LAMM ML3 with Magico Q7

audioblazer

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After the Hong Kong demo of the Q7 with the ML3 it seems we can safely say that the Q7 and a single pair of ML3 driving them doesn't work optimally. The next question then is how would the improve in theory if you bi-amped the Q7 with two pairs of ML3s?
I m not impressed with what I heard in HK. Heard it with the latest Soulution amp & I like it . My friend , heard it with Burmester mono & preferred it
 

Mike Lavigne

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#83
So?
1 - Q7 and Burmester 909
2 - Q7 and Soulution 701
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N - Q7 and LAMM ML3

About correct?
a friend had Q7's and darTZeel NHB-458's and I'm told that the 458's worked well with Q7's. the 458's had the power and control, and still had that magical 1st watt.

he no longer has the Q7's.
 

audioblazer

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Have u consider Q7 with Vitus Masterpiece mono ? Hans Ole of Vitus is having that combo now
 

Roysen

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a friend had Q7's and darTZeel NHB-458's and I'm told that the 458's worked well with Q7's. the 458's had the power and control, and still had that magical 1st watt.

he no longer has the Q7's.
Hi, Mike.

Reading my post again I realize that it certainly didn't come out as I had intended. What I was asking was really what of the amps mentioned in audioblazers posts should be considered the best match with Magico Q7. To me there is no doubt that the darTZeel NHB-458 would outperform any of those mentioned with the Q7.
 

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