The fruits of Harmon’s labor is the new Mark Levinson No526 all singing all dancing preamp (no pricing set). This solidly built and engineered unit happily welcomes all your inputs including digital 32-bit/192kHz. It also features Harmon Clarify technology that helps fidelity restoration for compressed lossy audio files such as MP3. The No526 provides both XLR balanced and single-ended RCA analog outputs, which can be configured with optional low-pass filtering for integration of subwoofers. Mark Levinson had a world premiere No523, which is a hefty dual mono pre that is pure an along plus phonostage.
Then there is the No519 is Mark Levinson's network streamer, DAC, and yes folks she even has a top-quality CD player via TEAC CD Rom drive. Did I mention that there are an abundance of hardwire inputs plus you have wireless Wi-Fi and Bluetooth too! Since this is a high-end audio produce here at HIGH END 2016 in Munich, this unit provides both balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA outputs. There is a digital volume control to precisely control how loud you want to enjoy your tunes. For personal music lovers, it also has a Class A headphone output. Want to see what you're doing, there is a 5" display for control and being the modern audiophile that you are, there is an app for iOS and Android.
Also new is their No534 250wpc stereo amp. There are two sets of loudspeaker terminals for bi-wiring. It can be hooked to your network for IP control and monitoring. I expect in the coming years that audiophiles will be using more IP control and Ethernet-based audio devices. All Mark Levinson products are designed and handcrafted in the USA.
Of course Harmon's JBL brand features their world renown Everest lineup, which is now available in a wide range of bespoke colors. Seen here is Ferrari Red. Here's a close-up pic because, hey, just because we can.