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Octave V70 Class A



Nya V70 SE Class A tar tillvara ljudet från klass A med kraften i push-pull

Välj mellan KT88/6550 eller KT120/150 beroende på hur mycket kraft du behöver.

På toppen av det kan du koppla nätdel Black box, en veritabel lekstuga således!

Tysk extremkvalitet

Välj till synnerligen välljudande phonokort för MM eller MC

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118 000 kr


hfncommended"The sound is pristine, yet with just enough warmth to remind you it isn't solid-state. All this and superlative build to boot."

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Hifi+ february 2023


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In developing the Octave V 70 Class A, Hofmann had the goal of merging Class A sound with the performance of an AB circuit. After this performance, it is beyond any form of doubt that he has achieved his objective. He and his new amp easily managed the balancing act between a sovereign sonic performance and having sufficient power for almost all applications.


Class-A. A circuit concept that has bewitching midrange in both push-pull and single-ended amplifiers due to the low distortion. But unfortunately it is paired with low power, dynamics and excessive heating of the amplifier. Features that do not match the product profile of our popular integrated amplifiers 100%. It was therefore important to develop a concept that would bring the undisputed tonal advantages of this principle to life.

In short, a “Class A concept” technically means a higher quiescent current setting and therefore less distortion (almost only second-order harmonics, referred to as k2), but also a limited full modulation with less power. Push-pull concepts, on the other hand, can deliver 4-16 times the output power compared to Class-A, but lack with inharmonic distortions (i.e. odd harmonics k3 and k5). Two soundscapes with followers on both sides. Of course, Andreas Hofmann was tempted to combine both concepts into something new.
After extensive development, a new amplifier concept was created:
The V 70 Class A, a Class A push-pull amplifier in a pentode circuit.
For this, a new Class A technology had to be developed:

The Dynamic Bias Control

Dynamic Bias Control means that Andreas Hofmann has found ways to dynamically shift the limited dynamic range, and thus the limited power of the Class A concept, according to the requirements. The development of the dynamic operating point setting enabled a self-regulating Class A amplifier with approximately twice the output power of 50 W RMS with up to 70 W (with Super Black Box) peak power.
This technology combines the tonal purity of Class A with the dynamics and performance of push-pull A / B technology.
The modern concept of a Class-A push-pull amplifier in a pentode circuit makes it possible to guarantee the Class-A virtues over the entire frequency response up to maximum modulation. The enormous power, with up to 70 watts peak power, is significantly above the performance level of conventional Class A amplifiers and is more than sufficient for most speakers.

The integrated amplifier is equipped with a balanced input as standard. If a turntable is connected, the optional phono board (either MC or MM) offers the right solution.

In the case of the V 70 Class A, an auto-bias circuit is used. The amplifier adjusts itself to the tube used and does not require any adjustment controls. The proven BIAS measurement with the colored LEDs is still available, however, only to check that the four output tubes are working properly.

Similar to the other top models from Octave, the V 70 Class A also has the power preselection, Power High and Low, so that the device can be optimally adapted to different power tubes. Due to the high power in Class A operation, a KT 120 or KT 150 tube must be used for Power High. Less powerful KT88 or 6550 types should be operated at Power Low. Around 15 W Class A and 25 W music power are still available.

Octave typical measures, such as the power management with electronic monitoring are integrated as well as the ECO mode, the modern home theater bypass circuit and the useful regulated preamp output (for direct connection of a subwoofer).
Our special power supply technology protects the amplifier against various types of mains interference. Mains fluctuations and high-frequency mains disturbances do not cause any sonic deterioration.
With the V 70 Class A we have the line of the legendary powerful Octave integrated amplifiers
extended by a highly musical Class A concept.

Basic Model   V 70 Class A, optional Phono MM or MC
Tube Complement  
4 x KT120
Design   Aluminium silver or Aluminium black

Phono Input MC or MM
Black-Box and Super Black Box

  Power Output  
2 x 50 W continuous, 70 W Peak into 4 Ohm
  Frequency Response  

20 Hz - 70 kHz @ 50 W - 1 / -3 dB

  Total Harmonic Distortion  
< 0,1% @ 10 W into 4 Ohm
  Signal-to-Noise Ratio  
- 100 dB / 50 W
  Optimal Load Impedance  
4 - 16 Ohms
  Damping factor  
5 @ 8 Ohms

Inputs: 5 x Line Level / RCA, 1 x Bypass-Function / RCA

1 x Phono optional / RCA

1 x XLR Input

Outputs: 1 x Rec Out / RCA, Pre-Out adjustable / RCA


ODT / Octave Dynamic Technologies, ECO Mode, Power Management

  Input Sensitivity / MED   300 mV RCA  
  Input Impedance   50 kOhm / RCA, 25kOhm / XLR  
  Left/Right Crosstalk   55 dB  
  Input to Input Crosstalk   - 105 dB  
  Output Impedance Pre Out   240 Ohm  
  Max. Level Pre Out   5 V eff.  
  Tube Complement Preamplifier      
  Driver tubes   1 x ECC 83, 2 x ECC 81  
  Damping factor  
  invi Download:
Owner`s Manual
  General Facts      
  Power Comsumption  
< 20 W Ecomode, 190 W idle, 500 W @ full power
  Weight   23 kg  
  Standard Accessory   Power cord, IR-Remote Control, Allen key for removing the cover  
  Main Fuse   230/240 V main: 4 A slow-blow type H  
  Dimensions   451 x 175 x 405 mm (W x H x D)  

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