True. The thing with my UHA4 though was the clarity focus on the mid-range (it became very noticeable after 50 hours of burn in. Like the spotlight was on the mid-range. Not exactly emphasis but transparency/clarity was focused on that area over the other 2 frequencies which I really like. It draws your attention to the mid-range and makes for a very enjoyable sound. But then again you'll get comments from people who don't think an amp can have transparency properties or add more of it to a recording. This is not the case at all IMO. With the UHA6 MKII it can actually go overboard for my tastes and show you too much of the flaws in a recording. Even flaws that are not apart of the actual track itself but from conversion from analog to digital (digital artifacts) YMWV.
Edited by lee730 - 9/6/12 at 3:15pm