The TAGA Harmony HTA-25B uses a combination of valves and transistors to create an entry level hybrid amp.

TAGA Harmony got in touch to tell us about their new HTA-25B which they claim is a 25W / 4ohm high-fidelity, but still affordable, hybrid integrated amplifier. The HTA-25B utilises two 6P1 and two 6N1 tubes in the preamp section and transistors at the output powered by an audiophile grade toroidal power transformer. TAGA say that: “This solution ensures a very warm, linear and lifelike sound with high dynamic presentation at the same time”.

The HTA-25B offers a variety of different connections both wired and wireless:

– 2 analogue inputs with gold-plated RCA sockets.

– USB input to play music from USB flash drivers (supports MP3 / WMA / WAV, APE, AAC, FLAC files).

Bluetooth® to wirelessly stream music from smartphones, tablets or computers.

– REC output for external recording device or powered speakers or subwoofer.

– Headphones output.

gold-plated speaker terminals

Power Output:2 x 18W RMS / 8ohm
2 x 25W RMS / 4ohm
Class A/B
Vacuum Tubes:2 x 6P1, 2 x 6N1
THD:Less or equal 0.5% (1kHz 1W)
 Signal/Noise ratio:=>75dB
Frequency Response:20Hz – 20kHz
Inputs:Analog: RCA stereo CD, AUX
USB (MP3 / WMA / WAV / APE / AAC / FLAC* audio files)
Outputs:RCA stereo REC 
Connectivity Wireless:Bluetooth® v4.0
Headphones:Impedance 32-320Ω, Output power 80mW 160Ω
Included Accessories:Removable IEC Power cord
AC Power, Power Consumption:220V-240V 50/60Hz, 120 W
Dimensions (H x W x D):13.8 x 26.4 x 29.8 cm
Weight (net):4.5kg / pc.

* Supports FLAC files with a bit rate below 913 kbps

Price in the region of 260$ inc tax in Europe




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