company history and
TAFN Engineering, with 30 years in the business, is
renowned for the quality of its radio frequency technology,
including CATV equipment, FM transmitters, and MATV equipment. It is
number one in quality for these products, the brand of first
choice for customers looking for quality, in any store nationwide - a
reputation we build on as we move into new fields.
Detail of the automated component assembly process.
A few years ago, our company embarked on a
project to develop a revolutionary series of digital amplifiers which
could produce powerful sound in a very small, compact size, yielding
the highest power to weight ratio of almost any amplifier on the
market worldwide. The result is the D-TECH digital power amplifier
series, the most advanced technology on the local market for
professional-level audio amplifiers. The earliest
amplifiers could handle sound at low frequencies only. Later models covered
the whole range, but sacrificed sound quality in the process.
The revolutionary technology of D-TECH
drawbacks, giving the clearest sound of almost any amplifier.
The D-TECH digital power amplifier, based on a unique switch-mode
technology design which amplifies sounds at high frequencies, was a
natural extension of the company's work in
designing and manufacturing radio frequency equipment. In a short time, the
amplifier has emerged as one of the company’s most
popular products. We now export
to Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Germany.
SMD assembly plant, the first step in
manufacturing the power amplifier
power amplifiers are an emerging technology which few manufacturers
have been able to master. But thanks to TAFN's
extensive experience in radio frequency design, we have been able to
set a new standard in power amplifiers which gives you more power and
better sound. The company has some of the most advanced
equipment available for design, manufacture, and testing of sound
amplifiers, which helps us achieve our goals.
A view of one part of the factory assembly line
Advanced technology is
needed to make Class-D power amplifiers.
Poor sound quality and distortion have presented challenges
to designers in the past. TAFN, however, overcomes those
problems, and with its digital power amplifiers combining small size,
high power and crisp sound, sets the direction for the future.