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08-02-2003, 11:07 AM
This Bryston is starting to give me goosebumps man..600 watts per side --goodness gracious- it is really starting to "controll" the Martin Logan Prodigy's,, i think i am about ready for a review--"coming soon"- and i think that these acoustic zen-cables really enhanced the total performance..--Ha,ha i can remember when i thought i really had something with a technics receiver and jvc cd player and altec lansing speakers.. it sounded nice but ,,man ,oh man- ALL THIS EQUALS VERY PISSED OFF NEIGHBORS AD ONE VERY ECSTATIC DUDE.. :o
08-03-2003, 06:13 PM
High power is awesome! Have you noticed yet that even when you have it at what you perceive to be low volume that the sound still travels much farther than the lower power did?
08-03-2003, 09:05 PM
Yes i have noticed that--it's like the Bryston just reached out and grabs the ML.s with the utmost authority-especially at lower volumes--i am now soooooo enlightened--never, ever,ever will i go back...Been's this suff is paid for and all mine--i guess someone will have to kill me to get to it -----EXTREME HIGH END FOREVER MAN!! AND I DON'Y REALLY HAVE TO BUY ANYTHING ELSE FOR A GOOD 10 YEARS..! .
08-04-2003, 01:07 AM
That's awesome man! I can't wait for the review. If possible, post some pics please:). Dude, your system kicks ass. Ever thought about going tubes for the pre? Even a low priced tube pre will smoke a much more expensive SS pre.
08-05-2003, 10:23 PM
I love that Bryston 14B SST I almost get one at Canadian Sound
at Queen Street in Brampton, On. at 600watts per channel at 8ohms enough to power the 1.2TL's:)
Congrats for that awesome Bryston amp:)
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