Hegel Launches 7 Day Home Trial Program in Australia

Posted on 30th April, 2020

Hegel Launches 7 Day Home Trial Program in Australia

Norway's Hegel Music Systems has long been held in high regard with audiophiles throughout Europe. Now, you can experience it yourself with an in-home trial.

We can talk about our devices for a very long time, but nothing will fill in for trying them for real and getting immersed in their sound. That's why we encourage you to do so.

Hegel's award-winning H190 Integrated Amplifier (reviewed by over 20 global publications) with DLNA streaming capabilities can play music from any streaming platform, including AirPlay. With configurable inputs, a high-end DAC, and a front-facing headphone output, it offers ease of use with ultimate sound quality. In anodised black aluminium with an OLED display, the H190 is beautiful enough to be the centrepiece in any system and powerful enough to drive almost any loudspeaker on the market.

The 2x150 watt power output with Hegel's SoundEngine2 error cancelling amplifier technology is said to “prevent distortion and preserve the details and dynamic range in the original music signal.”

For a limited time Hegel's Australian distributor, Advance Audio, is now offering you the opportunity to trial the Hegel H190 Integrated Streaming Amplifier in your home. Visit the dedicated website at hegel.com.au and register your details if you would like the chance. A credit card pre-authorisation will be required, and Advance will ship and retrieve the H190 at their cost. If after the trial period you're not entirely convinced, you can return the product with no obligation. 

There's no better way to audition new products than in your own home at your convenience.

For more information visit hegel.com.au


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher was born in England and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia. He developed an early love of music and playing bass guitar before discovering the studio and the other side of the mixing desk. After a few years writing for audio magazines, Marc saw the future in digital publishing and founded the first version of StereoNET, known at the time as Planet Audio, in 1999.

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