Join Date: May 2017
Location: Rio Pardo, RS - Brazil
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I'm a bit confused with my new speakers, a pair of Dali Zensor 7s.
See, i've first heard them in a showroom with a darTZeel LHC-208 (which i may add, has no tone controls) and Kubala Sosna cables, after that again with the LHC-208 and a pair of Logical Cables i decided to buy with them, on both ocasion they sounded amazing, full and strong, with loads of well controlled bass, which seems to match reviews about them i've been reading around the web.
So i brought them home and promptly connected the pair to my vintage 1988 Onkyo Integra A-817XD just to keep using before i bought a proper amplifier for them, it was like somebody pulled a trick on me, they sound dead, flat, bright even.
I triple checked cables, even tried some different ones from my older speakers but there was no difference, so of course its down to the amplifier, since they sounded amazing on that darTZeel which was way too good for them, but now i'm worried the amplifier i was planning to buy, a Hegel H90, will not be good enough.
What do you guys think, is the Hegel H90 enough for them?
My watchlist for amplifiers also had names like the Cambridge Audio Azur 851A (seller's recommendation) and CXA80, Yamaha A-S701 and a even a Roksan K3, should any of those be a better choice for them.
Speakers - DALI Zensor 7
Screen- Samsung QLED Q7FN 55"