file New Lexon PXM Amplifiers

5 years 10 months ago #20714 by Tony Wilkes
New Lexon PXM Amplifiers was created by Tony Wilkes
Internal shot of one of the new Lexon PXM1450 amplifiers, 2 x 1450w/8 ohms 2 x 2400w/4 ohms 27Kg

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5 years 10 months ago #20722 by tony.a.s.s.
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That looks like a nice uncomplicated layout. It's nice to see there's some business for the Coils Winders.

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5 years 10 months ago - 5 years 10 months ago #20731 by Tony Wilkes
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Tony, I have spent 3 years looking for a range of amps that meet my requirements with regards high quality construction and most of all, sound quality and of course price.

Pleased to say I have now found it with these amplifiers, they show what the Chinese are capable of doing when they apply themselves correctly with proper QC etc.

I would love that they were British but in all honesty I do not think that any British company could afford* the R&D and automated production lines to manufacture such items at this price point.

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Tony W

* Or would want too.

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5 years 10 months ago #20733 by tony.a.s.s.
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It is a shame about cost of manufacturing in the UK. Light weight amps don't seem to pose so much of a problem, which leads to believe it's the cost of that huge Transformer and other associated parts such as large caps that have to be the biggest savings with an Amp.
As a matter of interest, are there any switch mode Amps in the product line?

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5 years 10 months ago - 5 years 10 months ago #20734 by Tony Wilkes
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Tony,

Yes indeed they are the PCM 2 channel range and the PQM 4 channel jobbies, At present I only stock the PCM12 and PCM18 and I am waiting for stock to arrive of the PQM8 and PQM13. I do have a PQM8 in my own rack and just have 1 off PQM13 left

These all use a very efficient output stage, even the transformer models, that the spiel says gives you Class D efficiency with Class AB sound. I don't know about that but I do know that they sound pretty good to me :)

This is a picture of the internals of the PCM18

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