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    Default God this looks like a nice piece of gear . . .

    Check out this 6moons review.



    The KWA 150 provides the strengths of both tube and solid state products: 3-D sound-staging, holographic imaging, and a beautiful midrange of tubes, combined with sparkling highs, low distortion, bass resolution, and control of solid state.

    The heart of the KWA 150 Amplifier is a single voltage gain stage called the "Solid State Music Stage." The circuit was developed by Alan Kimmel, creator of the exceptional vacuum tube "Mu" stage.

    Features include: high-low bias switch, stereo/bridge-mono switch and true balanced floating inputs, accepting balanced and unbalanced inputs. The design incorporates a regulated power supply for the input stage, Cardas' best connectors and oversized heat sinks. The first watts operate in pure Class A.

    The KWA 150 uses no global feedback, is direct-coupled, fully differential, dual-mono, bridgeable, and designed and built in the USA.

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    *drool*
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    For Sale
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    Polk SR104



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    Forget the amp, I want Wright's listening room.
    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Quote Originally Posted by Face View Post
    Forget the amp, I want Wright's listening room.


    I don't know, I guess . . . But, come'on the guy is missing a plate on his outlet under the acoustic wall art. I couldn't tolerate that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolidSqual View Post


    I don't know, I guess . . . But, come'on the guy is missing a plate on his outlet under the acoustic wall art. I couldn't tolerate that.
    :D:D Nice one. You're not the guy that drew this up, are you?

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    Wow, only $6,000, I will take two, lol.
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    Sweet!
    Linn AV5140 fronts
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    Odyssey Mono-Blocs
    SVS Ultra-13 Gloss Black:D

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    Thats a beautiful looking amp. Nice man,

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    mu follower...great idea, saves money. Praise Kimmel.

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    I am sure Kimmel/ModWright appreciates the reviewer spelling out Musical Fidelity in the first line of the review..........

    So Modwright has taken a step towards BAT and some others in releasing sand and tube products, cool, although by the looks of the interior pic they have a way to go to get to BAT's sand amps, but not having heard one, it is just a pic and I should reserve final comments. As said appears to be a nice first attempt at resonable cost. No doubt Modwright intends to be a player and this is some nice eye candy.

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