My MPX3 took forever to be delivered, but when I got it it was the most exquisite sound I'd ever heard from recorded music.
Worked mostly flawlessly for ~1yr. It had a special circuit to sense and set heater voltages automatically. This worked ok, but often there wasn't enough power. He provided and external wall wart to juice up the 12v rail. One day when plugging the wire into the little connector on the amp, the plastic socket broke and toasted something inside.
Sent it in for repair months ago, had a little bit of comm, then nada. Our last communication was about setting up the return shipment.
I'd rather have the amp back than the money since I've never heard anything as good, but I'll just have to settle with getting neither.
We may not be able to get a class action suit, but I'd be willing to pitch in to hire a private investigator to see what's up. Depending on the results, I'd also be willing to press charges on interstate fraud, if warranted.
But I'd really just want the amp back.
At this time, I'm donating my entire salary to ensure the rapacious, world economy destroying bankers are getting their "talent retention" bonuses... which are about 10x my yearly salary. Hell, I couldn't lose that much money if I tried. So, as one of the laid off masses losing my kids college funds and retirement funds, a new amp isn't in my future, ever.
C'mon Mikhail, I deserve something for this sob story.