Indy Audio Labs, owner of the high-performance brands Aragon and
Acurus, announced a new 2-channel class A/B, 200W dual-monoblock amplifier, the Titanium. Based on the time-tested Aragon 8008 platform, the Titanium provides a no-holds-barred approach to sonic reproduction with its ability to drive loudspeakers possessing the most challenging impedance curves on the market, whilst maintaining absurdly low distortion and noise. Full of richness and depth, the Titanium brings out reproduction details that leave lesser amplifiers wanting.

Along with the new Titanium, the 400W Iridium is the flagship high-bias, class A/B differential monoblock amplifier from Aragon. The Iridium evokes the beauty and rarity that its namesake metal demands. Both amplifiers include features in their core architecture which take these precision instruments to new heights of performance and authenticity, with lower THD+N, enhanced thermal balancing, and augmented power capabilities. The amplifiers are equipped to operate stand-alone or in concert with a modern control system.

The Titanium and Iridium amplifiers form the foundation for Aragon’s new “Elements Collection”, a distinctive group of products that focus squarely on world-class 2-channel listening in home and professional environments alike. These products, all related by their industrial design, sonic heritage, and extraordinary power capabilities include two amplifiers and a forthcoming preamplifier in the near future.

“The Titanium represents the pinnacle in 2-channel amplification in a single chassis from Aragon. It is one of the only truly balanced, truly discrete, and genuinely American-made powerhouse amplifiers on the market today.” says Ted Moore, CTO of Indy Audio Labs, Aragon’s parent company, “When we release the third piece of The Elements Collection, our customers will have a complete Aragon audio solution that will give them a uniquely emotional listening experience. Our goal was to create a special and complete group of audio products that will endure and be worthy of collecting, all the while producing some of the most visceral and transformative listening experiences found in the high-performance 2 channel audiophile world.”

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