Lamm Pricing

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Lamm Pricing

Postby JackD201 » Thu Dec 14, 2006 3:15 pm

SOLID-STATE/HYBRID LINE

M1.2 Reference amplifiers - $21,700/pair SOLD
M2.2 amplifiers - $21,100/pair In Stock
L2 Reference preamplifier with a separate power supply - $14,800 Indent


VACUUM TUBE LINE

ML1.1 amplifiers - $22,890/pair Indent
ML2.1 amplifiers - $29,990/pair Indent
LL2 preamplifier - $4,690 (regular version)
$4,990 (deluxe version) In Stock

LP2 phono preamplifier - $6,590 (regular version)
$6,990 (deluxe version) In Stock

For more information on each product please visit

www.lammindustries.com
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Postby conspicuous » Thu Dec 14, 2006 3:30 pm

i want! :D i wish :(

still, it's nice to know these ultimate amps are here on our shores. looking forward to your review, jack. :)
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Postby mullard88 » Fri Dec 15, 2006 8:07 am

JackD201,

If I may ask, what speaker system(s) and line stage(s) or preamp(s) will the M1.2 be used with by the new owner?
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Postby vintage_dog » Fri Dec 15, 2006 10:58 am

beautiful!

29,990/pair only! :D

dollars!


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Postby JackD201 » Fri Dec 15, 2006 2:23 pm

Hi Mullard,

Speakers are VSA VR-9 SEs, Cables may be KSR, Digital is likely to be Emmlabs.

Mr.9 wants to choose preamps carefully. The Lamm pre is out unfortunately because it doesn't have a remote. :( :lol:

As of now the candidates are:

VTL 7.5 Mk.2
the upcoming BAT VK-52 SE or REX
ARC Reference 3
the upcoming Levinson No. ? Reference

I'd love to have Mr.9s dillema :lol:

VD,

Kayang kaya ng Digital Mod natin iyan. :twisted: Para naman marinig natin.
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Postby mullard88 » Tue Jan 23, 2007 9:43 am

JackD201 and Keith,

I've been wondering why this firm charges more for less watts. Has Vladimir enlightened you on how he prices his goods? It's not definitely on a per watt basis like other manufacturers.
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Postby JackD201 » Tue Jan 23, 2007 2:21 pm

Hi Mullard88,

The prices are largely dependent on the type of output transformers used. I'm sure our amp building DIY community can totally relate and attest to this.

Mainly the OPTs for the PP ML-1.1 and the SET ML2.1 are progressively more difficult to produce and are also made in smaller quantities. Being custom builds along with the very expensive resin immersion technique employed, these are made in very small quantities hence economies of scale help very little.

If one were to looke at a picture of the OPTs (See Mark Mickelson's enjoythemusic review of the M1.2 Reference where there is a picture of the amp with the bottom plate removed) all one would find is a black box instead of the usual exposed Toroid or EI Core OPT. The Trannies are actually sealed in these boxes and they are suspended in the said resin. In other words the trannies are completely free from contact from external vibrations and the micro vibrations and RFI/EMF that the trannies themselves produce are absorbed and dissipated by the resin hence isolating the other components of the amp from them resulting in one of the lowest noise floors around.

This is one of Lamm's patents and is a major contributor to the Lamm range's ability to retain the most subtle harmonic textures regardless of level.

These trannies have been in use from the very beginning and your M1.1s use the hybrid versions as well.


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Postby fld » Tue Jan 23, 2007 3:14 pm

mullard88 wrote:JackD201 and Keith,

I've been wondering why this firm charges more for less watts. Has Vladimir enlightened you on how he prices his goods? It's not definitely on a per watt basis like other manufacturers.


This is the case of quality over quantity.
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Postby dante » Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:14 pm

Which model will we be listening to at the lair, Sensei JackD? :lol:
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Postby keith » Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:43 pm

Hi Dante ... it's been a while. :-D

What are set up are the Lamm M2.2 power amps, Lamm LL2 preamp, and Lamm LP2 phono stage.

See ya tomorrow!
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Postby dante » Tue Jan 23, 2007 11:25 pm

Tukso, layuan nyo ako! Hehehe. See you tomorrow, Keith. I'm sure we'll have a good time. :wink:
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Re: Lamm Pricing

Postby JackD201 » Fri Nov 06, 2009 7:31 pm

New Models and New Prices out will post in a few days. Thanks!
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