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Old 4th June 2002, 08:24 AM   #11
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why?

in Germany theres a speaker called "Manger Schall Wandler", think you have heard of it. This thing is sounding very good with wide bandwidth amps and is sounding very good with Class A amps, maybe it is sounding spectacular with both.

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Old 4th June 2002, 10:08 AM   #12
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I'm driving my Manger's (Zerobox 109) with a 15W SOZ in a horizontal bi-amping setup. Low frequencies are handled by a politically incorrect Yamaha power amp...

Manger's bandwith recommendation only means that you should be aware of e.g. tube amps with an upper limit of 50-100kHz. She/He doesn't say that the faster the amp the better it sounds. Manger demoes his speakers with Vincent SP 991 power amps and although I cannot find any technical info I don't think that these are of extraordinary bandwith.

Btw what is the bandwith of a SOZ?
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Old 4th June 2002, 02:32 PM   #13
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Yes, you are right, they demo with Vincent 991, because it is Class A up to 100 Watt and in a more
payable region than any Spectral or Metaxas.

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Old 4th June 2002, 03:43 PM   #14
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The Vincent 991 specs:

Technische Daten SP-991
Endstufe Mono

Übertragung: 10 Hz - 20 KHz +/- 0,5 dB
Nennleistung Class A 8 Ohm: 100 W
Nennleistung RMS 8 Ohm: 300 W
Eingangsempfindlichkeit: 2 V
Klirrfaktor: < 0,1% (1 kHz 1 W)
Geräuschspannung: > 95 dB
Eingangsimpedanz: 47 kOhm
Netzanschluss: 230 V/50 Hz
Masse: L 430 x H 180 x T 530 mm (x2)
Gewicht: 30 kg


I have a Vincent Hibrid 226 it looks like been made in China...the quality of the solder and the execution of the solder job is very poor...

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