Regulated Switching Mode Power Supplies (SMPS)

Jeff Rowland is the first high end audio equipment designer to incorporate extremely quiet, fully regulated,  and blazingly nimble switching mode power supplies in truly high end stereo amplifiers,  like the Model 10 stereo amplifier and the Model 12 monoblock power amplifier released in 1999. Since then, progressively sophisticated switch mode power supplies have been key components of his advanced multi-tier front end engineering strategy, applied to both his reference power amplifier and preamplifier designs, up to the new Model 625 class A/B stereo power amplifier, as well as to the Criterion and Corus preamplifiers.

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