The No.23 was widely considered one of the greatest amps ever engineered and produced by Mark Levinson. This is especially worth mentioning because the No.23 was produced when Mark Levinson still had full control of the company. And what an amp this is. On paper, it had the specs most other brands lust for. Supremely powerful at 200W per channel at 8 ohms and 40W per channel at 4 ohms and weighing a hefty 100lbs, this was no ordinary 200W amp. The weight and authority it has over the music was simply mesmerizing. It has a sense of ease driving any of the speakers we have in the store. Little wonder why this amp continues to be one of the most sought after amp.
Line inputs accepted on the No.23 is Camac or XLR. Cosmetically, the amp has the usual signs of wear but no dings or dents. Some scuff marks and scratches here and there (see pictures) but nothing major. Heatsinks have no purple discoloration. This would be a not out of the ordinary 7/10 condition like so many other No.23 of this vintage. Not perfect but still good.
We don’t have the original box but will securely pack this beast for safe arrival.