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  1. Hello! I would like to match my Forte III with a SS integrated amp. I am thinking about Pass Labs int-25 or go to the Luxman 509X. do you have any good experiences matching Forte with these amps? thank you, be safe!!!
  2. Hi! Finally I recieved my tube amp Triode Lab 2A3 EVO (http://www.triodelab.com/2a3-integrate), and now it's time to find the perfect cable for my Forte III. What do you think? Is there any owner with 2A3 tubes amp? Thanks guys!
  3. Thanks! Sorry I was misunderstood, english is not my language. I just read here (https://www.stereophile.com/content/klipsch-forte-iii-loudspeaker-page-2) that the reviewer used an isolation pad, but according with the reviews of the isolation pad on Amazon, it has a strong rubber smell. So anyone of you guys use some isolation surface for the vibrations? Thanks again!
  4. HI! Witch isolation pad would you recommend for my new Forte III. I don't want any problem with my neighbor Thanks!
  5. That's a good plan!!! It's difficult for me to find those Mcintosh in Spain
  6. Sure! I'm from Madrid, Spain.
  7. Hello! First of all, my apologizes for my english. I'm going to be a new owner of a couple of Forte III and I am looking for THE AMP. I've tried ss (Rega, don't remember which one) and valves (Unison research S6) and I LOVED the valves. I listen a lot of 70's rock and jazz and I think that Forte and valves are the perfect marriage. Luckily I have a high budget, I am looking the new Copland CTA408, or some Luxman... but I don't know if it is a good idea that my first valve amp is high end. What do you think? Should I start with a small one, keep the money and learn for the future, or "carpe diem" and go for the best I can get today? Thank you very much!
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