Mytek HiFi Brooklyn AMP+ power amplifier Specifications

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Description: Class-D amplifier with bridged-mono mode. Power: 250Wpc into 8 ohms (24dBW), 300Wpc into 4 ohms (21.7dBW), 400Wpc into 2 ohms (20dBW). In bridged mono: 500Wpc into 8 ohms (27dBW), 600Wpc into 4 ohms (24.8dBW). Signal/noise: >121dB. Frequency response: 10Hz–30kHz, –3dB. Total harmonic distortion: <0.001%. Damping factor: >400. DC power on trigger: 12V. Power supply: 100–240V AC 50/60Hz, automatic switching.
Dimensions: 8.5" (216mm) W × 1.74" (44mm) H × 8.8" (225mm) D. Weight: 6lb (2.73kg).
Finishes: Black, Silver.
Serial number of unit reviewed: 05206-2001-006. Designed in Brooklyn, Manufactured in Poland.
Price: $2495. Approximate number of dealers: 25. Warranty: Two years.
Manufacturer: Mytek Audio, New York Office, 148 India Street, 1st floor, Brooklyn, NY 11222. Tel: (347) 384-2687. Web:

Mytek Audio
148 India Street, 1st floor
Brooklyn, NY 11222
(347) 384-2687

tonykaz's picture

"best sounding" in the next few years ?

Thats a Strong extrapolation but coming from you I'd tend to embrace it. ( probably because I want it to be true )

I'm anxious to see the Class D Schiit and/or the Audio Research offerings.

Fingers crossed,

Tony in Venice Florida

ps. that lit front panel might be enough to push this device into a Buy-it-Now! event ( along with: Made in Poland, of course )

georgehifi's picture

"best sounding in the next few years ?"
"Thats a Strong extrapolation but coming from you I'd tend to embrace it. ( probably because I want it to be true )"

Follow what amps are using the new GaN fet as outputs, and it's believable.

Cheers George

a.wayne's picture

Class D amplifiers can’t pass Squarewaves so how do they have a perfect TF ..?


a.wayne's picture

Like its predecessor, Mytek's Brooklyn AMP+ is indeed a tiny powerhouse. It matched the measured performance of the original Brooklyn AMP in most ways but with a wider small-signal bandwidth and a lower level of ultrasonic noise. Even with its hair-trigger protection circuit, it will offer sufficient power into low-impedance loudspeakers with music signals.—John Atkinson

Ohhh please John , its an 8ohm amplifier and barely will sink sufficient current to deal with 4 ohm loads forget 2 .


Ortofan's picture

... the $2K NAD C 298 class D power amp, which uses the Purifi amp modules?
Tests have shown that it is capable of a continuous output of 260W @ 8Ω and 516W @ 4Ω.

John Atkinson's picture
Ortofan wrote:
Will there soon be forthcoming a review of the $2K NAD C 298 class D power amp, which uses the Purifi amp modules?

Kal Rubinson reviews the C298 in the June issue.

John Atkinson
Technical Editor, Stereophile

JRT's picture

I am looking forward to reading Kal's review, and your measurements and associated comments.

JRT's picture

From the NAD press release at the link below, "The Eigentakt modules are manufactured by NAD under license from Purifi, allowing NAD to optimise these specifically in combination with the custom designed power supply and input stages of the C 298."

So there are no Purifi Eigentakt amplifier modules utilized within the NAD C 298, rather are modified designs manufactured under a technology license. It will be interesting to see if the design modifications and optimizations were more toward improving cost or performance, or perhaps both.

If somebody does not need to bridge the modules, they might do well to consider the Audiophonics LPA-S400ET which uses two off the shelf Purifi Eigentakt 1ET400A amplifier modules, one Hypex switch mode power supply module SMPS1200A400, and Audiophonic's in-house design interface board. Price is €1,124.17 plus S/H (taxes/duties?) from France. I have no affiliation. There are similar competing products from others, but Audiophonic's looks to be nicely assembled and includes cooling slots that some others seem to not include. The interface board includes balanced differential input and single ended input, includes a couple of choices in gain, and includes facility to bypass the input stage to drive the modules directly with outboard gear (if that upstream device can swing 10_Vrms differential output across a 2_kOhm load).

Richard Dev's picture

A review of a $2500 power amplifier, based on listening to only vinyl sources and two high sensitivity speakers from the same manufacturer?

tonykaz's picture

This reviewer doesn't own any 16/44 does he? I still love him and I'm a digital shirt pocket music lover.

Those Horns are wonderful,

Mr.KM is wonderful for his insights, he's one of my 4 candidates for Audiophile of the Year 2021 along with Mr.JA1, Mr.HR and the Audiophiliac!

Tony in Venice Florida

thatguy's picture

If it is any consolation the RP600M speakers aren't 'that' sensitive. This site measured them at 89.6 not the claimed 96.

But I do get your point that with a 250wpc class D amp it would be nice to also throw some really hard to drive speakers at it.