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  1. #1
    Join Date: Feb 2013

    Location: aylesbury uk

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    I'm john.

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    I had been looking for a new power amp for a long time now and had listened to a few,these being Bryston,ATC,Plinius and VTL ST 150 but always felt what was i getting for the outlay over the Krell KSA 100 so i decided to keep it.

    I then looked at the M100 turbo that Colin Wonfor was selling and so he came round and we had a day trying both amps he kindly let me have it for a demo.After a week of swapping cables between the two i came to the conclusion that i could not give the amp back to Colin and had to buy it.The M100 was easily the best amp i had heard compared to the others.

    The M100 just sounds so right,clear and dynamic with no hint of being clinical.At times when i play it i hear something on the track that i'd never heard before.Colin was a delight to deal with and i would not hesitate dealing with him again.

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    Join Date: Nov 2015

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    I'm Oliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsteer View Post
    I had been looking for a new power amp for a long time now and had listened to a few,these being Bryston,ATC,Plinius and VTL ST 150 but always felt what was i getting for the outlay over the Krell KSA 100 so i decided to keep it.

    I then looked at the M100 turbo that Colin Wonfor was selling and so he came round and we had a day trying both amps he kindly let me have it for a demo.After a week of swapping cables between the two i came to the conclusion that i could not give the amp back to Colin and had to buy it.The M100 was easily the best amp i had heard compared to the others.

    The M100 just sounds so right,clear and dynamic with no hint of being clinical.At times when i play it i hear something on the track that i'd never heard before.Colin was a delight to deal with and i would not hesitate dealing with him again.
    Hi John,

    Superb result. I'm glad you got to hear the EWA in the end. I suspected it would take an amplifier of that calibre to challenge your Krell, especially knowing first hand how good it is

    Enjoy the new amp and let me know what you're doing with the Krell
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    Join Date: Feb 2013

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    Oliver i will let you know if i get rid of Krell

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    Join Date: Nov 2015

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    I'm Oliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsteer View Post
    Oliver i will let you know if i get rid of Krell
    No worries mate.

    I'm really pleased it's worked out.
    Analogue: Technics SP10 MK2 > Phonomac AT-1010 MK6 tonearm > Ortofon Kontrapunkt b > Bigbottle Jfet MC Valve Phonostage (Telefunken Valves)
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    Join Date: Apr 2012

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    I definitely have a hankering for one of Colin's beefier Class A jobs. Too short of dosh at the moment!
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I definitely have a hankering for one of Colin's beefier Class A jobs. Too short of dosh at the moment!
    Get back to performing on the streets then

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    I'm Colin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southall-1998_mk2 View Post
    Get back to performing on the streets then

    S.
    No NO, hang on his got to be better than Stiff Stewart he he

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsteer View Post
    I had been looking for a new power amp for a long time now and had listened to a few,these being Bryston,ATC,Plinius and VTL ST 150 but always felt what was i getting for the outlay over the Krell KSA 100 so i decided to keep it.

    I then looked at the M100 turbo that Colin Wonfor was selling and so he came round and we had a day trying both amps he kindly let me have it for a demo.After a week of swapping cables between the two i came to the conclusion that i could not give the amp back to Colin and had to buy it.The M100 was easily the best amp i had heard compared to the others.

    The M100 just sounds so right,clear and dynamic with no hint of being clinical.At times when i play it i hear something on the track that i'd never heard before.Colin was a delight to deal with and i would not hesitate dealing with him again.
    Hi John
    Ive sent you a Pm

    Steve...
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    I'm jamie.

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    ha ha get in there steve!
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  10. #10
    Join Date: May 2017

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    I'm Steve.

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    Hi Oliver,

    Are you after a second Krell or keeping an eye out for me ???

    Don't want to step on your toes if your looking for a second unit !!!

    Steve
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