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Theta Digital showcases latest high performance AV components

Californian company Theta Digital has showcased its latest high-performance AV components at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014.

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The new components include the Casablanca IV Music and Cinema Controller – the latest version of the company's preamplifier/processor.

Advanced features of the new Casablanca model include a Dirac Live 96K digital room correction, a 192kHz post processing board and Theta's Jitter Jail II anti-jitter technology.

Theta's first Class D amplifiers – the Prometheus Monoblock Amplifiers – are the result of a collaboration between the company's chief engineer Dave Reich and Bruno Putzeys of Hypex.

The Compli Blu 3D Digital Transport (above) – optimised for digital playback and with no analogue outputs – and California Audio Technologies Custom Speaker system complete the line-up of new components.

Theta's new range of high-performance AV components will be distributed in the UK by Absolute Sounds.

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by Pete Hayman

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