Audion Golden Night Self Cancelling Single Ended

Audion Golden Night Self Cancelling Single Ended Monoblock power amplifiers.

Audion Golden Night SCSE. Power Amplifier

The Audion Golden Night uses a single 300B  or PX25 valve in S.C.S.E (Self cancelling single ended) mode giving 10 watts of pure class “A” power. “Self Cancelling circuit topology aims at cancelling out second order harmonic distortion which gives superior impedance matching to drive the output valves  better and give indulging transients with stunning bottom-end response, which is very difficult to find in other amplifiers.”

The Golden Night was originally designed to explore the S.C.S.E principle. It has since exemplified the philosophy of great build quality, stunning looks and that delicious valve sound. 

The Audion Golden Night self cancelling single ended 300B or PX25 mono-block forms part of our High End line-up of power amplifiers, using the well known 300B or lesser known PX25 valves. 

This amplifier is hand built and hard wired using solid silver wires in all of the audio path. Wherever possible the components we source are from Europe and Northern America, thus avoiding inferior Chinese components.

This triode based mono-block amp uses no (zero) feedback in the design. The chassis is black powder coated aluminium as is the transformer cover. The top plate and badge are mirror finished stainless steel.

“The Golden Night will certainly convey the magic and music of every performance and you will enjoy music like you never have before.” Chris Beeching – Hifi News 

 
 
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Audion Golden Night 300B Mono -blocks

Dick Olsher
Dick Olsher
The Absolute Sound
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The Audion Sterling EL34 Anniversary Edition is a warm and dimensional-sounding amplifier with a potent lower midrange that does justice to the power range of an orchestra. It sang right out of the box and never misbehaved. Kudos to the Audion team for breathing new life into the venerable EL34 pentode. In my estimation, the Sterling EL34 represents a gift to music lovers everywhere. Highly recommended.
John Potis
John PotisSoundstage
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"Very round, smooth and toasty," but "well capable of enough resolution to easily distinguish Red Book CDs from their SACD cousins"; the midrange is "smooth and luxurious," but the bass has "neither the detailed control nor the slam of any solid-state integrated in [the Sterling Stereo EL34's] price range" -- no surprise., pulvinar dapibus leo. "Fully capable of refined tube splendor that's unanticipated at its price level."
John Marchant
John MarchantHifi Review.com
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The sound was a contrast, detailed and extremely musical. There was no slowness and desire to lull the listener, for which I dislike for a directly heated triode single end.
John Darko
John Darko@username
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Every Sterling feels like it's punching well above its weight. So Good I bought one myself. More seasoned audiophiles will know that good amplification – no matter the topology – has no sound of its own. Don’t expect the thick syrup or golden hues of sub-$1000 Chinese units. There is no sickly/heavy sauce here. Neither is there porridge bass. Who said tubes are no hopeless below the waist? (Fools!) This Audion is the healthiest of extra virgin olive oil: light, transparent, clean. And fast. It is unburdened by ponderous, labouring low frequencies or musical weight gain. Its talents lie in 1. the ability to drive a wide range of loudspeakers and 2. the beautification of music. Each combination a winner.
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