The award-winning HYPERION is a fully discrete, true balanced, class AB power amplifier. The power output rated at conservative 80W per channel into 8ohms, 150W into 4ohms (both channels driven, rms). The 300VA power transformer is custom-made for audio with copper shield. 18 pieces of large reservoir capacitors (147,600uF) and fast switching action schottky diode, supplying more than adequate DC power rails to the modular power amplifier. True balanced input are being amplified (both +ve and -ve signal w.r.t gnd) by the modular power amplifier circuitry. Each channel is equipped with 4 pairs of output transistors.
The Hyperion is a damn fine power amplifier. It has an agreeable sound, solid power delivery and build quality that puts competitors to shame. The Hyperion should ideally be paired with a balanced preamplifier. Second, speaker level subwoofer integration should be ruled out. Finally, the Hyperion will pay the greatest sonic dividend when paired with higher-end speakers. So, it may not be the best first amplifier recommendation for those with entry or mid level speakers, but, for many, the Hyperion could easily be a final amplifier.
Output Power: 80w RMS per channel into 8ohms
Frequency Response: 10-80kHz（-2.2dB）
S/N Ratio: 125dB
Dynamic Range: >121dB
Stereo Crosstalk: -110dB
AC Power Requirement: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz (Worldwide Voltage)
Power Consumption: 35W (Idle), 234W (Operational)
Dimension: 320W x 380D x 100H mm (Feet +18mm)
Weight: 16.5 Kg