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Old 20th February 2003, 11:26 PM   #1
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Question Aleph vs AlephX for Biamping????

Hello Everyone,

It's been a while....

Now that a few Aleph X's have been built, I'm hoping for opinions from folks who have both... I'm trying to save a bit of money and not build a two pairs of each just yet...

For the high end in a biamped system which sounds better, the original Aleph or the new Aleph X design? Can you describe the differences? Are the differences that noticeable/substantial?

How about for the bottom end? Aleph X or back to the original X amps?

Your thoughts????

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Old 20th February 2003, 11:46 PM   #2
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It seems like active speaker project from Pass Labs, Rushmore, is powered by Aleph X in the subbass area and 3 other channels are powered by regular Alephs. Or is it because of convenience in power supply rails voltage?

My findings are that the Aleph X has better and tighter bass and highs are more pronounced and sort of etched (without being fatiguing though), when comparing to regular Alephs. The X amp seems to be cleaner and more neutral.
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