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post #16 of 482
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Originally Posted by Skylab View Post
Thanks! I actually really wish I had ever heard any of the Little Dot amps, but I have not. Their absence from this list is a problem for sure, but I don't want to buy one just to review it, so I'm not sure that there will be a cure.
Very nice reviews. So the WA3+ is the least preferred; not surprising considering its price. And superb effort on compiling and linking to so many reviews. I read them all!
post #17 of 482
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Very nice reviews. So the WA3+ is the least preferred; not surprising considering its price. And superb effort on compiling and linking to so many reviews. I read them all!
Actually it was not the least preferred. But in any case you have understood correctly that in this case I like and can recommend, given the right headphones and budget, all of these amps.
post #18 of 482
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Actually it was not the least preferred. But in any case you have understood correctly that in this case I like and can recommend, given the right headphones and budget, all of these amps.
Thanks for the prompt reply here. I guess I should have taken the review more in context and not hung on to every word of the actual physical review.
post #19 of 482
Nice summary!
..and a great batch of reviews behind it.
post #20 of 482
Great reviews and thank you for the summary.
Keep up the good "work"
post #21 of 482
Sigh;

My tube amp is only 16th on Sky's list...but wait. I use 2 of them..perhaps I'm really 32nd.

Just kidding. Many thanks for your work Sir. Like most others I don't get to listen to many amps. I read reviews. I listen to what I can, and I thank you and the other reviewers who provide a consistent "view" of the sound of things we don't get to hear.

Bazile
post #22 of 482
What? No Little Dots at all?!
post #23 of 482
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What? No Little Dots at all?!
Please read post #4
post #24 of 482
Nice work. Thanks for assembling this list. Without your, and other people's considerable efforts, many of us would be considerably more lost here.
post #25 of 482
You should add price tags after the names, put things in perspective. I'm surprised to see the darkvoice 337 so high, never knew it was any good

edit: thanks for the price tags
post #26 of 482
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You should add price tags after the names, put things in perspective. I'm surprised to see the darkvoice 337 so high, never knew it was any good

edit: thanks for the price tags
Done, to the best of my ability.
post #27 of 482
Thanks for the hard work, Skylab.

Someday, you will have your own celebrity restaurant:
post #28 of 482
Thread Starter 
LMAO!!!! Nice one.
post #29 of 482
Thank you. Nice to see mine at #11 (and this after some much more expensive amps thru my room). I did have the DV337 for some time and you helped with tube selection but I never warmed to it. The mighty little original ASL is hard to beat for the $$ and it's flexibility is wonderful between OTL (Senns) and Trans (Denon's) - I am curious about the new DV3322 however!
Great work!
post #30 of 482
Rob, your value to the Head-Fi community cannot be overstated. Thank you for the hours and hours you spend reviewing equipment and sharing your opinions. People pay money for this kind of information.

I would like to buy you a beer at the next opportunity
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