Colin Wonfor the Technical Director at Tellurium Q is well known in hifi circles for the IncaTech Claymore amp from the OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA80s. In this long awaited review Stuart Smith takes a listen to the Claymore for the 21st Century.

“I’m used to listening with just 20 Watts of Class A from Tellurium Q’s Iridium amp but I have to say I really enjoyed having the extra power on tap, though I struggled to turn the volume knob much past 10 o’clock (and I do listen pretty loud) with the 95db Mummys. With the little Q Acoustics Concept 20s (possibly a more realistic partnering) there’s a real feeling that the Claymore has grabbed the speakers firmly and is taking control of them to get the best from them.”

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