Well, I was lurking around the forum and came upon a thread about this beast Krell amp for sale on CL.(thanks for the info GUDNOIZ).
So after contacting the owner and weeks of banter and such, the amp was shipped to me.
Well all I have to say is WOW!!
I did not have my new cables yet for the A1 Dreadnought so I decided to hook the thing up to the 1.2tl's without any connecting cable.
The sound completely blew me away.
A few days later my new cables arrived, and I went to work setting up the dreadnought and began testing the system.
It seemed, as it always has, that with the cable connected the mids became much more prominent but harsh, and the bass was much thinner and not very solid.
I was thinking that the transformer needed to be burned in, so I figured I'd give it a week or two before I worried about the sound quality.
I played the system for a few hours the next day with no problems, and everything sounded quite good.
Yesterday I was listening to a favorite CD when all of a sudden POOF! everything went dead.....
I shut everything down and reset the breaker on the back of the Krell and got a faint humming sound.
I shut it back off, and then disconnected all the input and output cables and tried again.
At this time I did not even get a light on the front signaling that there was power to the unit.
I checked the outlet and there is power there, and I also checked the breaker in the amp and there is power on both sides of it.
I'm wondering if I might have toasted something with the Dreadnought??
I followed along closely on the thread when I assembled it, but I suppose I may have messed something up.
Also I'm wondering if this particular amp might not be compatible with this type of system.
I'm planning on driving down to Ct from NH to Krell to get the amp serviced.
But I'm worried that I may damage it again with my system.
I'm planning on bringing the dreadnought to Krell as well as a schematic of the speaker for the Tech. to look at.
If anyone has any ideas or thoughts on the subject, I'd be grateful for your input.