NAMM 2019: New Amp For Your Auratones

US TransAudio Group debut Auratone's new A2-30 amplifier      28/01/19

NAMM 2019: New Amp For Your Auratones


TransAudio Group, U.S. distributor of professional recording equipment, has debuted the new Auratone A2-30 amplifier.

Purpose-built to complement the legendary TECnology Hall of Fame Auratone 5C Super Sound Cube reference monitors, the A2-30 amplifier powers two 8 Ohm loudspeakers at 30W each. TransAudio Groupsays that, like the 5C Super Sound Cubes, the A2-30 amplifier is full of heart but intentionally short on bells and whistles – nothing but a power switch, a status LED, and pro-grade I/O.
 
Brad Lunde, founder and president of TransAudio Group, told us, “In addition to sounding beautifully neutral and giving the 5C Super Cubes every opportunity to raise auditory ‘red flags’ when aspects of a mix aren’t sitting right – which is obviously its most important characteristic – the Auratone A2-30 amplifier looks really cool. It’s the exact same size and shape as a 5C Super Sound Cube!  We’ll have a unit on hand at NAMM for visitors to check out, and we expect to start shipping shortly after NAMM ends.”

 Pricing and Availability:
The Auratone A2-30 will be sold in the U.S. bundled with a pair of 5C Super Sound Cube Monitors for $669 MAP.

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