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post #46 of 53
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Originally Posted by Mulo View Post
So if this is a three-way review, which amp does the bass, the mids, and the treble, ultimately?
Have you read the review? I pretty much said it all there.
post #47 of 53

Easier To Ask Than To Read Eh!

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Originally Posted by Asr View Post
Have you read the review? I pretty much said it all there.
For $125.00 the Mini^3:-0

I'm just hoping Rockhopper can keep up with Miguel's recommendations
post #48 of 53
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Just updated this review with a new part 8!
post #49 of 53
Killer review asr. Very detailed and helpful. Just a little confused though. You said you would recommend the Gilmore lite v2 over the ae2 for the ad2000 right?
post #50 of 53
Thread Starter 
That's right, I do recommend the Gilmore Lite over the AE-2 for the AD2000. The AE-2 is a fine amp for the AD2000 on its own but if you don't need a portable amp, the Gilmore Lite is much better.
post #51 of 53
Really interesting review ! Thank you. I wonder which one between the Mini3 and the Hornet would be a better "all arounder" though... (sorry for the junior headfier question but I am actually going to purchase one of them for sure... ;-) )
post #52 of 53
I preferred the Mini3 over the Hornet M side-by-side.
post #53 of 53
itsborken > Thanks for your answer... It's good to know, especially considering your taste in music as I share the same
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