Published On: January 15, 2012

Theta Digital Releases Prometheus Monobloc Amplifier

Published On: January 15, 2012
Last Updated on: October 31, 2020
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Theta Digital Releases Prometheus Monobloc Amplifier

Theta Digital has brought the company's new monobloc amplifier to the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. The new amplifier is called the Prometheus and the specifications for it are impressive.

Theta Digital Releases Prometheus Monobloc Amplifier

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Theta-Prometheus-mono-amp.jpgTheta Digital introduces its new monobloc amplifier at CES 2012.

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The new amplifier, named Prometheus, is rated at 250 watts RMS full-band into 8 ohms, 500 watts RMS full-band into 4 ohms and 1,000 watts RMS full-band into 2 ohms all with less than 0.01% THD. Signal-to-noise ratio exceeds 128 dB, frequency response is +0, -.5 dB from 20 Hz to 20 kHz at any impedance and damping factor exceeds 2,500 from 0 Hz to 20 kHz.

Prometheus is Theta's first class D amplifier. According to Jeff Hipps, Theta Digital's SR VP for Sales and Marketing, "Theta's motto has always been, 'Digital Done Right'. Our first CD players forced discerning listeners to revise their opinions about CD playback. I predict Prometheus will have the same effect on amplification."

Priced at $6,000 each or $12,000 per pair, Prometheus will be available in titanium or ebony color in April, 2012.

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