Discussion in 'The Klipsch Korner' started by Brian Tambe, Feb 12, 2018.
Magnavox 8802 -KG4’s
A pair of restored / modded Heath W5Ms from a Pas3x fed by a Dynaco CDV-1 are playing through Fortes. Was using a pair of Dynaco A-25s but the Klipsch's are a revelation, comparatively speaking.
shuguang classic s300mk, and swap out a McIntosh m250 as well through Cornwall I decorators
Would someone PLEASE explain to me the advantage of going with " Tube " amplification?
It sounds better...
Driving series I Heresys in the bedroom, I have three of these sweet little amps.
I'm using this Denon AVR 3300 A/V Receiver so I can enjoy music and Home Theatre
Hey Brain, aren’t you using a Denon AVR 3300?
Yeah , LOL , I'm not used to uploading pictures onto a thread like this using my phone , sorry for uploading the same thing multiple times , I'll get the hang of it.
If I went with a tube amp ( exclusively for music listening ) how would I hook it up to my speaker set up and still have my surround sound ability? Will the tube amp hook up to my Denon A/V receiver? If so , what tube amp would you all recommend? I would LOVE to hear what my KG4'S , Klipsch KSW-12 Subwoofer would sound like.
Also , I would love to hear what my vinyl would sound like , playing on my Technics SL-D303 Direct Drive TT ( purchased brand new in 1981 and is in pristine condition ) with an Audio Technica VM 740 ML Cartridge that I just purchased.
This tube amp looks " Bad Ass " how old is it and how hard would an amp like yours be to find?
Cornwall’s with MC452
Single-ended parallel pentode 6AQ5/6005 amplifier, a design from Klipsch forum member Maynard. This amplifier makes my Cornwalls bump...
Many consider tube + high sensitivity horn speakers to be an audio match made in heaven, although there are also many others who feel quality SS amplification will do just as well...
WOW , She's a Beauty!!!!
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