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    Emblaaudio

    Ser ingen tråd om Embla, så jeg oppretter en.
    Synes disse boksene også fortjener en plass i historien.
    Jeg har Embla Erato preamp hjemme nå,
    og føler vel at jeg aldri har fått mer for mindre penger.
    Ble regelrett sjokkert når jeg koblet til denne lille boksen,
    som kostet meg en tusenlapp brukt. Dette har gitt meg mersmak.
    En veldig enkel, men knakende god forforsterker.
    Eneste jeg kunne tenkt med var en bypass-funksjon (prosessor-inngang)
    Noen som vet om Embla eremi eller pre-four har denne funksjonen?
    Synd ikke Emblaaudio eksisterer mere. Mye godlyd for pengene.

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    Emblaaudio

    Etter nå å ha fått Embla Eremi oppe å gå med remote,
    så kjenner jeg fort igjen lyden fra Embla. Denne har i tillegg
    en vanvittig god rekkevidde på fjernkontrollen, også fra siden.
    Gjennom frostet glass. Bedre en det meste jeg har prøvd.

    Jeg angret fort da jeg solgte Erato`en. Spesielt da jeg hørte hva kjøper fortalte.
    Eremi er også en knall god pre, som jeg akter å beholde i anlegg nr.2
    Man finner ikke preamper med slike kvaliteter til den prisen.
    Og det var ikke mange hundringser jeg betalte.
    Det er en ting Embla pre`ene forlanger for å yte maksimalt.
    Det er at det spennes opp en god DAC foran den.

    (Jeg har også fått greie på en hemmelighet når det gjelder disse, av forrige "oppkjøper"
    Som er en bransjeaktør/entusiast fra nord på jakt etter disse preampene.
    Den har jeg egentlig lyst å beholde for meg selv:-)
    Men jeg kan gi et hint. Preampene har noe tilfelles med ...Mcintosh...
    og flere andre kjente high-end merker. Believe it, or not.

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    Emblaaudio

    Hei.
    Har et par monoblokker fra Embla. Disse lyder fint i mine ører og jeg liker dem veldig godt. Har prøvd å google litt etter tekniske data eller manual , men finner ikke noe. Har heller ikke lyst å plage mannen som produserte disse med mine spørsmål. Så hvis noen vet noe om Embla monoblokk modell 1.1 så ville det vært fint om de delte litt i denne tråden.

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    Emblaaudio

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    Emblaaudio

    Hei og takk for informativt innlegg. Morsomt å få litt info om disse forsterkerne. De er ikke så altfor ofte omsatt på bruktbørsene og det kan jo tyde på enten lavt produksjonstall eller at eierne liker de så godt at de ikke selger dem.

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    Eana – mono poweramplifier – 250W/4? – 135W/8 ?



    Eana is a digital amplifier. Both the amplifier-section and the power-supply operate in the digital domain. That’s the reason why you don’t find any bulky transformer or heavy heatsink inside the cabinet. It is capable of 290W before the protection circuitry says enough and shutting down the amplifier.

    Even if Eana is a physical very small amplifier, it has power enough for any loudspeaker. In addition to high power output capability it features extremely low output impedance securing maximum control over the loudspeaker.

    Eana has very high tolerance against noise and variations on the mains. With its onboard mains-filter and the universal voltage input (Eana detects and work on any voltage between 85 – 265VAC, that is worldwide so please use your local mains plug and wire), typical data remains the same independent of mains variations. This is very different from other poweramplifiers where critical data changes dramatically with mains variations. Eana is on the backplane supplied with an international IEC connector.

    Eana is protected against overload (short circuit or too low impedance across the loudspeaker terminals) and high temperatures. Reset the amplifier by disconnecting the mains.

    You can set Eana in three different modes, permanently off (stand-by), permanently on (normal working mode) or auto. In auto Eana senses if there any audio on the input and then turns the poweramplifier into normal working mode. Without any signal for approximately 3 minutes Eana automatically goes back to stand-by. Eana has extremely high efficiency and therefore it generates virtually no heat. Combined with its extremely small size (and the auto on/off capability) it is possible to place it wherever you like (for example close to the loudspeakers in a hi-end setup or out of sight in an elegant home theatre installation). Since nearly all power taken from the mains are turned into undistorted audio this certainly a “green” amplifier.

    Eana also features a line-out connector, a nice feature if you planning to use more than one amplifier per loudspeaker (or channel). Please note that both output terminals (the red and the black) are “hot”. Eana is not bridgeable and the outputs must neither be connected to any sort of active subwoofer.

    Eana comes as standard with a brushed stainless steel cover. Rest of the cabinet is painted satin black. This is great looking combination that will blend into any modern interior. A red LED on the front cover indicates power on. Contact Embla Audio for other colour or finish options.



    Typical data (subject to change without notice):

    Power 8? 135W

    Power 4? 250W

    THD 0,008%

    Damping factor >2500

    Gain 27dB

    Signal-to-Noise ratio 110dB

    Freq. response (20Hz – 20KHz, 4 ohms) ±0,3dB

    Dimensions (incl. conn.) (W x H x D) 172 x 85 x 200mm

    Mains 85 - 265VAC

    Shipping weight 1,9kg
    Former hellraiser & messageboard pyromaniac.............................

