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Aaudio Imports Intros Aaron Amps Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
ImageAaudio Imports, who you'll likely find listed first in the phone book when you're looking for audio importers, has introduced four new amplifiers and one preamp brought over from Aaron of Germany.  Aaron's No. 1.a Integrated Amplifier is the successor to the No. 1 amplifer.  It's a two channel amp that delivers 95 watts of power per channel at eight ohms, and with a THD of 0.0127 percent.  Like all of Aaron's amps, it's slick looking and is available in silver, Aaron's own Night-Black shade, or in other colors for an additional charge.  You'll be able to pick up the No 1.a for $5,500.

The No.3 Millennium Amplifier is designed for power.  It shoots out 100 watts per channel at eight ohms and with a 0.0087 percent THD.   Unlike the No.1 a amplifier, it doesn't feature a volume control or LCD display.  It's got a minimalistic look, but it's been created to pump out live sounding music like no other.  You can snag this one for $3,950.

For movies, Aaron has introduced the No. 33 Cineast amplifier.  It's a three channel amp that's designed "to make listeners' hair stand on end."   It's got the same stats power wise as the No.3 amp, as well as a trio of gold plated RCA jacks.  It comes in at $5,500.

The Cineast amplifier is designed to work in tandem with the No. 22 Cineast preamp, which can act as the center piece of your surround system.  It's got a decibel specific volume control, a milled aluminum remote and six RCA inputs at a price of $3,900.

Finally, Aaron has introduced the XX Anniversary amp.  It's designed for music and includes six inputs for CD players, record players and whatever else you need to hook in.  It's even got a preamp output for bi-amping.  The XX Anniversary comes in at $3,200, with a  price of $400 for the optional remote control.

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