Acurus designs products with renowned audio performance and is a premium custom integration channel brand for applications such as home theater, multipurpose media rooms and distributed audio installations.
“The superior engineering of the Acurus brand lives boldly in its immersive processors, preamplifiers and amplifiers,” says Ted Moore, CTO and co-founder of Acurus/Aragon, brands under the Indy Audio Labs umbrella.
Headquartered in the Midwest as the parent company name suggests, Acurus designs, engineers and builds audio components that are characterized by what Moore describes as “high-performance, authenticity, modern aesthetics, rock-solid construction and intuitive operation.”
The “Made in the U.S.A.” products hold a unique, proprietary blend of the latest technologies in audio, system setup and control — creating perfectly balanced solutions for any demanding home installation, Moore explains. Having won global awards and reviewer accolades (including from CE Pro), Acurus can help custom integrators deliver the pinnacle of contemporary audio.
Integrators Can Employ Acurus ASPEQT Room Calibration Kit
The Acurus processor line is equipped with the latest Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio decoding and processing with up-to-date HDMI support.
Using these processors, in combination with the ASPEQT Room Calibration Kit, the company’s proprietary acoustic optimization system, integrators have a total formula for success when installing and calibrating any demanding modern home cinema.
For home theater power, look no further than Acurus’ line of amplifiers in either a Class A/B or Class D configuration. In excess of 200 watts per channel (all channels driven), the Acurus A2000 Series or compact M8 amplifiers produce loads of sweet, clean power for any power-hungry home cinema install.
“Whether your need is power, performance, flexibility, durability or upgradeability, Acurus products deliver the experience your customers are looking for in a home cinema,” Moore says.
Learn more about Acurus audio products at acurusav.com.
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