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what our customers are saying...

 "I must say, everyone who hears my ACT 4 is blown away. It really is very impressive. My room now sounds amazing, Rick. What a fantastic unit. My sound is just sublime. I have had a Marantz 8802 with Dirac 88a, Anthem avm60, and Arcam 860 in the last year. The step up just phenomenal."

- Peter G., ACT 4 customer


"I certainly am impressed with the ACT 4 prepro... The layout and design is awesome and intuitive to function."

- Mark, ACT 4 customer


"Sounds amazing! Finally hooked it up and started listening. Blows the Marantz away!"

- Ryan M., A2007 dealer

"It is amazingly better than my Marantz Pre-amp."

- Ryan M., ACT 4 dealer

I recently purchased a Acurus Aries. Fell in love with it instantly! I also had a proud moment when my fiancee and my daughter (who thinks Music Angel protable speakers are high-end) were amazed by the huge leap in sound quality over my old NAD 2x150W amplifier."

- Kent R., Aries customer


I am really enjoying it!"

- Dawne, Acurus A2002 customer


"I am absolutely delighted... I am using a seven-channel Acurus A2007"

- Bernal, Acurus A2007 customer


what the professionals are saying...

"Its performance is superb, its flexibility is unparalleled at this price, and it's beautifully built, to boot."

- Dennis Burger, Residential Systems, May 2017

"I was very pleased with the performance of the Acurus A2002. I was recording a large orchestral score for a video game which had a big dynamic range. The low end was very solid and the transients were crisp and powerful. The top end was pure and I could really hear the room reverb the way that I like to hear it. I'm very familiar with the Tannoy 10" Speakers and I enjoyed listening to them through the Acurus A2002. I would highly recommend this amp to the discerning listener."

- Dan Blessinger, Grammy-winning recording engineer, March 2014

If you're looking for a very dynamic sounding home theater amplifier that will drive the four ohm loudspeakers that make your AVR choke, give the Acurus amplifiers a chance to show you what they can do."

- Doug Blackburn, Widescreen Review, November 2013

 "Value Indeed -- Indy Audio Labs has indeed held up their end, when they say that Acurus is a “value” brand.  At a mere $2,499, I can’t recommend it highly enough to those with a reasonably priced system, where budget still is an object – yet great sound is a priority.  The build is solid, and an exercise in elegant simplicity.  The sound of the A2002 has really put my modest system into a whole new category, making it a lot of fun to listening to both old and new music in my collection all over again."

- Todd Sageser, Tone Audio Magazine, July 2012                                                 


"The Acurus A2005 amp is a super deal for that price ($3499 MSRP). I love the sounds great with music, and if it sounds great with music it should be killer with home theater. The power is pretty effortless too, it plays like it is much more powerful than its ratings would lead you to believe."

- Robert Archer, Senior Editor, CE Pro Magazine, June 2012


"Indy Audio Labs has remained true to its roots.  The Acurus A2002 is a worthy successor to the Mondial Designs Acurus A200.  With a dead silent transformer, and what seemed like unlimited power reserves, the A2002 was able to drive the 90db sensitive B&W 683s to deafening levels with no hint of distortion, yet at normal listening levels provided a nuanced presentation that made the music always engaging.  Extremely well built, it will survive several rounds of upgrades of other components in your system."

- Frank Berryman, Ultra High-End Review, May 2012


“I got the opportunity to try the Acurus 2007 in my theatre last night… WOW!… It is a very musical amp, especially for a product that is a home theatre power amp. And I am using [loudspeakers] that are difficult to drive too.”

- Mark Hamilton, Custom Integrator, Australia, Mar 2012


"Running the A2002 through it's paces with a number of difference loudspeakers... proved this amplifier unflappable."

- Jeff Dorgay, Tone Audio, 2012