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Flying Mole Adds 4 New Amplifier And Power Supply BoardsLine of digital amplifiers on display at CEDIA Booth #46 (August 31, 2005)
Flying Mole Corporation of Hamamatsu, Japan continues to explore new frontiers in the application of digital technology for sound reproduction. Apart from its earlier (June, 2005) announcement of its ultra-mini 2 x 30W amplifier, APS-S30a, the company is expanding its variety of amplifier and power supply options by introducing 4 more power boards.
At 8 long x 4 wide x 1-3/8 in height, weighing a mere 16 oz., the APS-S75a and APS-S125 are powered by Flying Moles patented Bi-Phase Fusion technology, and are rated at 75W x 2ch and 125W x 2ch respectively. This new circuitry also allows the boards to run at maximum power for impedances of 8 or 4 or 2 ohms. They are also compatible for BTL or bridged connections. For more power, available soon will be the APS-M310 and APS-M510, rated at 1ch x 300W or 1ch x 500W, weighing in at just 33 oz.
To view informational flyers on each of Flying Moles Proprietary Digital Amplifiers visit:
Digital Power Amplifier Board - APS-M310 (Data sheet)
Digital Power Amplifier Board - APS-S30a (Data sheet)
Digital Power Amplifier Module - APS-M160IIG (Data sheet)
Digital Power Amplifier Board - APS-S125 (Data sheet)
About Flying Mole
Established in November of 2000, the year of the millennia, Flying Mole Corporation is a think-tank of high-tech engineers specialized in the development of custom electronics.
The firm consists of top-class engineers with an entrepreneurial spirit who left major manufacturers where they, individually, had 20 or more years of experience. Our engineers were responsible for developing a wide range of electronics and introducing a great number of the most advanced products. With "Resolution Revolution" as our motto, it is our business philosophy to develop products viable for the 21st Century. Products which are in harmony with nature and environmentally friendly.
Established in June, 2004 in the State of California, Flying Mole Electronics Corporation is the U.S. subsidiary of Flying Mole Corporation based in Hamamatsu, Japan.
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