KR Audio VA910 Mono-block Amplifiers

KR Audio

$16,500.00 USD 

VA910 Mono-block Amplifiers

Mono-block tube amplifiers. 160 + 160 Watts RMS

Description push-pull ultra-linear Class AB1
Output Tubes 4x KT120 (per mono-block)
Output Power  2x 160W RMS (THD = 1%)
Frequency Response 10Hz - 60KHz (-3dB/1W/4Ohms)
Feedback 7dB
Output Impedance 4 / 8 Ohm
Preamplifier solid-state with mechanical (reed) relays
Driver Stage MOSFET class A
Input Sensitivity 0.75V RMS / 47 kOhms
Dimensions - w x h x d 38.5 x 24.5 x 41.5 cm (each mono-block)
Weight  Approx. 20 kg (each mono-block)


Ross Mantle, The Audio Beat (Sept. 2017):
"...the KR Audio VA910 monoblocks outclass more expensive competition both in price and performance with no fuss and a sense of high reliability. They are not what most would call inexpensive, but they offer world-class sound at something of a budget-conscious price. I cannot speak for everything on the market, but I would not be surprised to find that the VA910s surpass all comers at their power output and price. But regardless of power and price, these are emotionally involving, superbly engineered, aesthetically understated monoblocks that are unconditionally compatible with all types of music -- beauty and truth in equal parts..." Check out the entire review

Jason Victor Serinus, Stereophile, Newport Beach Show (June 2015):  
"'s this for wedging $343,000 worth of equipment into a small space? Yes, everything and its mother began to resonate as Beverly Sills sang the famed aria from Korngold's Die Tote Stadt at high volume, but her top notes sounded so amazingly gorgeous, pure and warm that the experience was heavenly. This due in no small part to the touch of tube sweetness imparted by KR Audio's VA910 monoblocks ($16,500/pair) and P-130 MC preamp with phono ($6400)."  Check out the entire article

Michael Wright of (Oct. 2013)
"...the VA910s’ sound exuded openness, detail, and uncanny realism. Their ability to draw me into the music and let me enjoy what the performers were trying to share with me was captivating... tonal colors were full and vibrant. The KRAs captured a good amount of detail and information about the recorded event, but in a way that made me want to listen to music and not be concerned with writing a review. The sense of soundstaging and scale was way above average -- the entire front half of my listening room was turned into an enormous soundstage filled with music... I could clearly picture the performers on the stage -- images had dimensionality, and air between them..."  Check out the entire review

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