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Threshold - Product line history

THE THRESHOLD PRODUCT LINE HISTORY

 

In this section we list only the devices designed during the Nelson PASS era, because we are sure they match our "hobby" and our interest in the high end high fidelity. The devices made by this company since then are more oriented towards the Profesionnal audio and look like excellent values in the market they target, but we do not know them enough to talk about them.

 

 

MODEL SPECIFICATIONS AND PERIOD OF MANUFACTURING

NS-10

Stereo Preamplifier (1977-79)
800A 200 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1975-77)
400A 100 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1976-79)
4000 200 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1977-79)
SL-10 Stereo Preamplifier (1979-81)
CAS-1 75 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1979-81)
CAS-2 125 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1979-81)
STASIS-1 200 Watt STASIS MonoBlock Power Amplifier (1979-81)
STASIS-2 200 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1979-81)
STASIS-3 125 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1979-81)
FET-1 (two series) Stereo Preamplifier (1981-85)
FET-2 (two series) Stereo Preamplifier (1981-85)
SA-1 160 Watt STASIS MonoBlock Power Amplifier (1984-88)
SA-2 100 Watt STASIS MonoBlock Power Amplifier (1984-88)
SA-3 50 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1984-88)
S/150 (two series) 75 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1982-84)
S/200 (two series) 100 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1984-86)
S/300 (two series) 150 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1983-88)
S/500 (two series) 250 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1983-88)
S/1000 (two series) 500 Watt STASIS MonoBlock Power Amplifier (1984-88)
PCX (-X10) Stereo Electronic Crossover (1987-89)
FET-9 Stereo Preamplifier with Phone Stage (1986-89)
FET-10Pc Stereo Phone Gain Stage (1986-89)
FET-10HL Stereo High Level Preamplifier (1986-89)
SA/3.9e 60 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1990-94)
SA/4e 100 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1989-95)
SA/6e 125 Watt STASIS MonoBlock Power Amplifier (1990-94)
SA/10e 175 Watt STASIS MonoBlock Power Amplifier (1990-94)
SA/12e 250 Watt STASIS MonoBlock Power Amplifier (1989-95)
S/160 80 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1992-94)
S/250 125 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1992-94)
S/350e 150 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1990-94)
S/450e 200 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1990-94)
S/550e 250 Watt/Channel STASIS Stereo Power Amplifier (1990-94)
S/1600e 750 Watt STASIS MonoBlock Power Amplifier (1989-1994)
DAC1e Digital to Analog Convertor (1992-96)
DAC2 Digital to Analog Convertor (1995-98)
FET-9e Stereo Preamplifier with Phone Stage (1990-94)
FET-10Pe Stereo Phone Gain Stage (1990-98)
FET-10He Stereo High Level Preamplifier (1990-94)
T 2 Remote Control Stereo Preamplifier (1994-98)
T 3/T 3i Remote Control Stereo Preamplifier (1994-98)
T 50 50 Watt/Channel Stereo Power Amplifier (1994-98)
T 100 60 Watt/Channel Stereo Power Amplifier (1994-98)

 

Article written by Florent  ("provence13").


Creation date : 03/02/2007 @ 22:04
Last update : 09/11/2014 @ 10:47
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by Nounours18200 24/11/2010 @ 21:11

Hello Ducstuff,
Your message has been moved to our Fourm: http://www.thresholdlovers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=438 . Please use the Forum because it is simpler to discuss. We believe that the SA/11 is a German reference, see our comments on the Forum. Thanks !

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by Ducstuff 22/11/2010 @ 04:21

Hello Forum,

i wonder why the SA/11 Monos are not listed above, because i own a pair of these "monsters" smile and try to sell them. Are the SA/11 Monos named correctly, or do they have another name only in Germany? I searched a lot in the net, but the informations in this forum are really special, so i hope you can help me out. Thanks a lot.


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by Dev 25/03/2009 @ 20:18

I still have my SL-10 preamp that i bought new in 1980.It still sounds great but needs a cleaning as turning up the volume creates static.The original caps are still good(knock on wood).I also have a spectral DMC-10 Gamma which i just got back yesterday,getting the caps replace,sounds wonderful.The SL-10 has a little more bottom end than the spectral but the DMC-10 is a little purer overall.I'm not taking any thing away from the Sl-10 though.Remember the Sl-10 was 1290.00 when new and the DMC-10 was about 3000.00.(i didn't pay that for it,i'm not rich..lol).Both preamps are excellent.n

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