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The manufacturers don't say 'analog' - you do.

You don't make switching amps, never have.

There's nothing wrong with switching amps. Only in your head. And they are discrete output (not continuous), hence digital by definition. In the units I mention, the pulse-widths are digital, unlike all other (analog) switchers.

My intent was to give those (who don't know) an option -without raising too much attention. Now that you *caused* attention, more people are probably going to look into this, as they should.

In his review of the NAD M2, Jim Merod of PFO called it a "ridiculously happy event" and a "must". More recently, Alan Taffel of TAS said the Technics R1 went beyond his reference CH Precision gear (for digital). CH was -and still is, world class, being designed by former Goldmund engineers.

Edits: 03/16/17 03/16/17 03/16/17 03/16/17 03/16/17

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