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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
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    I did not know that, but it does make perfect sense. I for one won't post pics, as my big gay following are a pretty rabid bunch and really don't need any encouragement.

    I suppose I could post that pic of Marco in prison and pass it off as me - maybe then they'll lose interest
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I tend to like what Michael Fremer has to say. Not read anything by him for a long time though.
    I have to say I consider his review to be good given the constraints verbal descriptions have. It seems really quite accurate to be fair to him.

    It is a top amp no question. Whether you like this particular kind of top is another question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    It is a top amp no question. Whether you like this particular kind of top is another question.
    That is expertly put Justin, you summed up the Luxman class A sound very well there, I have to agree. For some that would be a destination amp and I can understand why.

    Think I personally would prefer the ML, so each to their own.

    Any photos of the amp Bev?

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    Yeah pics or you haven't got one.

    That's a threat, Bev. No pics or we're gonna kill you.

    Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJo View Post
    That is expertly put Justin, you summed up the Luxman class A sound very well there, I have to agree. For some that would be a destination amp and I can understand why.

    Think I personally would prefer the ML, so each to their own.

    Any photos of the amp Bev?
    Well if I want to get my ears excited those Accuphase monos totally do that. You should have seen the state Jerry was in after Dream Theatre at 11 on those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Well if I want to get my ears excited those Accuphase monos totally do that. You should have seen the state Jerry was in after Dream Theatre at 11 on those.


    What's the spec on those monos Justin?

    Not much on the web that I can see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJo View Post
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    What's the spec on those monos Justin?

    Not much on the web that I can see.
    About half a Kilowatt into 4 Ohms. Accuphase claimed about 450 but they do more or less depending on your measurement criterion.

    Go to the Accuphase website. The origianal spec is on there in the historical section.
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    Thanks, just read that. Those look excellent.

    For those interested http://accuphase.com/cat/m-60en.pdf

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    Those Accuphase monos are just plain scary.
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