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GamuT M250i Mono Power Amplifier


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Brand GamuT

Tech Specs

Output power 8 ohm 1 x 250 watt
Output power 4 ohm 1 x 500 watt
Output power 2 ohm 1 x 900 watt
Frequency response 5 Hz - 100KHz
Weight 38 kg

Product Description

GamuT M250i power amplifier combines all the clarity and advantages of the small class A amp with the fluid softness of the tubes and the sheer power of the mosfets adding an extra-ordinary power potential.


The M250i is using the naturally balanced power supply and the GamuT WormHole wires. Both essential parts and developed for our monstrous GamuT RS380M reference amplifier. On top of this the M250i is adjusted for more maximum current output and the electric circuitry has been fine tuned for even more delicate reproduction.


The transistor is a great invention for amplification in general. It´s effective on power, energy consumption and production cost. So far, so good. The flipside of it is however that transistors do not carry the same sound characteristics as even if they are built together on the same day. So a powerful amplifier made with 32 transistors is more likely to sound like a choir than a single and clear voice.

Purity & Clarity

To achieve the purity and clarity that our clients demand, we have come up with a very simple and very effective solution. We only use one transistor, but a very large one indeed. Using a single massive transistor allows us to tune them to sonic perfection and lay out a much simpler signal path.

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