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    • @merkinI'm in the Denver area and have an Academy I'm not using. You can PM me if you're interested in it. 
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    • I'm sure that many of you can relate that this "audiophile" hobby can be very much about churning through various audio components ---- we have all been guilty of it from time to time. But that being said - this amplifier has been the one item of audio I have owned the longest. I believe I purchased it around 2007 - almost 16 years ago (maybe even earlier?). That's a long time to own something in this hobby. I have owned many other amplifiers over the same period .... but to my ears, this amp always sounded the best. It has the brute strength of a Class A solid-state, and yet still possesses the musicality of the nice tube amplifier. It does equally well with high-efficiency systems (e.g. Oris horns, Klipschorns, JBL 4345s, etc) as well as low-efficiency (e.g., various DIY speakers I've built over the years). I have preferred this amp over the following amps I have owned during the same period: 1) McCormack DNA 0.5 Delux 2) McCormack DNA-2 3) Eico - Rebuilt Tube-MonoBlocks 4) McIntosh 7270 5) Welborn 300B DRD 6) Krell KSA-250 7) Music Reference RM-9 😎 Bryston 2B LP 9) Don Allen 1626 10) Baldwin Tube Amplifiers 11) others? I had listed it back in 2016 - but decided to back out after not being able to find a better replacement. There is just something special specifically about the MKIII version of this amp - just take a look at reviews on audioreview.com, or other forums. But now I am at a point when I will be simplifying my system. It is in excellent condition and has performed flawlessly, without a single hiccup, in my almost 16+ years of ownership. I don't know what is a fair price, but I don't think you will do much better than this amp at my asking price of $1,750 - and I'd like to stay firm on that price for now. Due to the size and weight - I am listing this amp for local Washington DC metro area sale only.. Feel free to PM if you have any questions.
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