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    Question Niles Amp

    I was looking at purchase the Niles SI-2125 to power the L/R LC265i speakers. But the Outlaws seem to be popular here. Any issue with the Niles Amp?

    1 - Niles SI-2125 $649 * 1 = $649 200 watts @ 4 ohms
    2 - Outlaw 2200 $325 * 2 = $650 300 watts @ 4 ohms

    Any thoughts would be helpful?

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    Outlaw all the way. Niles is known for its multichannel house distribution amps, but not very audiophile. Outlaw is audiophile on the cheap and you'll get way more power than the 100 watt difference might suggest... Just be aware that each monoblock can pull about 6A, so a dedicated 15A line for the pair might be a good idea. Also: 5 year warranty on the Outlaw vs 2 years on the Niles.


    ps. if you're gonna spend $650 for 200 watts at 4 ohms, you might as well get a used bryston 3b... even if it's ten years old it'll be under warrany till 2016. Yes, I AM a bryston whore.
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