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In Reply to: RE: B & K Audio has come back from the dead? posted by hifitommy on March 15, 2017 at 14:32:12
Big Aluminum Box, almost nothing In it.
Seemed like Wool was being Pulled!
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...provided me many years of trouble free sonic excellence.
Nothing but fond memories of my ST-140... which I bought from Tom Gillette.
Some of you may recognize that name.
reelsmith's axiom: Its going to be used equipment when I sell it, so it may as well be used equipment when I buy it.
Which name? ST-140 or Tom? :)
An ST-140 was my first "audiophile" purchase...a purchase based mostly on Sam's high praise for it. Moved up to an EX-442 from that, which traded some of the 140's politeness for some balls. Then I tried a tube amp....
I used an ST 202 for years with my Spica TC 50s. An excellent combination.
The size of the box is usually a consumer driven thing.
Having the same size boxes throughout the line..
The circuit board and the stuff on it can be pretty small. Or really stuffed with endless crap.
One of very few reasonably priced amps stable into a 2 ohm load. Great design and great sound.
it's probably why they sound so good, no more parts than it takes to do the job well.
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