Plan is to use the b110 as pre amp then add a b320 power amp
Nice one The B-320 Plus is an excellent power amp and one which will give a worthwhile improvement over the already impressive B-110 Plus
All the best
Rick @ Musicraft
Musicraft (Derby), Specialist Hi-Fi/AV & Multimedia Dealer
good accurate audio monitoring and good sound reproduction to all
My volume level is mid, a little high but not like a Disco or a gig.
The music I listen, is from Jazz to Techno. Mainly, techno, slow techno, lo-fi, minimal...
An the room now is small like 4x3 m, bu the new amp will go to a 4x9 room. But the place where I will be sitting is about 3m in front of the 2speakers.
In that room I have an H&K Avr5500 for the home cinema 5.1, maybe I'll try how it's working with dynaudio,too.
Thanks for your reply.
At the levels which you're going to listen at i feel you should be fine with the Beat B-100 in your existing room and in the bigger room
just in case you can get your hands on an old Densen DM10 that will be way way better, much better than the b100/b110 or even the newer b130 . just ask Rick
to further the poison, let me share a few links..
22 pages of Densen
300+pages of dynaudio discussion
Touch/Rega Apollo/Denon3910 - > Densen B-110 - > Dyn Focus 110
I' still thinking about it.... And I wonder if Plinius 9100 would be ok. I know, it's more expensive, but maybe it would be a definitive amp for a future speakers.
Whst do tou think about it? And with focus 110 enough?
The Plinius 9100 is a good amp and one which has also got the quality of performance and power to match well with Focus 110's Dynaudio speakers also pair well with Plinius amplification
I lost the chance of Densen B100 and Primare i30.
I must start again.
I' seriously considering Plinius 9100 ( too expensive ). Audio analogue, unison research unico 80. Naim 5i or XS and Cyrus 8xp
Hi everybody, it's my 1st post here!
I just wanna know some amplifiers recommendations for this speakers: Dynaudio Focus 110
Budget under 1.000€
I' thinking about a Densen beat B100 mkv, a primare i30 (2nd hand) , a Vincent 236 mk...
Whta's your opinion about them? Any other suggestion?
How about the amps in the Focus 110A?
Mac mini > AVI ADM9Ts
Yesterday I could listen a Plinius 9100 with a pair of Dynaudio Focus 140( similar to my 110)
And I also listened an old Naim 5i with that speakers.
In my opinion the 5i was very musical, elegant, hot, velvet...
Do you know any diference with the new 5i? In terms of sound I mean.
I liked it very much!
Similar range pri ce I can find a Plinius 9100 and Naim XS, I know 9100 is 130w per channel and Naim is 60w.
Both goes well with Dynaudio.
What would you do?
Which one did you go for in the end?
I'still finding out what amp will I buy...
Now, in my last list I have the Densen B110 and a Naim XS.
Which one would I choose?
Manily, i'm interested in Dynaudio speakers, Maybe s1.4, or focus 140, or another chance like Proac, or any suggestions....always in monitors.
Meanwhile I'm thinking If I fet Naim or Densen, I got a CA 840A V2 in very good price.
This will be for another equipment. So, I need a pair of speakers for the CA and then , another amp like Densen 110 or Naim XS for the main room.
What speakers will feel Ok with the 840A V2 ?
Why not try it on the Focus 110? See how it goes on Dyns.
I use a Cambridge 840A V2 with some Dynaudio Excite x32 speakers. CA sounded overly bright with some Dali speakers I tried (Dali Ikon 6 MK2).
Not so with the Dynaudio's.
The sound is wonderfully balanced; neutral yet not clinical/"digital"/cold.
Bass is controlled and tight.
The CA amp feels like a high quality piece of kit.
I would not hesitate buying it and using it with Dynaudio speakers if I was in your shoes.
I have one problem though: In busy passages of music the music gets a little muddy.
I'm not sure what the problem is exactly.
It can be the speakers, or that I've only got them at a 20 cm. distance from the back wall.
It can also be the room acoustics.
Or it can be the amp that is not powerful enough to drive the Dynaudio's.
I'm borrowing a Lyngdorf SDA 2275 power amp soon to check if it helps.
Apart from this, the sound from the CA is, like I said, absolutely wonderful.
Cambridge 840A V2 amp, Cambridge 840C CD-player/DAC, 2 x Vincent SP-997 poweramps, Dynaudio Excite x32
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