Tag Archives: Makua

Mola-Mola Makua Preamplifier DAC “is designed from the ground up by Bruno using no off-the-shelf DAC chips”

“I mention all of this because not only was the On A Higher Note room one of my favorites of CES 2015, Philip O’Hanlon had an interesting A/B comparison in store for us, as usual…” <more>

Mola-Mola testimonial from Michael Lowe, Texas

Mola-Mola's Makua, the Preamplifier and Kaluga, the Amplifier

Scott Warren from Advanced Home Theater in Texas was one of the first dealers that helped his customer purchase a set of Mola-Mola preamp and monoblocks combo.  Michael Lowe gave us the above testimonial and started a couple threads in our friend, Steve Williams’ What’s Best Forum discussing these components. Here are the two threads he […]

Central Coast Audio Club Seminar Report

Mola-Mola's Makua, the Preamplifier and Kaluga, the Amplifier

August 17, 2014 First I’d like to thank Bill, Tony, Jon & Carina for organizing this eventful seminar. It was a stunning environment within a forest with floor to ceiling glass behind the speakers and electronic drop-down drapes; such was the beautiful setting of our Central Coast Music Seminar, the home of Stereophile’s reviewer, Master Jon […]

Bruno Putsey’s Optional Built-in Phonostage for the Makua Preamp is in!

Bruno Putzey’s Mola-Mola hits another milestone! The optional phonostage built-in add-on to the Makua Preamp is now shipping. While the delivery of Mola-Mola’s phonostage essentially allows you to make adjustments through digital signals via an Android Tablet at your listening chair, these adjustments are implemented using relays, keeping the fragile phono signal in the analog […]

The Absolute Sound – Five most significant new products

“…Mola-Mola, a Dutch firm whose products are imported by On A Higher Note (known for Vivid loudspeakers and Luxman electronics). The Makua begins as a full-function linestage ($13,450) with an option for a highly sophisticated and versatile phono circuit ($2500) with fully independent moving-magnet and moving-coil stages…” <more>