Audia’s Design Strategy is Brilliant in its Simplicity.
An amplifier circuit should add nothing to the input devices sonic signature. It should be purely neutral in its amplification.
To do this, Audia developed a radically new circuit design. One that exploits a Current Feedback, rather than the usual voltage feedback.
Thus amplification is of the transimpedance kind (and, therefore, extremely linear) so the feedback is closed before the output stage.
The outcome consists of very fast, stable circuits with a strong ability to control even the wildest reactive load. Audia also spent a lot of energy looking for first class components, both for quality and performance: Clean signal paths. Unique transformers.
The result? While a word that is tired and often misused, the Audia approach is Superb once you hear it. It has shocked us with its performance. It surprises us at its incredible value. We can only compare it to units costing many times its price.