D’Amore Engineering led by Tony D’Amore is launching its first car audio amplifier during CES this week.
It uses Class A topology and is designed to create the most faithful reproduction of the audio signal possible, said D’amore.
The A1500.2, is a two channel stereo amplifier rated at 325 watts RMS per channel into 4 Ohms and 900 Watts RMS per channel into 1 Ohm. D’Amore claims it provides better stereo separation and imaging than traditional stereo amplifiers.
He said, ”In an effort to provide the very best signal to noise ratio and lowest distortion possible, 109 dB (A-weighted) and <.002% THD+N (when operated in Class A) respectively, the amplifier utilizes a Mirror Image Design with positive and negative output signals of each channel generated using identically mirrored circuitry. Each of the two channels is also a mirror image of the other.”
The A1500.2 also lets you select between running the amp in Class AB or in True Class A mode.
D’Amore said, “The execution of Class A topology is unlike anything that has been done in a mobile application to date, offering a realism and truth to the source never before available from a mobile power amplifier.”
The amplifier is on display at the Orleans Hotel during CES. Contact (480) 612-4741 for an appointment.