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    The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    Wharfedale Linton w/ stands, Avantgarde Duo XD, Klipsch RB-75, Klipsch RP-160M.

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    Conrad Johnson GAT2, Misho Myronov Wooden preamp.

    Misho Myronov Wooden amp, First Watt SIT-3 (x 2 - one as backup), Job 250 Monos, NuForce STA200, AkitikA GT-102 amp, ASL Wave monos, Dennis Had 45 monos. Absolute Audio Labs PCF 25 amp (improved First Watt F7 super clone)

    RME Audio ADI-2 DAC FS, ModWright Ultimate Sony XA-5400ES.

    Burmester 948, McIntosh MCLK12, Kimber Kable, Siltech, Cardas, Avanti Audio cables.

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    Thanks for posting Joe --I own the Mactone--great to see the brand getting some recognition since 1964!

    Seriously good and superbly musical--I had Shindo, Jadis, in house and the Mactone smoked both brands.

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    Thank you Bruce. I keep seeing the Mactone but had no clue. Iím so happy you love it.
    Wharfedale Linton w/ stands, Avantgarde Duo XD, Klipsch RB-75, Klipsch RP-160M.

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    Misho Myronov Wooden amp, First Watt SIT-3 (x 2 - one as backup), Job 250 Monos, NuForce STA200, AkitikA GT-102 amp, ASL Wave monos, Dennis Had 45 monos. Absolute Audio Labs PCF 25 amp (improved First Watt F7 super clone)

    RME Audio ADI-2 DAC FS, ModWright Ultimate Sony XA-5400ES.

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    D-Sonic.com The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    A Professional REVIEW:

    Look for the latest review at Hometheaterhifi


    FROM a customer:


    At avsforum go to post?id=59522972

    "Now, Iím amazed at the quality and clean reproduction of the lower bass notes. From top to bottom it sounds as though I have upgraded my speaker system. I love trumpet music and Iíve always perceived that as FAST as Dizzy Gillespie is, he wasnít completing the notes. He was blasting them out. Now I realize that my previous amplifiers from the last 12 years havenít been fast enough to keep up with him. Now I am hearing how crisp and clean each note he plays is. Amazing. People often describe sound with depth and width. With this amp, Iím describing it as a ďsound fieldĒ There is a comprehensiveness to what Iím hearing now that previously didnít exist. Iíve never heard anything like this. In my system, this is even quieter than the PS Audio amps."


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    I see my int 250 is mentioned in the integrated amps section. Nice to be validated.
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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    Love these lists. Give us stuff to talk about. Obviously any list that doesnít include a Gryphon power amp in its list of best amps is fake news
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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    There can only be one "BEST"










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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    Those are huge, omg!
    Wharfedale Linton w/ stands, Avantgarde Duo XD, Klipsch RB-75, Klipsch RP-160M.

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    Conrad Johnson GAT2, Misho Myronov Wooden preamp.

    Misho Myronov Wooden amp, First Watt SIT-3 (x 2 - one as backup), Job 250 Monos, NuForce STA200, AkitikA GT-102 amp, ASL Wave monos, Dennis Had 45 monos. Absolute Audio Labs PCF 25 amp (improved First Watt F7 super clone)

    RME Audio ADI-2 DAC FS, ModWright Ultimate Sony XA-5400ES.

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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by joeinid View Post
    Those are huge, omg!
    Yep, the top plate alone must weight 50 pounds!

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    Yeah, specs like these do require some physical heft...

    1,500 W RMS at 8Ω
    3,000 W RMS at 4Ω
    6,000 W RMS at 2Ω

    320 V peak-to-peak
    113 V RMS

    Output Current 400 A peak

    Weight 570 lbs

    Better use that back "support brace" when lifting...
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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    Have any of you guys heard them? I have.

    For my money:




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    Audionet Stern Linestage and Heisenberg Monoblocks | The Absolute Sound
    Summing Up
    Acknowledging the remarkable advancements weíve witnessed in solid-state amplification over the past dozen years or so, especially those leveraged by a number of industry leaders, most notably from the U.S., Germany, and Switzerland, nothing else in my immediate experience better demonstrates the transistorís ability to accurately and artfully combine delicacy with power, focus with bloom, resolution with body, detail with texture, and clarity with expressiveness than the Stern and Heisenberg. These flagship Scientist Series products from Audionet should be seen as more than merely the significant accomplishment of Thomas Gesslerís vision; they represent the embodiment of the most refined triple threat available todayóclass-leading design and build-quality, outstanding specifications, and landmark sonic performance.

    might push the bottom tomorrow

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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    Havenít heard the 3090s. That would be a heck of a shootout.
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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    ahh thats the 3000er series.
    yes, a very good shootout.
    renteless vs boulder3050 vs heisenberg
    heard the renteless a couple of times at my dealer with the wilson chronosonic xvx. deeply beautiful.

