Drop + THX AAA 789 Linear Headphone Amplifier - Preowned
Drop + THX AAA 789 Linear Headphone Amplifier - Preowned
Drop + THX AAA 789 Linear Headphone Amplifier - Preowned
Drop + THX AAA 789 Linear Headphone Amplifier - Preowned
Drop + THX AAA 789 Linear Headphone Amplifier - Preowned
Drop + THX AAA 789 Linear Headphone Amplifier - Preowned
Drop + THX AAA 789 Linear Headphone Amplifier - Preowned

Drop + THX AAA 789 Linear Headphone Amplifier - Preowned

Regular price $ 320.00 Sale price $ 284.95
1 in stock

Very Good - Preowned - item comes as pictured. Item has been inspected and in very good condition. Comes with a 30-day warranty.

Preowned - item comes as pictured. Item has been inspected and in very good condition. Comes with a 30-day warranty.

Announced at CES 2018, the Drop + THX Achromatic Audio Amplifier (THX AAA) 789 is a bipolar amplifier with feed-forward error correction. It’s designed for objectivists who appreciate an incredibly clean, transparent amp—the sought-after “wire with gain” whose amplification is wholly uncolored by a sound of its own. Made in collaboration with THX Ltd. , it features the company’s groundbreaking THX AAA and feed-forward topology, which reduce distortion by 20 to 40 dB for realistic, fatigue-free listening. In fact, this bridged-output amp’s performance figures speak for themselves: It’s powerful (2 x 6W at 32 ohms) and quiet (136 dB SNR) with a record-low THD of -140 dB at 300 ohms, 100 mW. THX AAA TECHNOLOGY: Capable of driving any headphones, including high-impedance, high-current, and high-sensitivity types, the THX AAA 789 amp transmits the original audio in its purest possible form. That’s thanks in large part to THX AAA technology, which reduces harmonic, intermodulation, and crossover distortions. Virtually every conventional amplifier distorts significantly when driving current into a headphone, producing crossover distortion that fatigues the listener. The engineers at THX set out to solve this problem—and to deliver the performance of a class-A amplifier without the heat and weight—and THX AAA technology was born.