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Old 04-29-2012, 08:39 AM - Thread Starter
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I've been using my Luxman R-117 (160w/8ohms) ... with a newly acquired Firestone - Fubar IV Plus - 192 kHz Upsampling DAC/24 bit. My Mac Mini is the source via the USB port.

I was thinking about the Peachtree Audio Decco2 as a replacement (40w/6ohm). It has a built in Dac.

They will be powering ADS L300 Bookshelf speakers or Monitor BX2's with a powered sub.

Is this a poor decision? Should I just stay with my current setup? Thanks!!
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Old 04-29-2012, 08:51 AM
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What don't you like about your current system, and why do you think changing components (especially to lower power) will sound better?

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What don't you like about your current system, and why do you think changing components (especially to lower power) will sound better?

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I actually like my current system . And the lower power probably will be a problem once I get my JBL's going again. Thanks for your reply!!!
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