LINN Majik 6100 6 channel power amplifier
LINN Majik 6100 6 channel power amplifier.
What we Say:
The LINN Majik 6100 power amplifier is one of 5 models in the Majik amplifier range. It is housed in a compact LP width enclosure. The 6100 is a 6 channel amplifier producing 6 x 100W into 4 ohms. Chakra technology ensures it sounds great, runs cool and is energy efficient. There are 4 other models in the range depending on the application required. They are suitable for 2 channel passive or active applications and multi-channel systems. Because each model uses multiple identical power amp modules LINN have been able to produce 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 channel models.
The LINN Majik 6100 has a range of applications including providing power amplification with a Selekt or Majik DSM or for adding additional channels in a LINN active system. You can fit active filter modules into the Majik series. This allows your system to be upgraded at a later date.
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What they say:
Available with 2–6 channels
Cool-running, reliable and highly efficient, Majik amplifiers are ideal for use in stereo or multi-channel systems, featuring the 100 W version of our Linn patented Chakra technology and ground-breaking Dynamik Switch Mode Power Supply.
As our most flexible yet affordable separates option, Majik power amplifiers are available in five models (two, three, four, five, or six channels) letting you add all the amplification you need without the extra boxes. Create the perfect surround sound set-up or upgrade to a fully Aktiv Majik system and experience incredible control and precision.
- 100 W per channel (into 4 Ω)
- Models available with 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 channels
- Linn patented Chakra amplifier topology
- Linn Dynamik Power Supply
- Internally upgradeable with Aktiv crossover cards for use in a fully Aktiv system
- RCA input & output per channel for daisy-chaining amps together
- Energy saving automatic signal-sensing circuitry