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Old 12th November 2004, 01:15 PM   #1
DirkD is offline DirkD  South Africa
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Default Aleph 4 driving Maggie 1.5 Q/R's

I heard the Pass Aleph 4 that I built for a friend driving a second hand pair of Magneplanar 1.5 Q/R speakers. Contrary to what a lot of people on the net have said it worked really well. The bass was tight, well extended and dynamic. Mids and highs were smooth and transparant. The sound was effortless and more than loud enough to please anyone south of a headbanger.

BTW the rest of the system consisted of a DIY Conrad Johnson PV10AL pre amp clone and modded Exposure CD player.

Thanks goes to Nelson Pass for allowing us DIYers to build his designs at a fraction of what the big boys are charging.

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