The Kula features an optional phono and DAC stages. Newly developed power amplification is included which outputs 2 x 150W into 8 Ohms
The Mola Mola Makua-inspired layout features a line stage. The Kula also includes three pairs of balanced and single-ended inputs.
Also check out the Furutech binding posts, connected to the PCB using Kubala·Sosna cable.
The Mola Mola Kula MC/MM phono stage and modular DAC section are optional extras.
The phono stage supplies independent adjustable settings.
It’s been a little while since I heard anything about DACs from this company but the Kula 32bit DAC (also used by the Tambaqui stand-alone unit) features five digital inputs including USB, optical, AES, Roon-ready endpoint and Bluetooth.
A remote is an option but you can use an app too.
Spanning 420 x 110 x 370mm the Mola Mola Kula weighs in at 11kg. The amplifier is priced at £9,999, the DAC is an extra £5,999 while the phono stage option is £1,799.
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