Amplifiers

2019 Marshall Amp Fridges

2019 Marshall Amp Fridges

Several years back, we featured a fridge that looked like a Marshall amp stack. Now, we have two versions, a 3.2 cubic foot model, and a 4.4 cubic foot model, ideal for keeping beverages and snacks cool in your office, living room, or man cave. Both offer blue LED interior lighting, and authentic Marshall control knobs that go to 11.

Jamstack Portable Amp

Jamstack Portable Amp

Jamstack’s compact amplifier and speaker combo clips onto the bottom of electric guitars and basses, providing big, clean sound for practice sessions and intimate performances. Its detachable smartphone dock lets you connect your phone inline and apply effects using 3rd-party apps.

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Fender Amp Mug

Fender Amp Mug

Inspired by the classic Fender Twin Reverb guitar amp, this ceramic mug is the perfect gift for musicians who need their caffeine fix. It features a flat-face design, which makes it easy to store two side by side – though we don’t recommend stacking these amps.

DragonFly Cobalt DAC / Amp

DragonFly Cobalt DAC / Amp

AudioQuest’s top-of-the-line digital-to-analog converter gives your computer or mobile device high-end headphone audio. It offers 24-bit/96Khz resolution, Hi-Res Audio support, a premium ESS ES9038Q2M DAC chip, and a high-efficiency amplifier, it provides incredibly clean and natural sounds in a super-compact package.

Rice Krispies Amplifier Bowl

Rice Krispies Amplifier Bowl

Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal is best known for the “snap, crackle, pop” sounds it makes when swimming in milk. If you love that sound, but like things one louder, then check out this invention by Dominic Wilcox, which amplifies the sound for everyone to enjoy at the breakfast table.

Marshall Amp Key Racks

Marshall Amp Key Racks

Pluginz teamed up with Marshall to produce a series of officially-licensed wall-mount key racks which look like the fronts of their famed amplifiers. Like their other Jack Racks, your keys hang from 1/4″ audio plugs, but these are embellished with the Marshall “M” logo.

Boss Katana-Air Wireless Guitar Amp

Boss Katana-Air Wireless Guitar Amp

Boss‘ new Katana-Air is a compact wireless guitar amplifier. Its transmitter lasts for up to 12h per charge and has a power saving mode. The amp itself can also be powered with AA batteries for portable playing. It can also be used as a Bluetooth speaker.

IFI Retro Stereo 50 Tube Amp

IFI Retro Stereo 50 Tube Amp

An premium sound system for audiophiles. IFI’s bamboo-cased receiver has a 2-channel amplifier, using six high-end vacuum tubes, can drive speakers or headphones, and works with analog, phonograph, digital, and Bluetooth audio sources.

Fender Mustang GT Amplifiers

Fender Mustang GT Amplifiers

Fender’s new digital amplifiers have thousands of presets and effects that you can operate through a built-in display, and you’ll get even more thanks to their Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. The Mustang GT amps also have a speaker function and USB and XLR outputs.

Lexus x Mark Levinson

Lexus x Mark Levinson

We went behind the scenes with Mark Levinson to learn about the audiophile grade sound systems they make for Lexus vehicles. There’s no way to convey how amazing they sound without listening in person, but read on to get a sense of just what goes into making these systems so good.

T-Rex TW Guitar Tube Amp

T-Rex TW Guitar Tube Amp

Ampoids creates these very special tube amplifiers which pay tribute to vintage TW-style guitar amps. We absolutely love the flame maple cabinetry on this 33-watt amp, which is best enjoyed when paired with a Celestion loaded speaker cab.

HeadRoom Standard Amp

HeadRoom Standard Amp

Designed to produce the absolute best sound quality in a compact headphone amp, HeadRoom’s audiophile gadget packs best-in-class technology, and is focused on pristine, clean sound, rather than bells and whistles. Drops 10/16, with pre-orders available now.

McIntosh MHA100

McIntosh MHA100

The MHA100 amplifier works with practically any headphone model, and its crossfeed can deliver a speaker-like soundstage. It can also power speakers, which makes its $4,500 price tag a tad easier to swallow. More here.

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AmpliFi Guitar Amp & Speaker

AmpliFi Guitar Amp & Speaker

Line 6’s AmpliFi is a solid state guitar amp and a Bluetooth speaker. Use the AmpliFi Remote iOS app to access nearly 200 tones and effects. You can chain up to eight effects and save and share your configurations. Available in 75W or 150W.

V-MODA Vamp Verza

V-MODA Vamp Verza

The Vamp Verza amplifier might be an audiophile’s best friend. It can be used on mobile devices as well as PCs, and can also be used as a USB sound card. It has optical out, USB and micro-USB ports.

Amp Mug

Amp Mug

Spinning Hat’s squared-off ceramic classic guitar amp mug is perfect for rockers, roadies and air guitarists alike – and this one even goes to 11. Rock out with your coffee out!

BLOCK Amplifier

BLOCK Amplifier

Mateusz Główka’s stainless steel and aluminum tube amplifier is a thing of beauty. Components that cause interference are even isolated into their own compartments. Too bad it’s just one-of-a-kind.

Elekit Tube Amp

Elekit Tube Amp

It’s been a while since we’ve seen anything as fracking minimal gorgeous and cool as the Elekit Tube Amp, a vacuum tube hybrid stereo amplifier designed by Koichi Futatsumata for EK Japan.

Pocket T-Amplifier

Pocket T-Amplifier

The Amphony microFidelity 100 may be tiny, but its sound is mighty. The digital T-amp cranks out 20WPC stereo or 50W mono with a 115dB S/N ratio. Not bad for something you can pocket.

Orange OPC Computer

Orange OPC Computer

Renowned UK amp maker Orange has taken their iconic case design and put a computer inside the box. It’s also a high-powered amplified speaker and has inputs for instruments and media players.

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Budda x Mark Nason Amp

Budda x Mark Nason Amp

Budda and Mark Nason team up for the MN-100, a 100 watt three-channel tube guitar amplifier head wrapped in Nason’s leather; also: the MN-412, a similarly wrapped 4×12 cabinet.

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