Well, I'd say that given the divisions between the types of amps on offer, a valve vs solid state shootout would be the obvious choice.steve_1979 said:What would be the best amplifiers to use for the Harbeth ABX amplifier challenge?
What are the two most different sounding amplifiers around?
I'm genuinely tempted to having a go at the challenge because in sighted tests I think that I might have been able to hear a very very small difference between some AV recievers and some budget amps. They say that Cyrus is bright and Arcam is warm. Would these two be a good choice for the challenge?
What will you do with the speakers when you win them?steve_1979 said:I've got a couple of weeks off work over christmas so I'll be doing a bit of amplifier auditioning then.
Any amplifiers that I use will have to be cheap ones (£500 maximum budget for both) and preferably second hand as I'll want to sell them afterwards without losing too much money.
All suggestions are welcome.
Probably stick them on eBay. :type:gregvet said:What will you do with the speakers when you win them?
Thanks for the offer of help Alma.AlmaataKZ said:
http://www.beresford.me/PP/TC2D7220_AUDIO_ROUTER.htmlgregvet said:You could always get one of those Beresofrd boxes.
Also, how can I make sure that both amplifiers are accurately level matched and not clipping?AlmaataKZ said:
clipping can be measured. http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/technical-advanced-car-audio-discussion/59650-what-can-i-use-measure-amp-clipping.htmlsteve_1979 said: