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RE: Acoustat X

There is nothing "lost" the bass always seamed more controlled, With the correct gain setting and high frequency setting, the high frequencies were very nice. Midrange speaks for it self. I owned the X frames for a few years, The X frames have a character of their own. I raised them up, placed them on cones, floated them on isolation, for me sitting on the floor as designed worked best.

I took a pair of servos as far as I could. The sound was exceptional (to me). After getting it all worked out, I was running for three years continuous without an issue. Worked flawlessly and I loved the sound. That being said, I had years of DIY trial and error to get to that point, The stock ones seamed to have their issues. I ended up using the amps with one plus ones for the last 5 or more years I owned them.

Analogue Associates has made these amps usable and probably deserves a lot of credit.

I frequently regret selling them.


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