- Can be used with a variety of McIntosh audio components
- Made from sustainably sourced solid white ash
- Jet-black stain with a catalyzed lacquer topcoat
The AS125 Amplifier Stand is a perfect way to display your McIntosh monoblock amplifiers such as the current MC2KW, MC1.25KW, MC611, MC3500 Mk II, and MC2301, or any previous models. The AS125 is made from sustainably sourced solid white ash. It is constructed using a face-glued technique with edge grain top, which provides extreme strength, durability, and stability. Ash is incredibly strong and durable, and resistant to scratches and dents.
The AS125 is finished with multiple coats of jet-black stain, with a catalyzed lacquer topcoat to provide added vibrancy and depth to the finish that goes perfectly with the black glass front panel and black chassis found on McIntosh components. It features a 3" (7.62cm) thick wood slab to firmly hold your gear. The stand itself weighs 27 lbs (12.2 kg) – the sign of a true McIntosh amplifier stand.
Not just for mono amplifiers, use a single AS125 for your McIntosh stereo amplifier, integrated amplifier, and other home stereo system components. It is approximately 18" (45.7cm) long – long enough to securely catch the feet of nearly any McIntosh audio component (see the nearly 30" (76.2cm) long AS901 Amplifier Stand for extra deep products). The feet have a protective pad on the bottom to protect your floors and minimize vibrations.
A faceplate with the McIntosh logo printed on it is located on the front of the AS125. Just like on virtually all McIntosh products, the logo on the amplifier stand can be illuminated green via the Power Control ports located on the back. To allow versatility in making Power Control connections to the rest of your home audio system, both In and Out jacks are included.
The wood portion of the amplifier stand is made by Symbol Audio, who have received Silver Exemplary status from the Sustainable Furnishings Council. Final assembly, packing, and shipping is done at the McIntosh factory in Binghamton, NY. Contact your local dealer to learn more.
Because of the natural characteristics of wood there may be some variation in grain and tone in your finished stands.