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    just remembered that i did agree with him to bring my audionet humboldt to do a shootout on the xvx vs renteless with hd pre.
    sometimes next year maybe

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    wow! the case work on those DD amps is incredible ...and, must account for at least 50% of COGS.
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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by TheOctopus View Post
    There can only be one "BEST"



    I'm sure they sound great. But why so ugly?The same with MBL, they will probably sound good but everything they make is ugly (gold bling).
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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    really wouldnt mind the golden color

    darTZeel NHB-468 monoblock amplifiers Ė Ana Mighty Sound

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOctopus View Post
    Yeah, specs like these do require some physical heft...

    1,500 W RMS at 8Ω
    3,000 W RMS at 4Ω
    6,000 W RMS at 2Ω

    320 V peak-to-peak
    113 V RMS

    Output Current 400 A peak

    Weight 570 lbs

    Better use that back "support brace" when lifting...
    "570 lbs ", holy crap !

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    Quote Originally Posted by u-sound View Post
    These would be my choice too. Iíd love these!
    Wharfedale Linton w/ stands, Avantgarde Duo XD, Klipsch RB-75, Klipsch RP-160M.

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    Quote Originally Posted by u-sound View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by joeinid View Post
    These would be my choice too. Iíd love these!
    my choice too, listening to them right now and loving it!

    they really do it all in my system. i've had a few other fine amps in here but these just get out of the way of the music so well. and don't sound like tubes or solid state. they sound like music. i never get the sense i am hearing though something. just direct to the performance.

    the gold anodized color is not my favorite, but in person the design 'works' and i don't mind it at all. it projects a very swiss 'Rolex' sort of vibe. i've seen these amps in black anoidized with silver accents and i prefer the gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordante View Post
    I'm sure they sound great. But why so ugly?The same with MBL, they will probably sound good but everything they make is ugly (gold bling).
    heard them at 2019 Axpona, and did not care for the system sound. but it was a Friday, first day of a three day show, and a very big and involved system. so no way to point fingers at specific gear. i think it's so hard to judge any gear outside a mature system where they can be optimized. top gear is never plug and play.

    i'm sure they can sound awesome. reports are very positive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordante View Post
    I'm sure they sound great. But why so ugly?The same with MBL, they will probably sound good but everything they make is ugly (gold bling).
    I personally don't think they are ugly albeit probably not my first choice of cosmetics. I like to listen in the dark so I don't care for a display unless it can be shut off. Audio is full of interesting and different looking devices and what may be ugly to you is beautiful to others. BTW the company can't produce the gear fast enough to fill its orders so they must be doing something right.

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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Have any of you guys heard them? I have.

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    Mike,
    How does it compare to the Mephisto?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by apdoc2004 View Post
    Mike,
    How does it compare to the Mephisto?
    Thanks
    Come on over for a listen! Both are world class, but different. Mephisto impresses you with her massive soundstage, slam and bass that is just unreal. The Boulder gets to you in a more of a transparent, but smoooooth, totally un-solid state, almost tube like sound. One for your head, one for your heart. Pick your poison.


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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    this is why dartzeel468 and heisenberg are sitting on the throne as they deliver the combination of soundstage/slam/bass AND transparent/tube-like on the highest level.

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    after my post i started to read a review about the 468 and found this

    " instrumental attacks and overall transient performance remained the best I've heard from a solid-state amplifier. No doubt, though, those who demand more tight-fisted control and bottom-end "slam" might look toward something from Boulder, for instance."

    and

    "Those who prefer in a solid-state amp greater bottom-end "grip" and iron-fisted control may want to consider a different amplifier. As I mentioned above, I think the CH Precision M1.1s produce more weight and punch on bottom, and Boulder's amps tend to have more overall speaker grip. However, in my system, the darTZeel "sound" is ideal for all musical genres: good grip on bottom, natural transient performance, plenty of air on top if it's in the recording, and never even a hint of etch, grain, or edge."

    so the boulder in this case seems to be the bassmonster.
    and gryphon will kill you i guess

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    I have heard them at the last Axpona...i think with Alexis speakers if i remember right..anyway..the sound was obviously very good but i would not trade my Chalice Audio 'Grail' SET mono blocks for them..My sound is just 'pure' in every respect.
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    Re: The Best Amplifiers | Buyers Guide 2021

    nice to see the pass XA25 there , which is actually a decent size for real world living

    and no wonder SIt 3 are so rare if omnly 250 made
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    Quote Originally Posted by hifinutt View Post
    nice to see the pass XA25 there , which is actually a decent size for real world living

    and no wonder SIt 3 are so rare if omnly 250 made
    XA25 is a great performer. I bought 15 SIT-3ís and sold them all except one that I kept for myself. Now thatís a great amp!


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    yes must put the XA25 on the list !!
    1]bel canto pre 3 vbs ice power amps . rotel cd , modright modded jolida dac 2] tannoy eaton legacy 2]bel canto pre 3vbs BC ref 500s black ice modded dac , marantz sa8005, reference fidelity impulse Ta`us horns

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Have any of you guys heard them? I have.

    For my money:




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    That amp has the flux capacitor in the middle! That baby will take you back in time! :-)
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