Where is Hegel h95 made?
Norway’s Hegel Music Systems makes preamplifiers, power amplifiers, digital-to-analog converters (DACs), and what they’re best known for these days: integrated amplifiers with built-in DACs. All of their products are designed in Norway by a team led by founder Bent Holter, and all are manufactured in China.
Where is Hegel H390 made?
Hegel components are designed by a team in Oslo, but are manufactured in China. The Hegel H390 is a Class A/B, dual mono integrated amplifier rated at 250 watts per channel into 8 ohms. It is the second highest priced integrated from the company, topped only by the massive H590 at $11,000.
Are Hegel amps any good?
The Hegel does the big picture/fine detail thing better than any amplifier I can think of remotely close to its price. Solidity, scale and authority sit comfortably with the subtlest resolution of detail.