For many people, the cinema is just a place with a big screen and some snacks to entertain themselves, but the reality is there is much more, although as a general rule it is not visible: the surround sound system. It all started in 1980 with a simple 3-speaker setup and evolved into today’s object-based surround sound systems that can use up to 20 speakers. With the new 7-channel power amplifier M6x 250.7 from Musical Fidelity the discerning fan can easily create a powerful 7.1 channel home theater system (with the subwoofer powered by its own amplification) equipped with a extraordinary sound naturalness.
An elegant and minimalist aesthetic, a robust construction entirely metallic and a provision of balanced and unbalanced inputs for each channel are the prelude to electronics equipped with some of the technological solutions that have given Musical Fidelity such a reputation. Inside, we find a structure with 7 Class AB amplification modules independent ones that deliver 250 continuous watts each, supported by an opulent power supply featuring two extremely quiet audiophile-grade toroidal transformers with their own encapsulation. Thanks to this, an exceptionally clean power delivery is ensured, maximizing both the level of detail and the dynamic range of the soundstage obtained.
On the other hand, the sophisticated design of the thermal dissipation system of the M6x 250.7 eliminates the need to use forced ventilation, by keeping the operating temperature controlled at all times. Musical Fidelity’s new multi-channel power stage is completed with high quality connection terminals to ensure a perfect connection to the speakers, to which is added the possibility of sending the same signal to multiple inputs via RCA jack for routing/distribution. Additionally, the M6x 250.7 includes a input and one output for signal 12V DC trigger to synchronize activation and deactivation from compatible components.