The Swiss company Goldmund has presented a two-channel power amplifier Telos 300. The novelty, according to the idea of its creators, is primarily intended to complement the Mimesis 27.8 or Mimesis 37S NextGen preamps – by the way, like any other preamps from the Goldmund portfolio and not only. The amplifier is ready to receive an input signal to both balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (RCA) inputs.
The manufacturer has promised the latest generation Telos technology in the device. With them, the amplifier will give out honest 2×225 watts to the speakers with an impedance of 8 ohms. At this maximum power, THD reaches only 1%, and without load this parameter for the Telos 300 is better than 0.04% in the entire audible range.
There is also a load connection delay timer integrated into the protection system – according to Goldmund, it is significantly improved in the Telos 300. The design of the amplifier is as laconic as possible. On the front panel there is only a logo plate, a power button and LED indication. On the back there is nothing but signal and power inputs with an input voltage selector and speaker cable terminals.
The Goldmund Telos 300 amplifier is now available for pre-order. In the UK, it was priced at £ 13,000.