Music Reference RM-200 Mk.II power amplifier Specifications

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Description: Stereo power amplifier with solid-state input stage and tubed driver and output stages. Tube complement: two 6BQ7, four KT88. Output transformer taps: 8, 4, 2, 1 ohm. Output power: 100Wpc (20dBW) into 8 ohms. Frequency response: 6Hz–20kHz, ±0.5dB; 2Hz–60kHz, ±3dB. Bandwidths: 13Hz–65kHz (half power), 20Hz–35kHz (full power). Harmonic distortion: <0.5% at 1kHz/100W. Signal/noise: not specified. Input sensitivity: 1.1V (full output). Input impedance: 15k ohms (one leg driven), 30k ohms (balanced).
Dimensions: 17.25" (440mm) W by 7" (180mm) H by 14.5" (370mm) D. Shipping weight: 52 lbs (23.6kg).
Serial Number Of Unit Reviewed: 1192-T.
Price: $4200; hand-wound output transformers, add $1000; tube bias balance control, add $800. Approximate number of dealers: 10. Warranty: 1 year parts & labor, including tubes.
Manufacturer: Music Reference, 1758 Calle Boca del Cabron, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Web:

Music Reference
1758 Calle Boca del Cabron
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?