There are many products out in the marketplace that claim they are ‘reference quality’. To be truly reference quality a product must show it can reproduce music exactly as it was recorded, this is not the case with most products.
The concept behind Halcro's electronic design was to create an amplifier, which did not colour the sound with its own electronic characteristics. i.e. recreate the original sound as it was at the time of recording. The results are outstanding.
Halcro amplifiers incorporate a combination of revolutionary circuitry, meticulous attention to detail and plain common sense. Halcro’s proprietary circuitry configuration is such a lateral step, it is often not recognisable as that of an amplifier to many engineers. The power supply and audio compartments are physically separated and heavily shielded to retain purity of the signal, thus the levels of distortion and interference are a fraction of that of all other amplification technologies.
Over the past 15 years the Halcro Research and Development Team has perfected the quality of its products in both electronic and mechanical design through continual development and thorough testing.
The best way to truly understand the effects of these technological advancements is to simply listen to Halcro and this is the only Australian show where you can do that this year. See Mike Kirkham of Magenta Audio in Suite 403 to get the full story.