Violectric HPA V340: headphone amplifier for power-hungry candidates

Violectric HPA V340 has announced that is a headphone amplifier for power-hungry candidates and will be cost 1,799 euros for its buyers.

With the HPA V340 Violectric presents a new headphone amplifier of the high-end class. According to the press release, thanks to its high output voltage and output power, it should be able to drive low-impedance and high-impedance headphones without any effort – up to and including magnetostats.

Violectric HPA V340 – Features & Interfaces

Basically it is based on the low-noise circuit of its big brother Violectric V550, which costs a third more and has a few more features such as a balance controller.

The back of the new Violectric headphone amplifier: level adjustment via DIP switch included

The Violectric HPA V430 has two cinch high-level inputs and offers connections on the front for two unbalanced headphones (6.3 mm stereo jack) and one balanced (XLR four-pole). In addition, there is an XLR and cinch output, which can be conveniently used with a fixed level or volume-controlled switch on the back. This means that the HPA V340 is not only to be taken seriously as a preliminary stage, it can also be easily integrated into existing setups without “wasting” inputs or outputs. In addition, we find, also on the back, a mouse piano for channel-separated fine tuning of the pre-gain.

The amp, developed and manufactured at Lake Constance, is now available.

Price Violectric HPA V340: 1,799 euros