Well that would be……..my next one! 😁
I need my head examining...... I had to get rid of my Tom Evans Linear A and Vibe combo because I needed something with a balance control. My current amp is good and more than adequate for my needs but it is nowhere near the Tom Evans combo, I didn't have the funds for my planned amplifier which was close to £7000Everyone sensible should say the present one. If you've replaced an amp with one you like less, you want your head examining!
bloody autocorrect, read more than adequate for my needs.....
What speakers are you driving? Never saw the need for a power amp / integrated amp combo myself.Primare i30 integrated, currently running a Kandy K2 power amp but hope to replace with a primare a30.2 power amp when I see one on ebay.
What speakers are you driving? Never saw the need for a power amp / integrated amp combat myself.
Have owned a Primare pre / power combo though, it was brilliant.
One of the finest and one which I'll be looking to get is Kinki Studio Audio's EX-M7 stereo power amplifier. The EX-M7's build, fit, finishing and vault like solidity is exquisite. Better still the EX-M7's ability to grip, drive and energise loudspeakers, combined with it's overall musicality is such that I've found the results to be preferable than some active loudspeakers I've heard over the years!
Very well received when it cost came out if I recall correctly....My Vincent SV 236. Why? It's like beauty and the beast sound-wise, huge depth and punch but also has finesse at all volumes. Also, it enhances every source I put through it and can drive any speaker I've used so far. It's an end game amp for me.