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Someone try the Taurus with a Fostex TH900?

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Bump for a great amp.

 

Anyone compared it against Burson offerings?

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This is where the activity on Auralic product is :)

 

AURALiC owners unite!

http://www.head-fi.org/t/657266/auralic-owners-unite

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Originally Posted by ardilla View Post
 

This is where the activity on Auralic product is :)

 

AURALiC owners unite!

http://www.head-fi.org/t/657266/auralic-owners-unite


Posted there too.


Edited by Andrew_WOT - 10/12/13 at 1:34pm
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Anymore thoughts on this amp or how to get it in the US?

http://www.auralic.com/storelocator.html

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Hi Guys,

 

  I have just changed my Burson Soloist SL to the Taurus Mk II recently, and although it's only a few days and i only listen to it around 20 hours, I am quite amazed how my HE500 (using HE6 cable, XRL input) sound with it compared to the SL (Same cable, in SE of course), although I would say the law of diminishing return comes in this case, but the Taurus really make the HE 500 sound more lively, bass become more tight, with better PRaT.

 

I'd admit this is quite a surprise to me as previously I am in the anti-opamp camp which I believe in the High current demand situation a well built discrete circuit will have an edge on opamp based solution, but as I learn from Mr. Wang of Auralic (which is really really helpful and he did bother to answer all sort of idiotic question based on my own noob curiousity) the Taurus is mainly opamp based. 

 

On a budget case though I still think the Burson is a good versatile option which could put the HE 500 into say 80-90% of the performance on Taurus, but sure this is only my noob death ear's opinion though:beerchug:

 

Regards

Sam

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