Music Reference RM-200 Mk.II power amplifier Associated Equipment

Sidebar 2: Associated Equipment

Analog Sources: Continuum Audio Labs Caliburn, Cobra, & Castellon turntable, tonearm, & stand; Graham Engineering Phantom II tonearm; Ortofon A90, Haniwa HCTR01, Miyajima Labs Kansui cartridges.
Digital Sources: Playback Designs MPS-5 SACD/CD player/DAC, BPT-modified Alesis Masterlink hard-disk recorder, Sooloos music server, Pure Music software.
Preamplification: Ypsilon VPS-100 phono preamplifier & PST-100 Mk.II line preamplifier.
Power Amplifiers: MBL 9011 monoblocks, Musical Fidelity Titan.
Loudspeakers: Wilson Audio Specialties MAXX 3.
Cables: Phono: Hovland/Graham MG2 Music Groove. Interconnect: TARA Labs Zero, Stealth Sakra, ZenSati, Wireworld Platinum. Speaker: TARA Labs Omega Gold, ZenSati. AC: Shunyata Research King Cobra Helix CX, Anaconda CX, Tel-Wire.
Accessories: Shunyata Research Triton power conditioner; Oyaide AC wall box & receptacles; ASC Tube Traps, RPG BAD & Abffusor panels; Finite Elemente Pagode, HRS SXR stands; Symposium Rollerblocks; Audiodharma Cable Cooker; Furutech DeMag & deStat LP treatments; VPI HW-17F, Loricraft PRC4 Deluxe record-cleaning machines.—Michael Fremer

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Santa Barbara, CA 93101

ppanic's picture

The Music Reference RM-200 Mk.II is one sweet piece of audiophile equipment, perfect for the office or recording environment. You can put it right on your desk with bookshelf speakers and have a mini tube hi-fi setup for your iPod. I wonder if it uses hybrid coupler technology or strictly the classic vacuum tube type. And do they also supply the AC power adapter or do you have to get one yourself?