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Old 7th February 2006, 03:27 PM   #1
bear-hifi is offline bear-hifi  United States
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Default Amp understanding / help

I want a Pass X250 used, however its still a little out of my price rang. I was trying to figure out what other amps (old or new) that could be moded that would performer to the standers of a 250. I am not at the skill level as most of you but I have changed out caps and resistors in many tube amps.

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Old 7th February 2006, 05:56 PM   #2
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One option might be checking out www.audiogon.com and search for Pass labs. There are tons of good used deals there. Keep on the lookout for Aleph 5's for $1100 to $1500, Aleph30's for $800-$900, and x150's for about $1900.

I know you were looking for an X-250, but here's an X-150 for $1795.00. 150 watts is a lot of power and should make half again that much into 4 ohms.


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