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post #1 of 2 Old 06-07-2012, 11:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Any comments/opinions on these two amplifiers will be appreciated.

According to what I have read so far, the Sunfire sounds warmer, but almost dull and muddy with the highs rolled off. Is this true?

As for the Parasound, it sounds more neutral and offers a more "detailed" sound. Is this also true?

But, the Sunfire is quite a bit more powerful than the Parasound.

Which do you think will be a better match for my Klipsch speakers (which tend to be on the brighter side)? I have the RF-7 main speakers, RC-7 center speaker, and RS-7 surround speakers. Based on the feedback from the Klipsch forum, these speakers love power.
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Bump.

I want to add another amp to the "group." How is the Wyred for Sound MC5x500? Link: http://www.wyred4sound.com/webapps/p/74030/117839/332920

I read some reviews and it looks like an excellent amp. I also read the review of the Wyred for Sound SX-1000 which is a mono amp but I think it uses the same modules as the MC5x500. In the review it stated that the Parasound Halo A23 was more forward, harsh, and brighter than the SX-1000.

You can view the SX-1000 vs. A23 comparision here: http://www.hometheaterhifi.com/power-amplifiers/power-amplifiers-reviews/wyred4sound-sx-1000-monoblock-amplifier/page-3-the-wyred4sound-sx-1000-monoblock-power-amplifier-in-use.html

Any comments/opinions will be appreciated.
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