The often only weak (amounting often to only some microvolts) pick-up signal is equalized and amplified in an elaborate two-stage procedure.
The Primary amplification is performed in the transistor input stage by our double mono construction, fitted with double FET inputs. With no error current, these provide unlimited input resistance, and under conditions of minimal constant capacity have an almost unlimited input resistance.
Every channel uses two specially adjusted Audionet operation amplifiers integrated directly in the input topology. Every Audionet operation amplifier is discretely constructed from 86 individual components characterized by a unique amplification broadband product of 100 MHz.
Input switching occurs between the first and second amplification stage using the amplified and stabilized signal. This extremely elaborate concept avoids all negative audio effects on the switching.
Secondary equalization and amplification is performed in the double mono configured output stage, both of which are equipped with a discrete Audionet operation amplifier integrated in the driver circuit. Their drivers integrate a class-A circuit with high standby current, designed for operation with long cables configured both coaxially and symmetrically.
The PAM G2 mutes its outputs during switching so as to avoid any disruptive popping or snapping noises. Moreover, a safety switch monitors the supply voltage and shuts down the output signal quickly before any interference reaches the loudspeaker. The new PAM G2 issues a warning before any inverted or distorting network connection which could corrupt the sound.
This elaborate and consistently-implemented concept makes the PAM G2 a standard-setter in terms of accuracy and is able to process even the weakest pick-up signal, providing the technical requirements for its phenomenal sound potential.
The new PAM G2 is Audionet’s statement for all phono lovers: an uncompromising concept in a radical realization. Multifunctional and upgradeable, it produces a world-beating sound with unique operation.