updated 10:56 pm EDT, Wed April 17, 2013
Device intended for use with computers, portable equipment
Boutique audio devise manufacturer Orb Audio announced today the launch of an all-new Mini-T, the company's micro-sized Class T amplifier designed for use with computers, televisions, iPods and most mobile devices. The new Mini-T is even smaller than the original Mini-T, and features a new glossy black cabinet, improved signal path design, and the first dedicated subwoofer output available in the device's class.
The new Mini-T allows consumers to use home speakers instead of resorting to cheaply designed self-powered speakers. The device can be paired with speakers already found in the consumer's home, or can also be combined with Orb Audio's Mod1 and Mod2 speakers.
The amplifier delivers 15W per channel, at a 0.04 percent distortion. Efficiency hits 88 percent, with a dynamic range of 102dB.
Mini-T version 2 amplifiers are available as a standalone product for $69. The Mini-T can also be purchased in a package with two Orb Mod1 speakers for $299.