And the fourth 2011 Editor’s Choice award goes to… The ProLogue Original Six monoblock power amplifier


The success of the ProLogue Original Six monoblock power amplifier is, since its launching in November 2005, undeniable. Elected “Product of the Year” in the USA in 2006, it has also gotten 5 major audio awards.

“The ProLogue Original Six (US$ 2,000) wins Product of the Year 2006 from The Absolute Sound.”


A bit more info about the ProLogue Original Six: The Absolute Sound-2006 Product of the Year Awards – January 2007

About beheerder

Almost 40 years of being with and in the world of high-end audio equipment. As distributor of Krell, Sonus Faber, Cello, Conrad-Johnnson and many more, initiator of brands like Kiseki, Cogelco, AH!, PrimaLuna, Mystère and maybe more to follow.
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One Response to And the fourth 2011 Editor’s Choice award goes to… The ProLogue Original Six monoblock power amplifier

  1. Andy May says:

    Hi! Glad to see my amps are awarded. I am enjoying these now for about 2 years, maybe even a bit longer. Combined with a pair of Proac speakers these perform like the very best available. If I say the very best available, I mean like the very best available from the US. The dealer made me a few demos with American amps and I asked why he didn’t use the Primaluna mono amps he had on the side. After some discussion the word was that the UK distributor did not like to see both of these brands used in the same demo. I insisted and understood why the dealer and the distributor did not want to use both brands in one demo. That’s why I got myself a pair of Primaluna amps but did not buy these at the London dealer I normally buy. I understand they want to make the maximum profit, but I am no different. I like money too as well as good sound. I bought my Primaluna amps from O’Brien instead and I am perfectly happy! I have spent less and I think I enjoy more. Thanks Primaluna. Keep on doing the good work! Andy.

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