Multi-Channel Amplifier

AuroraMulti-Channel Amplifier

The Aurora was a more affordable alternative to the Titan.

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Launched in 2002, Discontinued in 2010

The Aurora was available in configurations of both 5 and 7 channels. This state-of-the-art multi-channel power amplifier represented a less expensive alternative to the Titan and was the perfect mate for any high-performance surround processor. Using technologies found in our other MOON series power amplifiers, the Aurora was capable of producing a high-current output signal to a maximum power rating of 200 watts per channel into 8 ohms and 400 watts per channel into 4 ohms.

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Technical aspects

A 12 Volt trigger for remote operations
"Rack mount ready" faceplate with removable aluminum cheeks
Extremely fast circuitry yielding real-time amplification
An oversized power supply
Custom proprietary toroidal transformer design with lower magnetic, electrical and thermal loss,
yielding an improved power transfer and lower regulation factor. The result is increased current
speed and better dynamics
Fully balanced circuitry up to the output stage
Class A output to 5 watts for greater efficiency
Precision matched Bipolar output devices which offer superb linearity throughout the entire
audio frequency spectrum
A high damping factor yielding superior musical dynamics, improved signal speed and refined
timbre accuracy
Virtually non-existent inter-modulation distortion
A very short capacitor-free signal path for a faster transient response
Accurate matching of the very finest high quality electronic components
PCB w/ pure copper tracings & gold plating that yields low impedance characteristics
Stable to any known speaker impedance
Extremely rigid chassis construction to minimize the effects of external vibrations
A symmetrical circuit design
Designed to be powered up at all times for optimal performance
Low operating temperature to ensure a longer than normal life expectancy.

Magazine reviews

 HDTV etc.   (USA)  Manoj Motwani, M.D.  Oct/Nov 2004, Vol.2 #4
 Home Theater Magazine   (USA)  Chris Lewis  November 2003   (www)  Roger Kanno  February 2004   (www)