid casework reducing microphonics. 

Highlights

A completely redesigned input stage
Lower distortion than previous dm88 flagship model (the lowest distortion amplifier in the world)
Unmatched phase accuracy
Improved output power stage
Higher output power
Optimised circuit layout
Better shielding
A completely redesigned chassis for reduced microphonics

Halcro amplifiers offer an unmatched insight into the music.  They position everything precisely in the soundstage due to their unique ability to avoid adding ‘ghost’ notes that are thrown into the mix by the non-linear distortion of a conventional amplifier.  Lack of distortion aside, one of the many things that make Halcro amplifiers so good is the way they maintain the phase coherence of the signal source.  Phase coherence is a measure of the degree to which a system maintains the relative timing of various notes or tones within complex music.  This 

When it comes to driving your loudspeakers musically, the Eclipse has no peer.  The Eclipse-mono produces 295 watts/per channel into an eight-Ohm loudspeaker, 530 watts/channel into four-Ohms with a peak power of 2.1kW for the most dynamic of transients.  *** full Specs to be verified shortly***