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post #196 of 1469
love this thread!

but i have a question, since no one is posting the price..are most of these nice looking amps $1000+?

is there anything <$500 that looks nice?
post #197 of 1469
You be the judge - my Ming-da MC84C-07 - $400:

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post #200 of 1469
You be the judge - my Ming-da MC84C-07 - $400:
Skylab's Ming-da gets my vote. I appreciate its aesthetic strengths.
post #201 of 1469
Good looking (IMO)

post #202 of 1469
Originally Posted by Afrikane View Post
Personally, Frank Cooter's creations never fail to induce slackjaw: (photo credits to our very own scorche)

Click pic for super massive goodness:
Amen! Franks amps both SOUND and look delightful. I LOVED hearing his stuff. Awesome awesome.
post #203 of 1469
Don't forget Opera!

post #204 of 1469
If you have 15 grand to burn, besides their untouchable sound quality, I wouldn't kick these monoblocks out of my system:

post #205 of 1469
Darkvoice 3322:

photo taken from http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f5/rev...3322-a-406368/
post #206 of 1469
Darkvoice 3322 need bigger tubes to go into the category of one of the best looking tube amps
post #207 of 1469
bigger isn't always better... :-)
post #208 of 1469
Do hybrids count (in particular those without exposed tubes)? If so, the Tenor flagship 350M is particularly pleasing on the eye.

post #209 of 1469
that tenor is GORGE-OUS!!
post #210 of 1469
My favorite in the looks department has always been this beauty from Leben.

If I had speakers that warranted such a beast, I would audition this first.
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