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Old 28th June 2010, 10:29 AM   #1
epoh is offline epoh  Singapore
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Default Anyone has experience on the Pass Labs X260.5 vs X350.5

Hi Guys,

Understand Pass Labs released the X260.5 mono block power amp few months back so there is no review and much details to be found on the web.

I am trying to find out more infomations on these pair of mono block, being the lowest end in the range of X.5 mono block, how would the X260.5 Monoblock compare to the X.350.5 Stereo config apart from the power wattage.

My dealer commets that mono block is definately more superior in terms of effortless drive due to 2 power transformer, better seperation, sweeter highs,etc.

Anyone experienced/hear both these models or done any A/B comparison?

Looking forward to hear any comments.

Thanks for any inputs.

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