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I owned a ii for a few months. Always plenty of power. But I never liked the sound. The low end was thin, and the high end was cold and mechanical sounding.
Like the amp was almost to flat and accurate. Sold it, bought a Hafler XL Love the sounds of the Hadler. Smooth and warm with plenty of bottom thrust and just the right amount of high end sparkle. I need more power now though, and long term reliability of the Hafler if it ever breaks down is iffy. Output transistors are unobtainable. This brings me to the GFA-5x0x series. I know these are mosfet amps. In comparison with the , how different are they going to sound?
Will they give me the sound I seem to favor? Are they as tough and relatable as the other Adcoms and Haflers are supposed to be? Click to expand The GFA monoblocks yielded a deeper soundstage and better air and detail over the McIntosh gear so the Mc rig was sold. Later I purchased a GFA and a and did a lot of comparative listening with friends. The and had similar sound to each other with the having a bit better dynamics and a bit more inner detail likely due to a "hotter" bias point.
Compared to the Adcom , both the and sounded a bit more like the Conrad Johnson, that is, less aggressive, a smoother sound with a bit more air and transparency.
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I owned a ii for a few months. Always plenty of power. But I never liked the sound. The low end was thin, and the high end was cold and mechanical sounding. Like the amp was almost to flat and accurate. Sold it, bought a Hafler XL
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