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Monday, 24 February 2003 ,  Written by
Canada’s Classé Audio, long known for state-of-the-art, cost-no-object sound reproduction has just introduced their new Omega Omicron Mono Power Amp. The Omega Mono power amplifier features a towering, single-channel, vertical design that delivers as much as 3 kilowatts to real-world loudspeaker loads, able to extract unequalled dynamics and detail from the most demanding recordings, even when driving the most difficult of loudspeaker loads. The Omega Omicron Mono is the result of many hundreds of hours of critical listening tests performed to evaluate circuit components, layout topologies, and overall designs. Even the form and composition of Classé’s multi-layer circuit-board resulted from extensive listening evaluations.
Wednesday, 09 October 2002 ,  Written by
Amplifier Technologies, Incorporated [ATI], is introducing five new models with 20 configurations to its line of US designed and US built multi-channel power amplifiers: AT3000 series, AT2000 series, AT1800 series, AT1202 and AT602. Designed specifically for the custom installer, these amplifiers offer features that enhance performance, sound quality and reliability.
Thursday, 29 August 2002 ,  Written by
Parasound has introduced its highly-anticipated 400-watt JC 1 monoblock power amplifier as the flagship amplifier for its new Halo line of premium audio components. With impressive current reserves, the amplifier delivers 800 Watts into 4 Ohms, and 1200 Watts into 2 Ohm loads. This extremely powerful component was developed by Parasound in collaboration with legendary designer John Curl’s CTC Builders, and represents the culmination of 13 years of Curl's ongoing evolution of Parasound power amplifier topologies. Formed in 1998, CTC Builders consists of John Curl handling electrical design, board and layout design by Carl Thompson, and Bob Crump's component selection and implementation. The trio has developed a number of products, including the CTC Blowtorch preamplifier and the CTC BBQ amplifier.
Tuesday, 22 January 2002 ,  Written by
Conrad-johnson will celebrate its 25th year with the introduction of a very special limited edition component, the Grand Anniversary Triode Amplifier (GAT), along with two other entirely new power amplifiers. In order to mark 20 years in the industry, conrad-johnson delivered the ART Preamplifier in 1997. The ART quickly established itself as one of the most critically acclaimed audio products ever, and remains the standard of performance. In celebration of 25 years conrad-johnson is targeting a similar power amplifier design with another limited edition Anniversary product, the Grand Anniversary Triode Amplifier.
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