The Vincent KHV-200 (Image Credit: Vincent)
The Vincent KHV-200 (Image Credit: Vincent)

Tube Amp with Gain Switch

New Headphone Amp KHV-200 from Vincent

Vincent's new hybrid headphone amplifier aims to optimise the performance of all headphones that might be connected to it, catering to the growing group of headphone listeners.

The development of the new KHV-200 was led by Dipl.-Ing. Frank Blöhbaum, who already was leading the development of the models SV-237MK, SV-737 and SA-T7, for example. The technology in the KHV-200 headphone amplifier was designed to drive almost all available headphones with the highest sound quality.

It can also be adapted to different models by means of a gain switch (-8 dB/ o dB). In addition to a standard 6.3 mm headphone jack, the device also has a 4-pin XLR connector. Thus, the KHV-200 is said to be able to operate headphones of the highest quality.

In Germany, the Vincent KHV-200 has an MSRP of around €1,000, and is supposed to be available soon.

The Connections of the Vincent KHV-200
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Interior View Vincent KHV-200

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