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    Tinea is a digital amplifier. Both the amplifier-section and the power-supply operate in the digital domain. That’s the reason why you don’t find any bulky transformer or heavy heatsink inside the cabinet. It is capable of more than 600W before the protection circuitry will shut down the amplifier.

    Even if Tinea is a physical very small amplifier, it has power enough for any loudspeaker. In addition to high power output capability it features extremely low output impedance securing maximum control over the loudspeaker.

    Tinea has very high tolerance against noise and variations on the mains. Tinea is on the backplane supplied with an international IEC connector.

    Tinea is protected against overload (short circuit or too low impedance across the loudspeaker terminals) and high temperatures. Reset the amplifier by disconnecting the mains.

    You can via switches located under Tinea, set the amplifier in stand-by (the powersupply will still be on, but the poweramplifier will be off with reduced power consumption) or in normal working mode. With a second switch you will be able to select soft-clipping on or off. With this switch set to on, the amplifier will when driven to its limits behave more like a tube amplifier. Maximum power without any distortion will be slightly lower with the switch set to its on position.

    Tinea has extremely high efficiency and therefore it generates virtually no heat. Combined with its extremely small size it is possible to place it wherever you like (for example close to the loudspeakers in a hi-end setup or out of sight in an elegant home theatre installation). Since nearly all power taken from the mains are turned into undistorted audio this certainly a “green” amplifier.

    Tinea comes as standard with a XLR input connector. Single-ended input is available on request. Please note that both output terminals (the red and the black) are “hot”. Tinea is not bridgeable. Tinea can not be connected to an active subwoofer with high-level input.

    Tinea comes as standard with a brushed stainless steel cover. Rest of the cabinet is painted satin black. This is great looking combination that will blend into any modern interior. A red LED on the front cover indicates power on. Contact Embla Audio for other colour or finish options.



    Typical data (subject to change without notice):

    Power 8? 300W

    Power 4? 600W

    THD 0,008%

    Dampingfactor >1500

    Gain 27dB

    Signal-to-Noise ratio 114dB

    Freq. response (20Hz – 20KHz, 4 ohms) ±0,3dB

    Dimensions (incl. conn.) (W x H x D) 172 x 85 x 360mm

    Mains 115 or 230VAC

    Shipping weight 4,1kg

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    Adela – mono poweramplifier – 1200W/4? –600W/8 ?



    Adela is a digital amplifier. Both the amplifier-section and the power-supply operate in the digital domain. That’s the reason why you don’t find any bulky transformer or heavy heatsink inside the cabinet. It is capable of more than 1200W before the protection circuitry will shut down the amplifier.

    Even if Adela is a physical very small amplifier, it has power enough for any loudspeaker. In addition to high power output capability it features extremely low output impedance securing maximum control over the loudspeaker.

    Adela has very high tolerance against noise and variations on the mains. Adela is on the backplane supplied with an international IEC connector.

    Adela is protected against overload (short circuit or too low impedance across the loudspeaker terminals) and high temperatures. Reset the amplifier by disconnecting the mains.

    You can via switches located under Adela, set the amplifier in stand-by (the powersupply will still be on, but the poweramplifier will be off with reduced power consumption) or in normal working mode. With a second switch you will be able to select soft-clipping on or off. With this switch set to on, the amplifier will when driven to its limits behave more like a tube amplifier. Maximum power without any distortion will be slightly lower with the switch set to its on position.

    Adela has extremely high efficiency and therefore it generates virtually no heat. Combined with its extremely small size it is possible to place it wherever you like (for example close to the loudspeakers in a hi-end setup or out of sight in an elegant home theatre installation). Since nearly all power taken from the mains are turned into undistorted audio this certainly a “green” amplifier.

    Adela comes as standard with a XLR input connector. Single-ended input is available on request. Please note that both output terminals (the red and the black) are “hot”. Adela is not bridgeable. Adela can not be connected to an active subwoofer with high-level input.

    Adela comes as standard with a brushed stainless steel cover. Rest of the cabinet is painted satin black. This is great looking combination that will blend into any modern interior. A red LED on the front cover indicates power on. Contact Embla Audio for other colour or finish options.



    Typical data (subject to change without notice):

    Power 8? 600W

    Power 4? 1200W

    THD 0,008%

    Dampingfactor >1500

    Gain 27dB

    Signal-to-Noise ratio 117dB

    Freq. response (20Hz – 20KHz, 4 ohms) ±0,3dB

    Dimensions (incl. conn.) (W x H x D) 172 x 85 x 360mm

    Mains 115 or 230VAC


    Shipping weight 4,4kg
    Former hellraiser & messageboard pyromaniac.............................

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    Hei

    Kunne vært morro å teste 600 watter'n. Får legge meg på utkikk ette en slik :-)

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    Fått tak i Adela :-) Prøvekjøres i disse dager.
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    Ka konkluderte du med når du prøvde ut Adela?

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    Ka konkluderte du med når du prøvde ut Adela?
    Har spillt på Adela en stund og det er etter min oppfatning en relativt nøytral amp med overflod av krefter.
    Jo bedre preamp , jo bedre låter det og her får man godt med trøkk når man trenger det.
    Bruker for tiden en Parasound P5 som pre og det er meget god match.
    Anbefales :-)

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