The Thesis γ (gamma) stereo power amplifier is the most athletic member of the family. With great effort, we have succeeded to squeeze two Thesis-class Transcap
module into one rather tiny, but chunky metal chassis. Its wall-to-wall transistor array supplies tremendous energy for two channels of music, without the slightest feeling of necessity.
For being a Transcap-technology stereo power amplifier, the Thesis γ has an extermely good overall transient response. The percussion instruments sound vividly and
life-like, providing the essential base of music. While all other instruments and vocals brillare in their place, together they create a concert-like atmosphere, where you can feel the wink of
the musicans when they make an upbeat of a new measure.
– Transcap – output capacitor technology for unique musical abilities
– massive power delivery up to 2×110 Watts
– excellent impedance handling down to 1.6 Ohms
– oversized components and solid design for reliability
The thesis ω (omega) monobloc power amplifier is an RC-coupled device in true Heed fashion that drives loudspeakers in a similar way to valve power amplifiers, but
without their inherent problems related to the vacuum tube. Despite certain topological similarities to its valve counterparts, the Thesis ω is best described as a quintessentially solid-state
power amp that successfully gets around the often sterile, lifeless sound of most solid-state devices. We believe that connecting amplifiers to speakers by RC- instead of the prevalent
DC-coupling results in a much more natural, less “cropped” decay of tones. Freed from all containments, we could achieve a no-compromise implementation of the Transcap topology in the Thesis
With its very generously sized power supply, unlike valve amplifiers, it is also extremely stable even into the most difficult loads – continuous power delivery up
to 160W or capability of driving loads down to 1.6 Ohm speak for themselves. It is capable of driving all kind of sensible speakers.
In short, the thesis ω power amplifier epitomises an almost alchemical synergy of solid-state stability and the finesse and “live” magic usually achieved only by
300B triodes in valve amplification.