The M-5000 TITAN is one of Allnic’s world leading components, with revelatory clarity, incredible dynamics and drive, and standard setting low noise and distortion. Using 8 KT-150 power tubes, the M-5000 TITAN offers massive, stable, resolute power in the proverbial velvet glove. The M-5000 TITAN delivers 400 watts into 8 ohms in pentode mode and 125 watts in pure triode.
Impressive audio stories are already starting to circulate about the Titans’ jaw dropping, heart stopping performances, just what you would hope for from these 160-pound, milled aluminum clad art pieces that ship in wooden crates. Enormously powerful, yet with truly heady finesse and delicacy, paired with appropriate speakers and other equipment, the Titans will put you right there with the musicians.
For all the horsepower these big amplifiers exhibit, Allnic has built common sense into tube replacement, biasing and monitoring. Surface mounted fuse systems located near bias meters and trim tabs make replacement of the KT150s easy. Because of individual tube biasing, one does not have the necessity of unwanted resistor replacement or matched tube sets due to an individual tube failure. We know these amps are big and heavy, and this tube replacement system facilitates “a leave it in the rack and have running in short order process.”
Deserving of real respect, and no small measure of awe, the Titans’ gift of powerful bass lines and steel fisted performance with wonderful high frequency extension put that “goofy grin” on many a face.
When you are ready to throw hesitation to the wind, and your significant other will not leave you, let the Allnic M-5000 Titans GET YOU THERE!
The M-5000 TITAN has the following features:
- 400 watts (pentode) or 125 watts (triode) of high-power output.
The M-5000 TITAN is a parallel push-pull power amplifier.
- Powerful Driving Circuitry.
Allnic believes in the importance of using high-quality, low noise and powerful driving circuitry in all its amplifying devices. Therefore, in the M-5000 TITAN, we employ the E55L (8233) tube in triode mode as the second stage driver tube, with a load of about 450 ohms. The listener can easily hear and even “feel” the differences between this design and other, more conventional, ones. Please imagine, as you listen to the M-5000 TITAN, its sound compared to the sound of an amplifier with conventional 12AU7 or 12BH7s used as drivers, with a load of about 47K ohm, and using 2 to 3mA of current.
- “Full Engagement” Output Transformers.
Conventional output transformers use pre-set secondary windings to accommodate 4, 8, and 16 ohm loudspeaker loads. However, these conventional transformers utilize only one secondary winding at a time, while the other secondary windings remain “idle”. This approach has two adverse effects. First, the output transformers are not working at their maximum efficiency, reducing their output relative to their potential. Second, the “idle” windings are not actually “idle”; they are subject to parasitic oscillations, producing their own “signal”. This undesirable electrical information is additive to the transformer’s output, distorting the amplified signal going to the loudspeaker. Allnic’s “Full Engagement” transformers address these issues by having 4 independent, secondary windings which are always fully connected, never “idled”. This means that all secondary windings are always connected to your loudspeakers, regardless of which output switch position you use (4 ohms or 8 ohms or 8 ohms or 16 ohms, depending on the factory configuration you have selected). The result is that there is neither a loss of transformer output efficiency, nor the introduction into the output signal of distortion from parasitic oscillations of the secondary windings.
- Large Nickel/FeSi Core Output Transformers.
As with our other models, Allnic uses very large output transformers (114mm) with nickel, mixed with FeSi, cores. This provides for higher inductance with fewer windings than other designs can provide and results in the great benefit of an extremely wide range of output frequencies.
- “Soft-start” Circuitry.
Allnic uses soft start circuitry that, after sufficient warm-up only, provides the high voltage supply to the plate of each tube. This protective design results in prolonged tube life and fewer and less frequent issues with tube performance.
- Analogue Power Tube Current Monitors.
In order to provide constant current (bias) monitoring for the power tubes, Allnic uses a separate analogue current meter for each tube. The meters make it exceptionally easy to see the status of each tube at any time and to respond immediately to any variation in bias by use of the bias control knob for the relevant tube. The meters offer a simple, unambiguous indication of each tube’s status compared to conventional LED bias monitors.
- “On-the-Fly” Triode/Pentode Switching.
Switching between triode and pentode operation can be done “on-the-fly” at any time while the amplifier is in use.
- Individual fuse protection for power tubes
- Dual inputs, one RCA and one XLR
- 4 and 8 ohm speaker terminals (8 and 16 by factory order)
- Output Power: 400w (8Ω load, at 1KHz pentode); 125w (8Ω load, at 1KHz triode)
- Distortion: 0.17% at 1KHz at 10w
- Frequency Response: 20Hz-20KHz Flat
- S/N Ratio: -80dB (CCIR, 1KHz)
- Damping Factor: 8 at 8Ω load at 1KHz
- Voltage gain: +24dB
- Input Impedance: 100KΩ (single-ended, unbalanced)
- Input Sensitivity: 2.0V for rated power
- Fuses: 0.5A, 250V, 20mm slow-blow (KT150s); 5A, 250V, 20mm slow-blow (IEC Mains)
- Tubes (per chassis): KT150 x 8 (power triode); E55L x 2 (second stage drivers); 5749 x 1 (first stage driver)