Te Koop Nieuwe High End versterker Lexicon ZX-7 Mulit channel.

343 x bekeken | geplaatst op 5 april 2020

€ 4.750,-


Merk Lexicon
Categorie Eindversterker
Type Lexicon ZX-7
Conditie Nieuw
Bouwjaar 2017
Geplaatst op 05-04-2020


Te Koop Nieuwe High End versterker Lexicon ZX-7 Mulit channel.

Is nieuw,geheel compleet,met doos.

Nieuw prijs was meer dan 10.000 ,- euro

Vraagprijs is 4750,- euro,interesse kan je een PM sturen prijs onderhandelbaar.

Let op wordt niet verstuurd inverband met gewicht weegt 72 kg

Geen garantie,no return.

Power: 300 Watts RMS into 8 Ohms x 7; 450 Watts RMS x 7 into 4 Ohms
Fully Balanced Design
MFR: 20 Hz – 20 kHz, + 0.1 dB, – 0.2 dB
THD+N: 0.05% 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Input Sensitivity: 3 Volts for Full Output
Input Impedance: 10 kOhms
XLR and RCA Inputs for All Channels
Dimensions: 9.7? H x 17.3? W x 20.3? D
Weight: 145 Pounds
MSRP: $10,000 USA

Mark Levinson products, some of which we have reviewed, have unsurpassed performance, and the price of the products reflects that. Lexicon is no slouch either, and the price is not much lower than Levinson gear. Sort of like comparing a Mercedes to a Rolls Royce. The Rolls has more prestige perhaps, and is several times the price, but you ride in style regardless of which car you own.
Anyway, what I am saying is that if you can’t afford to buy Mark Levinson, you really are not settling for second best if you get Lexicon. When the products are that good – and they are – trying to define differences is not eas

The subject under examination here is the Lexicon ZX-7, which is their new 300 watt per channel power amplifier, obviously aimed at the home theater and surround sound music market.
It’s a fully balanced (differential) design, with each amplifier channel being a module inside the chassis.

The rear panel has XLR and RCA input jacks for each channel, one pair of binding posts for the outputs, and two AC power cord jacks with on/off toggles. These switch power on to the two toroidal transformers. Two are required because the ZX-7 can output 3,000 watts into 4 ohms, which means