Emillé Amplifiers

Despite the recession, which hit the world of high-end audio hard in 2009, every Show features many new brands. One such was Emillé from South Korea, named after a 10'-high, 18.9-ton bronze bell cast in that country in 771AD, using the "lost-wax" process. Shown in my photo is the Emillé Rapture tube monoblock power amplifier, a zero negative-feedback design that uses four 6550 output tubes to produce 110W into 8 ohms at 2% THD. Emillé products are being distributed in the US by Solos of Cerritos, CA.
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John Segal's picture

Emillé gears were more glamorous in Munich and London. Hope they still sound good.

davis's picture

It is copy from VAC amp 300b first look, Vac sound Better than Emille alot .http://www.vac-amps.com/phi_intro.htmhttp://www.enjoythemusic.com/hifi20...

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