is very common when the audio system is playing music. No matter how much power the amplifier can output, as long as it is
applied to a higher power area, music playback will trigger the acoustic resonance of the audio room. This reduces the clarity
of the sound and disturbs other rooms, making the family feel annoying. The problem is that the power amplifier (after being
matched with the loudspeaker) has a kind of distortion that we call Dynamic Nonlinear Expansion.
The amplifier has this
distortion, when it is used in conjunction with the loudspeaker, it can only maintain a linear electrical/acoustic conversion
in a certain area of lower power output. Leaving this area, the linearity of the electrical/acoustic conversion will produce
serious distortion and cause the dynamics of the sound to expand. As the power output increases, this expansion will increase
exponentially and nonlinearly. When the frequency of the playing sound matches the resonance frequency of the room, it will
trigger and enhance the acoustic resonance of the sound room. In the same way, the box sound of the speaker will be enhanced
due to this distortion.
The E-100 power amplifier solves this problem. Using E-100, the audio system can reduce or even
eliminate the acoustic resonance caused by Dynamic Nonlinear Expansion, and can significantly reduce the speaker box sound.
Use E-100 to play music, control the volume, just feel that the distance between us and the band is changing, while the emotional
state and tone of the sound remain unchanged.
E-100 is a low-power version of HEAVEN 1.0. E-100 retains the excellent drive performance of HEAVEN 1.0 to the maximum and provides higher cost performance. The output
power of E-100 is sufficient to drive most speakers on the market.
The excellent performance of Heavenly Sound E-100
brought Jimmy Saxon's biggest surprise at CES (The Best surprise at CES......the incredibly lively sound), and give it a thumbs up: Heavenly Sound E-100 Wins a special Jimmy Award for Most Exciting Amplifier Design in Show.
Here, we want to correct a misunderstanding. The two E-100s at CES are just ordinary two-channel amplifiers. They
do not have a built-in crossover (Renaissance’s two-way Prelude speakers only have a pair of binding posts, and it cannot
be used with by-Amp). In the equipment materials released by CES, we introduced that the E-100 can have a built-in crossover
to obtain better sound quality. This unexpectedly caused some misunderstandings.
- Full Balanced Design
- Automatic temperature protection
- Two transformers and 5 independent power supplies for each unit
- Ultra-low noise design