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Class A amplifiers sound pretty similar, but rare in the car-HiFi area. The Mosconi Gladen A-class is a new representative of the species.

The Steg is a class-A classic master stroke Classe A, which in 2004 took carhifi in the final special issue under the magnifying glass. With great pleasure by the way, because their sound was a dream. Since then not much has happened in the class-A segment however. Today is the brand new Mosconi Gladen A-class (1300 Euro) ahead of us, and there are parallels to the pier: this development is Henning Gladen, get sales technical standing behind the bridge power amplifiers. A good friend is also the engineer: Filippo Kania developed the bar master stroke Classe A, well, he designed the A-class Mosconi. At the start of Mosconi Gladen and Kania looked initially affordable, but very good sounding amps – the AS-series. Gladen one they brought a cool plug-ins &-play device out. But from the outset it was clear that the Mosconi portfolio should be crowned at the upper end of the tone scale by a class-A amplifier. The A-class project ran so for over a year in the background in full swing. Gladen and Pamela had a combination of high – sound quality of bridge master stroke with a slightly more exciting bass performance aiming. The result can look, but mostly listen. To the sense of hearing more later, first let’s take a look with the A-class Gladen, from the technical side…