As well as 10% off LINN DSM when you trade in an analogue preamp, we also have an offer with FREE extra channels of power amplification when you buy a LINN Majik or Akurate Power Amp
Posted: 12 Jun 2015 02:45 AM PDT
Back by popular demand, Linn's +2 promotion gives you
2 extra channels free* when you buy a Majik or Akurate power amp from now until 14th August 2015.
This means you can buy a Majik 6100 for the price of a Majik 4100, an Akurate 4200 for the price of an Akurate 2200, and so on.
Adding extra channels of amplification is a great way of upgrading your system's performance, whether you're simply bi-amping or going for the ultimate upgrade with Exakt.
Why Add More Channels?
Adding more channels to a passive speaker set-up is a great upgrade in itself, as well as bringing you a step closer to the nirvana of an Exakt system.
Bi-amping uses 2 channels per speaker and increases efficiency while reducing distortion, giving you a more musical performance. The more channels, the better the performance.
When you have enough amps to supply one channel per drive unit in your speakers, you can then drive them actively using Linn Aktiv cards, or for the ultimate upgrade, a Linn Exaktbox.
Most Linn speakers can be driven in Aktiv configuration, using a channel of amplification for each individual drive unit. This uses active crossovers (using Aktiv cards fitted inside the power amps) instead of the speakers' built-in passive crossovers and produces far less distortion than a passive set-up, letting you hear more of the music.
If you're going Aktiv, you can choose to claim your 2 free channels or take advantage of our ongoing free Aktiv card offer. If you need more than one amplifier, why not use both offers?*
This is the ultimate upgrade for your system, bringing you closer than ever before to what was actually recorded in the studio.
Exakt takes the Aktiv principle even further by using one channel of amplification per drive unit, this time using a Linn Exaktbox to perform the crossover digitally.
This enables a whole host of performance-enhancing capabilities, including the elimination of phase and magnitude distortion and correction for drive unit variation.
Learn more about Exakt.