Originally Posted by MKtheater
What the hell, why did you say that! You know I can't keep anything for very long.
Do you think all amps sound the same? I am curious on how the D-sonic compares to others as that 1000 watt per channel, silent, and trigger(?) sound like a great combo. I love stacked pro amps because I can get huge power for cheap but I have been thinking of making things simple. My 5 channel amp does not have a trigger but I love the damn thing, Class A into all my speakers. Since my gear is in another room the heat and noise(from fans) don't bother me but light and small packages are looking more and more enticing these days.
Everything you just described is exactly why I love this amp. It has a trigger. I feel like quality amps basically have the same sound. I
compare it to my breed of dogs Boxer. Exact same manorism different personalitys. I cannot believe the size to power trade off between this amp
the Emotivas and Crown pro amps. It is the best built amp I have been around without being a pro and as good as any pro I have seen. The sound has no
color to it at all. It is extremely dynamic with the T12's which is the only speaker I have heard it thru other than Mythos 10's. The gain is set low enough to accompany
sensisitive speakers. I believe this newer M2 version to be almost the same as the W4S Multichannel.
I really love amps, all amps, so this is the first one that I feel like keeping for good. It only takes up one shelf in my Salamander cabinet and weighs less overall than the
XPA-3. Dennis was easy to deal with and I cannot see how it could have any problems short of a defect. It runs cooler than my 4311 in preamp mode.
It really is a hell of an amp and I can't find anything negative about it in almost a year. I average 10 - 12 hours a day using it but at mostly lower volumes, I have tried to punish it
with not even one problem.
It would be hard to beat at the price.
I would have Emo mono blocks at 75lbs each if it were not for D-sonic.
Mabey that why I am so thankful 50lbs vs 7 x 75lbs.
It really does make things simple.
Break-in period 100 - 200 hoursEdited by countryWV - 10/21/12 at 6:30am