Taipei, Taiwan., 6 April, 2023 – Elytone, a leading supplier of high-quality, custom audio solutions and magnetic components, announces the launch of a new division, Peak Amplification, focused on high-power, high-performance amplification products for the audio industry.
Peak Amplification is starting operations immediately. The new division will provide high power, highly efficient amplification products focused on Professional, Consumer, and Commercial audio applications. The small form factors and efficient power of Peak Amplification products will support a wide range of products from highly accurate and detailed studio monitors to high power, high performance professional amplifiers. The core team will present the new line up of products and provide a listening demonstration at 2023 NAMM.
Peak Amplification is launching a complete line of “Integrated” amplification products with units already in manufacturing and shipping immediately. The portfolio consists of several amplifier series, each tailored to different performance, price and power ranges, intended for different product applications. The portfolio will be expanded with an additional line of products slated for later this year.
“Establishing Peak Amplification as a new division means we will have a dedicated team focused on developing, selling, and supporting these new amplification products,” said Brent Chou, CEO of Elytone Electronics. “Though this is a new product line, Peak Amplification builds on decades of experience in amplification design and manufacturing for our global customers, and has Elytone’s quality control, safety, and certifications behind all the products.”
Albert Yong, Vice President of Audio/OEM at Elytone added, “We are excited to launch a complete line of amplification products immediately, with common design that will allow the modules to support a full portfolio of products for our customers. We will have even more flexible products coming later this year, and we are exploring new technologies for greater power and efficiency in the future.’