Tag: tube

How do you beat a Super Zen?

SE84CKCS550

First there was the Zen Triode 2 watt amplifier that started Decware…  A few years later, a SELECT version of the amp, often simply called the “SELECT”.  It was black and had some exotic internals which lead to it’s almost cult following all these many years.

Recently we improved this original amp for the tenth and last time.  We renamed it the Super Zen and changed the model number to SE84CKC.  It was so good it actually beat the SELECT.  So since you can’t make one sound much better we decided to give you what you’ve always asked for on a Zen Amp…. Cool meters that actually do something, and High Quality Transformer Balanced XLR inputs.  Welcome to the new SELECT.  Also known as model SE84CKCS.   In production now, and soon to be on the web site it is the best sounding Zen amp ever built.

Decware’s Mystery Amp

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Shown in the background blur… is Decware’s Mystery Amp.  The Edison Lamp hanging above the bench is capturing the focus of the camera lens – keeping this amplifier a mystery as people try to guess what it’s going to be in our Online Forums!

 

The Decware Zen Ultra – Audiophile Home Theater Preamp

This is absolutely the most unique multi-channel preamp in the world, not to mention it’s top tear sound quality.  Can be used for Home Theater, Bi or Tri amping, two channel, and any combination of all of the above!  What?  Trust me, if you’ve ever wanted to combine your purist two channel rig with home theater with zero compromise and movie sound so good you’ll be re-evaluating – well everything… then you need to check this rare wonder out!

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Decware’s all-American amps wow audiophiles – CNET

 

Decware makes low power amplifiers and high-end speakers in the United States. Their entry-level Zen Triode amplifier ($775) pumps out 2 watts per channel, and if you need more get the 6 watt Zen Taboo ($995), or the mighty 26-watt Zen Torii ($2,495). The Zen Triode was the company’s very first model and has charmed tough to please high-end critics on a regular basis. (more…)