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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by grawk View Post
Lots of people disagree with you on that, considering one VERY well regarded balanced amp, the GS-X, is effectively a balanced dynalo.
Aren't the GS-X modules completely different now? I thought Justin updated them?
post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by philodox View Post
Aren't the GS-X modules completely different now? I thought Justin updated them?
Not yet, he's waiting on some replacements for some recently obsolete parts to come out.
post #18 of 23
Presonus Central Station has balanced inputs and outputs for around $400.

I agree and would rather have a better single ended amp than an inexpensive balanced amp.
post #19 of 23
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Originally Posted by philodox View Post
Aren't the GS-X modules completely different now? I thought Justin updated them?

This wouldn't really change the opinions expressed about the GS-Xs that ARE balanced dynalos.
post #20 of 23
Well, no...
post #21 of 23
The Sweidsh made Harmony Design EAR90 can be made fully balanced (not a balanced PSU though) for less than $1000 and it sounds great.
post #22 of 23
I don't know your definition of "inexpensive," but the RudiStor NX-33 at $1300 shipped is a great little SE & balanced amp. It has the added benefit that you can use single-ended sources and still gain the benefit of the balanced topography (although a fully balanced source would be ideal). I have this amp and love it.
post #23 of 23
alex (ayt999 of wyvern audio fame) made a balanced cmoy and a transformer balancing box that apparently does a decent job.
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