You, thankfully, have an opportunity to find out just how good the circuitry is. The just-introduced Aragon 8008, a software-upgradable, 200Wpc dual monoblock amplifier ($4999) with dual, symmetrical power supply and ethernet-based control and status monitoring, is now produced by Indy Audio Labs, who bought the brand from Klipsch in 2009. "We've taken them where we think they would have gone technologically with today's connected devices," I was told.
At RMAF 2012, John Atkinson took note of the company's flagship Iridium 400W differential monoblock amplifier. This handsome successor to the Palladium again boasts the distinctive "classic Aragon V" chassis design.