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ECI 5 MK II AMP

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RE: ECI 5 MK II AMP

ebentjerodt wrote:

I was courious about the Electro. I got an offer for a demo Devialet for about USD 9.000 wich was still "affordable"

I have found that spending more, does not necessarily guarantee more enjoyment.

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RE: ECI 5 MK II AMP

PP,

 

I owned the Gryphon Diablo and have heard the Accuphase A65/2810, Chord 3350 amoung others.. I must admit I really like the Devialet. To my hears sound very clean, detailed, fast ,opne but I do not feel it cold or to analitical. I still have it wiht me and still making comparatiosn wiht the KR Audio and the devialet still sound warm to me. I have the Cremonas M wich also help to get this warm and sweetnes. I am not sure to get the same results wiht ATC or PMC.

 

 

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RE: ECI 5 MK II AMP

ebentjerodt wrote:

I owned the Gryphon Diablo and have heard the Accuphase A65/2810, Chord 3350 amoung others.. I must admit I really like the Devialet. To my hears sound very clean, detailed, fast ,opne but I do not feel it cold or to analitical. I still have it wiht me and still making comparatiosn wiht the KR Audio and the devialet still sound warm to me. I have the Cremonas M wich also help to get this warm and sweetnes. I am not sure to get the same results wiht ATC or PMC.

If it's not too much torture, can you list the amps that you've heard in order of preference, with a note as to why (as you've heard some gooduns)?

beauty, eh

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