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I'm planning on a speaker upgrade soon and was wondering what effect my Outlaw electronics would have on the "new" sound. I've got the 975 processor and 5000 amp, both about a year old. Are they fairly neutral or something else? Thanks.


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My experience with the sonic capability of Outlaw gear is very positive..
U will be fine..

Just my $0.02...
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I'm planning on a speaker upgrade soon and was wondering what effect my Outlaw electronics would have on the "new" sound. I've got the 975 processor and 5000 amp, both about a year old. Are they fairly neutral or something else? Thanks.


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My 12yo Outlaw 7500 amp works great with the "new" sound....whatever that is......

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My 12yo Outlaw 7500 amp works great with the "new" sound....whatever that is......
"New" sound just meant what I'm going to get from new speakers. Current ones are KEFs pushing 20 yrs old and I was really asking if the Outlaw gear would color what I could expect from hopefully neutral speakers.



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It takes a pretty fancy/expensive speaker to resolve whatever differences exist in amps.
Putting it another way: There aren't any amps out there that will give you more "bang for buck" - period. You're far better off investing your time and money in the proper setup of said speakers and the room itself. EQ, room treatments, positioning, etc.
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