Originally Posted by Trogdor
)I have no idea what I'm going to do for SS amplification at this point (I suppose the m902 might fit the bill (my wallet is dead)).
Hey, you've obviously got to do something so go for the T amp! At the very least it'll hold you over until you can get something else. I did own a T amp once. First off, I was amazed that the tiny thing even fired up and took off running. It sounded pretty good with my K-1000's - for all of about 1 minute. Then, after a final crescendo of crackling sounds, it suddenly died. So, I buried it. It turned out that the capacitors had become... incapacitated. Hip, Hip Hooray for the cheap labor and parts that makes certain "bargains" possible! All I remember about the little amp now was that it was clear, detailed, and sorta sharp sounding. Probably would have been a little fatiguing with time. By contrast, my Bryston 2B LP is a very fulsome and warm sounding amp that I can listen to for hours on end without ear fatigue. No trace of the thinness or shrillness that lesser amps impart. So, I wish you the luck that scores of other T amp owners have had so far. I was not one of the "lucky" ones, I guess.