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Thread: Promitheus TVC PreAmp with WAD KEL84 Power Amp

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    Join Date: Mar 2014

    Location: KY - Scotland

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    I'm Mike.

    Default Promitheus TVC PreAmp with WAD KEL84 Power Amp

    Hi,

    This pair is being listed on behalf of wee tee cee as I have them on loan at the moment and he has decided to advertise them for sale so any questions/info required will be directed to wee tee cee.

    SOLD AS A PAIR - 700 collected.

    Postage will be considered at cost but will be expensive as I will only use Royal Mail Special Delivery.











    The Power amp info: http://www.world-designs.co.uk/power%20amps.htm

    The Pre Amp info: please note this link is for the later model but some info will be pertinent to the model for sale above.

    http://www.promitheusaudio.com/tvc.htm

    Ive had this pair for the last few weeks and I have to say they are excellent, I just need a bit more power for the 15 drivers in my Tannoys or Id be keeping them. Its why I created a wanted thread to try and find a WAD KT88 XL integrated, see the HiFi World reviews on the KEL84 integrated to get an idea as to how good the power amp is.

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    Join Date: Feb 2011

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    Again thanks to Mikey for posting these up for me.

    Had them maybe three years-Purchased off Grant (Struth).

    Really nice combo that has a lovely midrange but not too soft.

    Mixture of valves but all reasonably good.

    Sounded nice on the end of my Spendor SP1s.

    Would prefer if they find a home together but will be willing to split them if need be.

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    Mikey really rated this combo-they work rather well together!

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    Yup , heard this combination at Tony's place , and in my own system , and thought they were excellent .
    Regards
    Brian

    Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment . (Rumi )


    Korus Computer Audio music server .
    DAC 3 French DAC
    Amplifier : Rega Brio R
    Speakers : Tannoy 637
    Interconnects : MS Audio / Klotz MC5000 .
    Speaker cables : Chord Epic Twin

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    Join Date: Mar 2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee tee cee View Post
    Mikey really rated this combo-they work rather well together!
    Yip, been listening to them this morning with my feet up on my new footstool. A great buy for someone.

    They drive my Tannoys really well with great bass, midrange and good clear treble. If I didn't fancy buying a Primaluna integrated at 5x the price of these then I'd be keeping them. Let's face it the Primaluna isn't 5x better but it has all the features I want.

    Cheap enough to try and if you don't like then be easy to move on, last Promitheus pre I saw on eBay went for 350 plus postage which makes this a cheap combo.

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    Using a Promitheus TVC with a Quad 306 to drive my Tannoys. Works a treat!

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    Boxing day bump.....amps are not just for Christmas!!

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    fine pairing needing a good home....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee tee cee View Post
    fine pairing needing a good home....
    They are indeed, still sounding pretty sweet here waiting on a new owner

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    You listening with your feet up?

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