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  1. When you think about it, nothing has surpassed the original designs. Of course tweaks to improve on originals, but that's progress. You want that, to get it as great as you can get, tweaking capacitors, inductor's, newer smoother drivers, but really a clean 50 watt amp that can stand up, or surpass a 500 watt b&w 801 speaker combo, for live sound, that's pretty amazing in this day and age. You guys/girls that own them know what I mean! Sent from my N9131 using Tapatalk
  2. Klipsch vs. Axiom Audio, Fact or Fiction

    I've been around our hobby a long time, and only a few systems made me sit up and say wow. I've been in stores where the salesman would tout how great those speakers are, or that amplifier. But most of the time I just played along. My ears are always listening for Nirvana. Couple of wows come to mind, listenenig to cornerhorns circa 1973, album was roundabout , when the band kicked in after soft intro, my heart jumped! I was only 17 at time don't know if heart could take today. Bottom line its got to make you drool when you hear it, well at least pant! Sent from my N9131 using Tapatalk
  3. What is the Least Expensive Amplifier?

    I don't know if any of the other members mentioned it, but you might consider a quality used piece of equipment from the 70's or 80's. Their sound is so much better than most of the under $1,000 stuff that's available new. A couple of ones that come to mind are Yamaha receiver 70's vintage best. Concept 4.5 or larger, I had a 5.5 it was amazing! Sansui also made some sweet sounding stuff, that will make your klipsch sing. The biggest problem with new stuff, is crappy pre-amp sections, and small power transformers. Oh yeah Nad from 80's and early nineties pretty clean stuff. Just my 2cents. Sent from my N9131 using Tapatalk
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