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Heard both of them already . It depends on the efficiency of your speakers, size of your room and how loud you listen . The mids of the REF75SE is hard to beat maybe the best mids among the REF series amp . User friendly as well , you can bias it yourself because of the front meters . It's a modern reincarnation of the D79 series . The REF150 SE sound great as well .
Room is 18 wide by 13 deep open to the left another 11 feet (dinning area) room is treated. Speakers are rated 90db/1 watt at 1k minimum 3 ohms. I generally listen at 80 to 95 db in loud passages. Sometimes I like to open it up 90 to 100+ db.
Considering the size of your room and you occasionaly listen loud go for the REF150SE , or to the REF 250SE if budget permits . Its one thing to have great mids specially if you listen to a lot of female vocalist , torch songs etc. But personally for me once you exprience dynamic contrast ( specially if your speakers are capable of doing these as well ) there is no turning back . Music literally jumps to you just like in live music. Experienced it the first time w/ my Duntech speakers and my old audio research Classic 150 monoblocks & my D250 MK2 servo . Thats why I love my current amp the REF 610T's .
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