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New Acurus and Aragon models demonstrated by Indy Audio Labs at CES 2013

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Acurus_A2000_amplifiers_stack_small.jpgAcurus and Aragon, brands of Indianapolis-based Indy Audio Labs, just presented the newest models from each product line at CES 2013. On active demo were the new Acurus lineup of THX Ultra2T certified, Ethernet-enabled amplifiers (A2002, A2005 and A2007), along with the new Aragon line of single and dual monoblocks, the Iridium and 8008.

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Aragon is the flagship line for Indy Audio Labs. Aragon metalwork is precision-machined in Indianapolis Indiana by some of the same machine shops that provide precision racecar parts to teams from around the world. Aragon circuitry is also assembled in Indiana using state-of-the-art manufacturing processes. The circuitry is updated but based heavily on the prior designs, preserving its reputation for driving nearly any loudspeaker load with authority and transparency.

Acurus is positioned to be a high-value line for both entry-level 2-channel and modern home theater applications. All Acurus models feature the same low-distortion, robust, fully-discrete amplifier designs that Acurus owners have enjoyed since 1993. The new models include enhanced power supplies that allow the amplifiers to meet or exceed more than 500 bench tests required to achieve THX Ultra2 certification.

Both the Aragon and Acurus lines share Indy Audio Labs proprietary web-based control technology designed to ease system integration, simplify system control and allow for direct control using mobile devices.

All models are available in worldwide voltage configurations for immediate delivery.

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