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Terry Palmer

Replacing Denon amp for Klipsch PowerGate

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I planning on changing my Denon AR-397 2-channel for Klipsch PowerGate for two channel listening. This will allow me streaming and playing FLAC files from my Mac also CD’s and Vinyl. Any experience with the PowerGate. I’ll be pushing a pair of Forte 1’s.

 

 

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I planning on changing my Denon AR-397 2-channel for Klipsch PowerGate for two channel listening. This will allow me streaming and playing FLAC files from my Mac also CD’s and Vinyl. Any experience with the PowerGate. I’ll be pushing a pair of Forte 1’s.
 
 
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Just wanted to say I picked up the Klipsch PowerGate today. It’s got a very nice warm well rounded sound especially with the turntable. Not too bright nor harsh. I’m really enjoying it so far. It also allows me to stream and play FLAC files.


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Here is another thread with some impressions.

 

https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/179319-powergate-amp/&

 

My overall synopsis is that it is a good-sounding little integrated amp with enough power to cleanly drive the speakers I've tried, but I found wifi streaming (FLAC on PC and Spotify Connect) to be very unreliable.

 

Sounds like streaming is working for you - good!  Are you using wifi or ethernet cable?

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