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Canada's Simaudio, manufacturer of highly regarded amplifiers, introduced its appropriately named Titan multi-channel power amplifier. The Titan can be configured for 2 to 7 channels ($4,500 plus), delivering 200 watts-per-channel into 8 ohms (400 watts into 4 ohms), and remaining stable down to 1 ohm. Accepting RCA and balanced connections, each amp module has its own circuit board and heat sink; two massive transformers are shared among all channels. Each channel accepts RCA or balanced inputs. Internal circuitry is a fully differential balanced topology up to the output stage, reports Simaudio's U.S. National Sales Manager, Costa Koulisakis.

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A window into Simaudio quality amplifier design, as reflected in the company's Moon W-5 two-channel amplifier ($5,000). With its separate transformers, power supplies, and bi-polar output devices, the W-5 dual mono, balanced differential amplifiers share only a power cord and external chassis. The W-5 produces 190 watts per channel into 8 ohms. []

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Sherbourn Technologies P7/1000
Sherbourn Technologies 5/1500A
DTS In-Car Audio Demonstration
DTS Multimedia Demonstration
Philips Pronto Remote Controls
Philips DVD+RW Recorders
Simaudio Titan & W-5 Amplifiers
WAVAC Audio Lab Model HE-833
conrad-johnson PV-12L & 17LS
conrad-johnson GAT
Quad ESL-989 & Verity Audio Tamino
Avantgarde Acoustic Duo & Uno
NHT Evolution Loudspeakers
NHT Evolution Theory & Design
Joseph Audio Loudspeakers
PS Audio Ultimate Lab Power Cable
PS Audio Power Director & Juice Bar
PS Audio Classic 250 & HCA-1 Amps
Morel Applause & Octave
Anthony Gallo Acoustics Due
Miller & Kreisel Multi-Platform
Miller & Kreisel Column Surrounds
Lamm Industries L2 Reference
Vacuum Tube Logic TL 2.5.1
McCormack Audio MAP-1 Processor
Cary Audio CAD-88 Amplifier
Toshiba Blue Laser Prototype
Draper Revelation & Hi-Def Gray
NHT Evolution Subwoofers
Von Schweikert Audio dB-99


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