As a rule, the more powerful your amplifier, the better control it will have on your speakers. The amplifier controls the speakers in two ways: in giving them enough power to produce a high quality and undistorted sound, but it also controls the drivers better and prevents them to produce sound of themselves. This is especially true for low frequencies when drivers tend to move back and forth, producing unwanted sound that affects the purity of the signal.
With Telos amplification technology, a considerable reduction of the intermodulation has been achieved by improving the linearity of all stages and by considerably decreasing the time distortion. Based on the Goldmund Leonardo research program, the Telos uses a higher bandwidth circuit with minimal group delay distortion inside the audio bandwidth.
Telos amplifier input circuitry now includes the lastest version of Alize Digital/Analog converter circuits. This improves coupling with Goldmund Universal Preamplifiers. Separate input and output stages prevent feedback between high and low current circuits and improve mechanical grounding.
One of the most important sonic improvements provided by the new Telos circuit is its « driver control ». Obtained by lowering the output impedance of the amplifier to an extreme degree, it provides a much higher quality of micro-dynamics and helps large woofers to overshoot resulting in boomy bass.
Telos amplifies the audio signal with incomparable purity and transparency whatever the volume, without distortion.