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Old 30th December 2011, 10:53 AM   #11
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I second the Yaquin MC100 as I've repaired a few. Before you order be sure that you can repair or know a place/person who can if/when it fails. These are no less reliable than most valve kit but the manufacturer is a long way away from most of it's customers.
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Old 30th December 2011, 10:56 AM   #12
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Now, back to amp topic. With that Vincent model, it will definitely have the power for bass and can rock the house down with my rs6 speakers? Must I still need sub if I am going with Vincent amp? I read and looks like preamp is already inbuild right?
in my opinion you will need a sub with any amp even for rock music . once you have a sub you wont go back , trust me.

this has 150w amp , is enough for rock music , price should be around 230$ / 180€
http://www.jbl.com/EN-EU/Products/Pa...?PID=E150P/230

you wont need pre amp with the vincent . Any of the vincent amps will do , more watts give more headroom and thatīs always nice.

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Old 30th December 2011, 11:29 AM   #13
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this has 150w amp , is enough for rock music , price should be around 230$ / 180€
http://www.jbl.com/EN-EU/Products/Pa...?PID=E150P/230

by the way , I only listen to rock music and i have this sub , for the price itīs really good.

i have listened to the vincent amps and they are very good too , but expensive new , try to buy them used , with the vincent you will never be short of power , very powerfull amp.

with the tube amps , i recommend a pre amp but you can buy that later on .

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your speakers have a bright sound and lack low end , a active subwoofer should improve overall sound quality
Hi there, I own a pair of Monitor Audio RS6 and can assure you that they absolutely don't lack in the bass region, and if you place them too near of walls there are even too much of them.

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Old 30th December 2011, 12:15 PM   #15
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Hi Gianluca,

Good day ! You are using tube amp with rs6 speakers ? Which tube amp you are using which have good bass for rock music ?

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Old 30th December 2011, 12:32 PM   #16
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Hi there, I own a pair of Monitor Audio RS6 and can assure you that they absolutely don't lack in the bass region, and if you place them too near of walls there are even too much of them.

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but they dont have the tight bass like you can get from a sub , and that makes all the diference.

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How about mc-5881 for tight bass with dynamic song ? Any comments ?
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bi-amp. I use a 250W Threshold for my woofer, and a 50W Yaqin MC-10T for the tweeter. It's much better than either amp on it's own, especially with the tube amp rolled off in the bass.
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What is bi-amp and how can I do it ? You have a picture to show me. Thanks
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See here

What is Bi-Amplification.

http://sound.westhost.com/bi-amp.htm

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