What is the difference between Coherence Series I and Series II?

The Coherence One Series II was released April 1997. The Coherence One Series II upgrade involves the redesign of the attenuator amp circuitry. The actual circuit topology is similar; however, all of the circuit components were improved, taking advantage of recently available modern surface mount technology. The output amplifier is a newly developed, dual high-current transimpedance amplifier which handles both phases of the output circuit on one isothermic, copper lead frame power device. This output amplifier and all associated surface mount circuitry allow significant reductions in circuit loop area and path length yielding wider bandwidth, faster setting time, reduced dielectric absorption and greater thermal tracking stability. The overall sonic result is greater clarity during complex music passages and increased resolution of intertransient silence.

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