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Old 26th October 2005, 04:21 AM   #11
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well , i like sony amps very much.they r distortion free and great.i dunno bout amps u talkin bout,sony is sufficient for me.
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Old 26th October 2005, 06:35 AM   #12
willo is offline willo  Italy
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Thanks so much for your preciuose information.
I'll take in consideration your suggestion to test a AUDISON amp but recently I tested a new Steg MASTER-STROKE amp in CLASS A (calss A upto 25W then AB up to 100W) but the sound was a desaster! I connected a simply Rockford Fosgate punch 40́ (20W/ch) and it was a little bit superior like power!!! ( I mean 20W match 50W!)
The USA amp are better for the power, dynamic, clean and S/N ratio.
The Steg amp are better for musicality on MId and High frequency but the bass is a desaster.
Really bad, in any case I'll test the audison amp also if I'm not very curiose.
Thanks a lot

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Old 26th October 2005, 03:58 PM   #13
sdoom is offline sdoom  Germany
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Hi again,

Have you tried a Signat RAM 3 MKII for the woofer? Those amps are also high quality (gold curcuit lines and stuff) and they are also rated as class a......not sure about that (considering the power it would have to waste) but it is also a very good amplifier . I use the Ram 3MKII for my subwoofer in my winter-car (as I get oldr I don´t need the high pressure levels anymore ) the Ram is a good buy amplifier, used to be very expensive but now they are around 50€ on ebay, delivers 2x150W RMS and bridged ~ 400W into a 4 Ohm load, also 1Ohm stable in stereo.
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