|19th February 2009, 06:32 PM||#11|
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Chinook Country.Alberta
aquapiranha... Audiosector kit...
first I need to state that I have no experience with the Audiosector/Peter Daniel amplifier kits. They are very well documented though. And if you use some premium enclosures or make your own, then perhaps a DIY Patek .
The Amp6Basic is very good and may be similarly priced , but it is a Tripath based amplifier. It is an efficient design, and not a high dampened designed, almost perfect for fullrange (single) drivers. If you need some guts, then the Audiosector/PD kit is a no brainer, if you need something that could compete with a tube amp then the Amp6Basic would be a good choice.
So take your chances (actually no risk at all) with any of the suggestions. They all have been good ones (and yes, in context thwe Trends is a great value as well). I suspect that the thing that may make or break your choice is speakers, and amplifier dampening factor and the amp/speaker interaction.
stew ☮ -"A sane man in an insane world appears insane."
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