The following McIntosh MAC4100 is a high-quality stereo receiver that exemplifies the brand’s commitment to exceptional sound reproduction and engineering excellence. This receiver, released in 1978, during an era of elegant design with powerful performance, making it a sought-after choice for audiophiles.
The front panel of the McIntosh MAC4100 features a sleek brushed aluminum finish, with retro-style knobs and meters that equally exude a sense of classic sophistication.
This receiver offers a robust set of features, including a built-in AM/FM tuner, a phono input for a turntable, and multiple auxiliary inputs for connecting other audio sources. This versatility allows users to enjoy their favorite music from various media platforms.
As a powerful receiver, the sound delivers a rich and dynamic sound experience. The receiver utilizes a Class AB amplifier section, ensuring high fidelity reproduction and minimal distortion. Another key point, McIntosh’s patented technologies, protects the speakers from accidental damage by preventing clipping and distortion during high-volume playback.
Additionally, it incorporates advanced tuning circuits, assuring exceptional radio reception with low noise and enhanced sensitivity. This feature, coupled with the receiver’s robust build quality, ensures a reliable and uninterrupted listening experience.
Truly withstanding the test of time, the McIntosh MAC 4100 is an exemplary stereo receiver.
In choosing McIntosh you are committed to audio excellence. As has been shown, in countless years of demand, timeless design, superior performance, and attention to detail makes it a highly coveted piece. In addition, McIntosh audio equipment is for enthusiasts seeking both style and substance in their music systems.
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Output: 75 watts per channel at 8Ω (stereo)
Speaker impedance: 4Ω to 8Ω
Dimensions: 18.6 x 6.5 x 15.5