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1993-  
1996                                                       1993
                                                 Summer CES, Chicago, IL

Best Sound at the Show. "...M1 monoblock MOS-FET amplifiers...garnered my vote for best sound. ...Driving Wilson WATTs/Puppies through Purist Audio Design cables and resting on Microscan amplifier supports,...amplifiers sounded superb, with tight, bottomless bass, effortless dynamics, and spacious soundstage. I have never heard the WATTs/Puppies sound so good." -- Stereophile magazine, Larry Greenhill (August, 1993)

"One of the star performances with the 100-watt class A hybrid monoblock model M1 and M2, a class A/AB 200-watt model. The company also unveiled a preamplifier, L1" -- Gramophone magazine, Andy Giles (August, 1993)

"...two power amplifiers were the first of the 'must hears' that came to my attention, the M1 being a 100W class A hybrid monoblock (one 6DJ8 in the second stage) capable of handling loads down to 1 Ohm; the M2 is a class A/AB 200 watter based on the M1 concept. Neither employs overall feedback. Both are firmly of the built-to-last school, industrial but bomb-proof. The L1 is the forthcoming pre-amp, with seven inputs and a built-in remote facility for use with these monoblocks." -- Hi-Fi News & Record Review, Ken Kessler (August, 1993)

"For the first time at the High-End Show, the M1s sounded so good that they had the best sound at the show and I think it was the best sound ever!!! ...Regarding the speakers, it was the best the Watt Puppies have ever sounded; the combination of the M1 amplifiers and the Watts are the best!" -- Audiophile magazine, Hong Kong, Y.K. Chen (editor) (August, 1993)



1994
WCES, Las Vegas, NV

"Lamm...is the name...which wowed so many people last year in Chicago. The M1.1...was the source of some of the best sounds I heard at the show." -- Hi-Fi News & Record Review, Ken Kessler (March, 1994)

"LAMM also launched a preamp to mate the existing M1.1 and M2.1 power amps. The L1 accepts five sources plus two tape decks, provides balanced and single-ended outputs, and uses no feedback. The unit also includes built-in remote on/off switching for LAMM power amps." -- Glass Audio, Ken Kessler (04/94)

LAMM mentioned in the show report published in High Fidelity magazine (Denmark) (04/94) [translation not available]

LAMM mentioned in the show report published in High Fidelity magazine (Sweden) (04/94) [translation not available]



1994

Summer CES, Chicago, IL

"LAMM...was showing off their model M1.1 mono power amps by driving Purist Audio Design's Quitessence Speaker System...The amps seemed quite impressive..." -- Stereophile (September, 1994)

"LAMM launched its own preamp to match the M1.1 and M2.1 power amps. The L1, which accepts five sources and two tape decks, provides balanced and single-ended outputs, and employs no feedback. The unit also includes built-in remote on/off switching for LAMM power amps." -- Hi-Fi News & Record Review, Ken Kessler (September, 1994)


1996
WCES, Las Vegas, NV

LAMM mentioned in the show report published in MJ magazine (Japan) (04/96) [translation not available]

LAMM mentioned in the show report published in Stereo Sound magazine (Japan) (No. 118, Spring, 1996) [translation not available]



1996
HI-FI SHOW, New York, NY

"Lamm Industries was another surprising entrant into the SE triode arena. Their ML2 is a 20.5-watt SE tube monoblock. ...LAMM promises that the unique low-impedance output stage and high-current power supply will drive real world speakers. A push/pull version, the ML1, generates 90 watts and sells for $9,345 each." -- The Audiophile Voice, Arnis Balgavis (Volume 2, issue 4)

"A HiFi 96, les tubes et notamment les montages triodes avaient le vent en poupe. Témoin, ce bloc mono ML1 du constructeur LAMM qui exposait ici dans sa contrée. Autre 'vedette' rencontrée sur un très grand nombre de stands, le disque vinyle. Nostalgie..." -- La Revue du Son magazine (France), Vincent Cousin (No. 199, July/August, 1996)

 

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