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In Reply to: RE: Here's what I posted about them... posted by 4everyoung on February 27, 2017 at 08:20:39
That's a popular phrase among amp assemblers that incorporate OEM modules in their audiophile amps. Other than being "heavily modified" or using a "heavy linear power supply", what more can they offer? They're all OEM modules designed by someone else for easy packaging in a nice enclosure. The "packager" has little R&D or engineering investment in the final product.
I'm not saying they all sound bad, but this whole "heavily modified" B.S. is just a way to try and differentiate themselves in a market full of OEM module packagers.
OK. Turning OFF my cynical attitude now. ;-)
You and me both. I'm planning to buy a pair of Maggies (3.7i)and am looking ahead to finding appropriate amplification. Wish me luck.
You still haven't listened to his product
Someone needs to correct him quick! They're not "digital amps".
I can't listen to every Class D amp on the market, but the handful that I have listened to do not come close to matching the better tube amps I've owned, or even some of my 'traditional' solid-state Class AB amps. Maybe someday.
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