Originally Posted by comfynumb
Originally Posted by laulau
A review of the D-Sonic M3-5400-7 Class D Seven-Channel Power Amplifier has been posted at Secrets of HT and HiFi
Thanks for the heads up! That's a pretty glowing review and my minds pretty made up to go with the new M3. It's just that class D is growing in leaps and bounds so quickly, I'm afraid the next "M4" will be that much better.
You didn't notice that it was content free?
"Towards the end of the film, when Dumbledore confronts Voldemort in the Department of Mysteries, we are treated with a plethora of challenging audio montages. This entire scene is filled with huge dynamic swings as the two wizards duel. My favorite of these to test dynamics occurs when Voldemort shatters all of the glass in the room. The M3 handled this scene easily, giving detailed and precise resolution to all of the effects. I pushed the volume as much as was reasonable, and the M3 never reached a point of fatigue - exactly what you'd expect from a unit with this sort of power."
Maybe I'm just being a curmudgeon, but a critical read says that it really says nothing. I see where the author could even agree with the that the M3 is grotesquely overpowered in any reasonable home system and that all good amplifiers sound the same. Put that in your mind and read it again and see if you don't agree with me.