Pure PS Audio DNA is now available in a lower-priced line!
Boulder, CO: 2/13/2017: PS Audio is proud to introduce the Stellar line of components, continuing our four decade tradition of ultra-high-value, high performance products. Stellar will initially consist of three models:
• Stellar S300 Stereo Amplifier combines a Class-A Analog Cell input stage with a high-power Class-D output stage. Warmth and slam in one product, with 300 watts/ch into 4 ohms. MSRP $1,499 in the US.Full details here.
• Stellar M700 Mono Amplifier combines the Class-A Analog Cell with an even more powerful Class-D output stage: 700 watts (into 4 ohms) of spectacularly rich sound that will drive any speaker made. MSRP $1,499/unit, $2,998/pair in the US. Full details here.
The PS Audio engineering team of Paul McGowan, Chief Engineer Bob Stadtherr, and Development Engineer Darren Myers pooled what they'd learned from developing the cutting-edge BHK Signature and DirectStream products, updated Gain Cell and Analog Cell technologies, added the latest-gen Class-D technology, and voiced them to meet stringent PS Audio standards.
"Even the most critical listeners will be shocked by just how good these products sound," said CEO Paul McGowan. "We listened to them for hours on our reference Infinity IRS system, and even though I have access to our state of the art products, I can be happy with the Stellar components. They really ARE Stellar."
The Gain Cell DAC and S300 Stereo Amplifier are currently undergoing beta testing, and will ship to distributors, dealers, and reviewers in March, 2017. The M700 Mono Amplifier will undergo beta in March, and will ship to distributors, dealers, and reviewers in April, 2017. More products will be added to the Stellar line in due time.
About PS Audio: Founded in 1973, PS Audio has a worldwide following and a reputation for designing and manufacturing innovative, high-value, leading-edge audio products. Our design and core manufacturing facilities are in Boulder, Colorado, at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. While our engineering staff is second to none, PS is not constrained by NIH Syndrome: recent products have included design input from industry gurus Ted Smith and Bascom H. King.