It’s time to reflect on the beauty of music.

If you’re passionate about tone, timbre, pitch, and the blending of complex harmonic structures and instrumental textures that forms the whole. If you care about every nuance in the sounds produced by the instrumentalist or vocalist, along with natural (un-hyped) rhythmic drive. If you are passionate about the emotional response produced by music, then you will want an accurate presentation, you need to hear the world’s first super-fidelity instruments from Halcro.


The Halcro range of amplifiers and preamplifiers brings you closer to pure sound reproduction than ever before. They were designed by Bruce Candy, a physicist and an audiophile, to meet his own stringent requirements of absolute musicality via the purest possible signal. No other amplifier on the market delivers such low levels of distortion, with clarity throughout even the most harmonically complex pieces.

Beneath the elegant shell of a Halcro amplifier lies a combination of revolutionary circuitry, meticulous attention to detail and plain commonsense. Halcro’s proprietary circuitry configuration is such a lateral step, it is not recognizable as that of an amplifier to many engineers. The power supply and audio compartments are physically separated and heavily shielded to retain purity of the signal. Levels of distortion and interference are a fraction of that of all other amplification technologies.

Introducing Halcro Eclipse

The all new Halcro Eclipse amplifiers herald a new era in the Halcro story. The original Halcro dm amplifier hit the market to disbelief – orders of magnitude lower distortion than anyone believed possible. The Eclipse amplifiers take musical expression to a new height.

“Its sound quality is so breathtakingly good that I had to pinch myself through my listening sessions to remind myself I was awake, and not in some blissful audiophile dream.”
Greg Borrowman, Audio Esoterica

The new Halcro team have spent the past couple of years exploring every aspect of the unique platform for possible improvements. We present – the new reference in amplification.

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