Regenerative Power Supply
The regenerative power supply is an electrical generator directly integrated into the device and avoids any noise from the main power supply and thus provides an ultra-low noise AC signal to power the device. It regenerates the main power supply and blocks the noise of the electrical signal to obtain the most neutral sound.
First, a transformer converts the main voltage. The DC conversion is carried out by Class A power supplies. A discrete symmetrical regenerative wave generator produces an ultra-low distortion wave at 50Hz.
Symmetrical amplifiers, with powerful output stages, drive regenerative transformers to produce extremely clean alternating current. This totally clean signal is then routed to separate Class A power supplies for the left and right channels.
The Class A DC power supply with an input impedance will avoid any noise and allow the amplification stages to have a low output impedance.
In addition, the 4 R-Core transformers provide 225W of power to the system and Nover capacitors with a capacity of more than 60000µF are used to ensure a fluid current.