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Aurum Cantus ribbons - gainclones or class A
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Old 5th May 2006, 06:30 AM   #1
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Default Aurum Cantus ribbons - gainclones or class A

Has anyone used a gainclone with ribbons?
I have a pair of Aurum Cantus, and partly having paid a good sum for all the drivers in an active system, am hoping to not spend too much on the amps.

Having used Apogees in the past, where I found that most amps put a big veil over the “ribbon magic”, I don’t want to build an amp and then find it does that.

Some of the premium PD gainclones have fantastic insight into the music, but for me a hardness that I could not live with.

Who’s heard a gainclone (with the AC’s 100 dB efficiency, 30 or even 10 watts would be enough) driving “pure” ribbons?

Or do a small class A, eg the Aleph 10?

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