Tone Audio: Amp of the Year 2017: CJ ART 150 (Review)

LL21

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DaveyF

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Thanks Lloyd for posting this. I rarely have an opportunity to listen to the CJ gear, for some reason they do not seem to get much exposure here in the brick and mortars- and I don't know anybody who seems to keep their gear???
 

LL21

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Thanks Lloyd for posting this. I rarely have an opportunity to listen to the CJ gear, for some reason they do not seem to get much exposure here in the brick and mortars- and I don't know anybody who seems to keep their gear???
Hey DaveyF,

Sadly, one of my favorite dealers closed their doors after 30-40 years in MA...a big CJ dealer. Its where I bought all my CJ stuff for 20 years. Yes, it is hard to hear some of this stuff...
 
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LL21

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Thanks - it is always great to see news from cj. The higher power KT150 allowed them to reduce the number of tubes to half, needing less drive, and accordingly they have now only two 6922 as small tubes - they return to their old preferred tubes!

I would love to listen to the ART300's - IMHO they should be the perfect amplifiers to anyone owning a GAT2!
speaking of which...you have switched your signature block back to CJ GAT? I think it is time for you to try the CJ GAT 2 and ART 300s!!!
 
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speaking of which...you have switched your signature block back to CJ GAT? I think it is time for you to try the CJ GAT 2 and ART 300s!!!
Hi, we just did that. simply stunning. Driving the Isis the right way. Perfect integration - top to bottom. You need to hear the low end to believe. And these are difficult speakers to drive.

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