Goldmund Telos 300 Power Amplifier Launched

Posted on 9th June, 2021

Goldmund Telos 300 Power Amplifier Launched

Swiss high-end audio brand Goldmund has announced its new Telos 300 power amplifier.

Goldmund's Telos 300 is a class AB stereo power amp that boasts an output of 450W (2 x 225 Wrms on 8 Ω / 1 % THD) using the company's latest generation of Telos amplification tech.

The Telos 300 takes its illustrious predecessor, the Telos 280, as its inspiration. However, the newcomer is said to sport an improved power supply “for more sustained low frequencies.”

Goldmund Telos 300

Additionally, we are reliably informed that components were adjusted at all amplification stages to reduce harmonic distortion in the high frequencies with Goldmund quoting THD+N, unloaded: < 0.04 % from 20 Hz to 20 kHz at 20 Vrms output. Furthermore, these upgrades were also to improve linearity and guarantee the fidelity of the musical message even further.

Finally, amplifier protection has been enhanced, including a timer that opens its outputs when overloaded, says the manufacturer.

Goldmund Telos 300

Naturally, Goldmund says that the 15kg Telos 300 is the perfect companion for its Mimesis 27.8 or Mimesis 37S NextGen preamplifier or any other preamp from its lineage. However, we dare say that the Telos 300 will probably do a decent job with other similarly equipped components from different brands, too. While we're talking about connectivity, the Telos 300 has a pair of speaker cable binding posts, as well as a brace each of RCA and XLR input ports.

The Goldmund Telos 300 is available to order now at a UK RRP of £13,000.

Visit Goldmund for more information


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