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Old 11th January 2012, 07:59 PM   #1
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Default b1 bufferamp in combination with a spectral dma150 poweramp

hi i am new to this forum. I currently use a tube pre-amp with a ecc99 tube and some negative feedback in combination with a spectral dma 150 amp. the combination sounds very good, and i dont use mit cables but ps-audio loudspeakercables. and interlinks from a local manufacturer in Holland ( yes im from holland). Irecently bought the circuitboard ffrom passlabs b1 first watt pre amp. can i combine this with the spectral.

imput impedance spectral 100kohm with 100pfarad parallel ( I dont know why that is)

input sensitivity 1.6 volt and my cd player already gives 2 volts.

any comments?

edwin olthuis
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