Originally Posted by commsysman
Creek and Music Hall amplifiers are both very good; they have well-designed high-capacity power supplies that can deliver enough peak current to drive most loudspeakers well with no distortion to speak of.
They are both better-sounding than most Cambridge or NAD amplifiers, and even THEY are much better-sounding than 90% of the HT receivers with their wimpy cheapazz power supplies that make the amplifiers run out of gas when peak current is required to the speakers.
While "amplfiers runing out of gas" is quite emotive and poetic, it describes a physical occurrence (clipping) that shows up in technical tests and reliable listening tests, if it happens.
Do you have any such evidence, or are you just making up colorful poetry for people's fun and entertainment?