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  Reply # 1076624 29-Jun-2014 17:57
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This is what Class D amplification is about IMO.
Many many kilowatts of sheer grunt, DSP, professional build quality (must be close to failsafe for end use), light-weight, simple, and lower price than those home hifi Class D systems.
At the price, may as well get a few:





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Reply # 1076655 29-Jun-2014 19:34
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I dunno man. I'd go Merrill Veritas with Hypex NC1200 modules. Each to their own I guess
http://www.merrillaudio.net/veritas.html

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1076665 29-Jun-2014 19:55
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i'd stick with your plinius sa-ref.

just change the preamp for a tautoro.

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  Reply # 1151643 11-Oct-2014 00:09
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Update

I purchased a Nu Force IA18 a couple months back. Great value for money. It does everything very well, at only $3750. I could happily live with this amp...

BUT, I now understand why people prefer class A. The NuForce reproduces music, the Plinius plays music.

The speakers will remain hooked up to the Plinius.

Never did get to hear that Esoteric... haha

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  Reply # 1156014 16-Oct-2014 11:45
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nice.
is there a nuforce dealer down welly way ?



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  Reply # 1156183 16-Oct-2014 15:14
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TotallyWired from Dunedin. Bought it blind based off glowing reviews.

The guys at TotallyWired were absolutely fantastic to deal with.

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trollyolyoly: Update

I purchased a Nu Force IA18 a couple months back. Great value for money. It does everything very well, at only $3750. I could happily live with this amp...

BUT, I now understand why people prefer class A. The NuForce reproduces music, the Plinius plays music.

The speakers will remain hooked up to the Plinius.

Never did get to hear that Esoteric... haha


So if I get this straight:

you spent $3,750 on a piece of equipment...which you won't use because you prefer the old one?



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  Reply # 1156425 16-Oct-2014 22:03
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ubergeeknz:
trollyolyoly: Update

I purchased a Nu Force IA18 a couple months back. Great value for money. It does everything very well, at only $3750. I could happily live with this amp...

BUT, I now understand why people prefer class A. The NuForce reproduces music, the Plinius plays music.

The speakers will remain hooked up to the Plinius.

Never did get to hear that Esoteric... haha


So if I get this straight:

you spent $3,750 on a piece of equipment...which you won't use because you prefer the old one?

Problem?

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  Reply # 1156618 17-Oct-2014 10:02
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trollyolyoly:
ubergeeknz:
trollyolyoly: Update

I purchased a Nu Force IA18 a couple months back. Great value for money. It does everything very well, at only $3750. I could happily live with this amp...

BUT, I now understand why people prefer class A. The NuForce reproduces music, the Plinius plays music.

The speakers will remain hooked up to the Plinius.

Never did get to hear that Esoteric... haha


So if I get this straight:

you spent $3,750 on a piece of equipment...which you won't use because you prefer the old one?

Problem?

It's your money :) I was just making sure

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