No 532H is identical to its stable mates and possesses the same trademark sound Mark Levinson amps are known for. The No 532H’s midrange is rich, full-bodied and a touch laid back while its bass remains taut, controlled and deep. High frequencies are airy and sparkle with a sort of analog-like flare to them while never becoming fatiguing even at high volumes. The No 532H is a truly unflappable amplifier, falling somewhere in the middle between the dark, lush sound . One area where the No 532H parts with tradition is in its dynamic presentation, which is far more exciting and nimble than previous Mark Levinson designs. Also the No 532H’s soundstage is also more open versus recessed and dark as was the case with previous designs as well.
Solid-state, dual-mono power amplifier. Inputs: 1 pair unbalanced (RCA), 1 pair balanced (XLR). Outputs: 2 pairs of binding posts. Output power at 0.5% distortion into 8 ohms: 300Wpc RMS, 20Hz–20kHz (24.8dBW).