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  1. #11
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    Did you buy from Bournemouth Andy a friend of mine was selling one..?
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    So in the space of a week I’ve learned that Jamo do in fact make some very good speakers and contrary to my previous beliefs the Americans have made at least one superb amp.


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    There are nice American amps. Admittedly quite a few have words like Pass or Levinson written on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Think it was McIntosh's first SS amp. The use of a chassis is a legacy from their valve designs.

    No 'pretty blue' (and useless) meters here - nice!
    WHAT !!!!! I like blue meters
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    There are nice American amps. Admittedly quite a few have words like Pass or Levinson written on them.
    I’d like you to hear this one Geoff


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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    WHAT !!!!! I like blue meters
    I too like the blue light to illuminate the listening room at night. It kinda sets the mood. I do believe the Mac solid state amps are made differently from most solid states. More like a tube amp with transistors in it. Or so it seems from the outside? They’ve got quite the following, that much I do know.

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  7. #17
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    Did you buy from Bournemouth?
    Main Rig
    Yamaha CR 1000 Receiver & KEF Reference 103 speakers & QED Speaker Cable & Cable Talk & Linn Interconnects , Arcam & Yamaha CD Players
    Vinyl :
    Rega Planar 2 / RB250 / Ortofon OM Super 10 / VDH Oil Bearing Upgrade / Roksan R Mat

    Second System / Late Night Radio :
    Aiwa A30 Amplifier & R30 Tuner - QED Speakers & Pioneer PD 203 CD Player

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