At $42,000, Dan D’Agostino’s Momentum amplifier is petite and green


A new company’s first new product targets folks with an ear for deep sound and deeper pockets. Dan D’Agostino has launched the Momentum monoblock amplifier that sports a tag of $42,000 for a pair. Compact size is this amp’s USP and hence justifies the price as in the electronics world, the trend is that the smaller the device, the higher the cost. Standing just four inches tall, it is rated at 300 watts into 8 ohms, 600 watts into 4 ohms, and 1,200 watts into 2 ohms. This monoblock amp boasts of a green feather, too, as it draws less than 1 watt of power in standby mode. This is highly appreciated as the other high-powered amplifiers in the market criminally suck about 100 watts or more in standby. The petit structure is to lure consumers with its good looks, but it is shaped such due to the cooling technology that uses efficient copper heat sinks with venturi cooling. All set to hit the shelves and the media corner of your den, these Momentum amps will be available before the year ends, which is just in time for the festive season.


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