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    Absolare Integrated

    I bought Forte IIIs, which are now my home theater main speakers. Current stereo speakers are the Graham’s.
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    Absolare Integrated

    Hello again all... I've been enjoying the Absolare Signature Integrated so much in the past 3 weeks I wanted to share my experience here. Overall, this component has given me my biggest performance upgrade of any component since I first indulged my audiophilia and bought my first tube amps and...
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    Absolare Integrated

    I received my used Absolare Signature Integrated yesterday. Quite a luxurious piece of gear to look at and touch. I put in some Melos Neotubes that it came with (I don't know anything about them), will try some Mullard NOS ECC82s as well. Boy, this amplifier is amazing! Bigger and better...
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    Absolare Integrated

    From Absolare: due to fully balanced design all the way to speaker posts, the black post is not grounded. Subwoofers will tend to expect the connection to the amplifier negative post to be ground. Connecting in this way could cause noise or a short, depending on the subwoofer. A separate ground...
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    Absolare Integrated

    I just want to see if anyone has done this because the manual makes the following statement: "Do not connect unbalanced subwoofer input terminals to speaker outputs! Absolare Integrated Amplifier has a balanced output stage. Neither of the speaker output terminals should be connected to...
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    Absolare Integrated

    Anan, that sounds like an elegant solution. I may not have that luxury, though.
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    Absolare Integrated

    I know this is an old thread, but I’ll give it a shot… Anyone use a subwoofer with the absolare integrated?

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