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post #91 of 196
It is our memories that remain the same as we see it in our minds.

It's good to remember it. We have lived long enough to have something to remenise about

As for the amp I think all woo amps sound as good as they look and they look majestic and sound elegant.

Al D
post #92 of 196

Looking forward for the budget Woo amp review & how they stack up against the more expensive siblings. Subbed for the WA3 comparison :p 

post #93 of 196
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I just got the cables needed for the WA3 hookup and the WA6. I should have them up and running early in the week and will be working on this as well The WA3 in house has the preamp option also. The WA6 and the WA3 are in the speaker room on my desk.

post #94 of 196

The bookshelf speakers are the new Fritz monitors not yet released. They are a Carbon 7 with a new tweeter and upgraded crossovers.

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post #95 of 196
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Originally Posted by linkebinges View Post
 

The bookshelf speakers are the new Fritz monitors not yet released. They are a Carbon 7 with a new tweeter and upgraded crossovers.

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What are e\you referring to with the book shelf speaker.


Edited by Frank I - 11/29/13 at 7:05am
post #96 of 196
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Originally Posted by 62ohm View Post
 

Looking forward for the budget Woo amp review & how they stack up against the more expensive siblings. Subbed for the WA3 comparison :p 


I, too, am looking forward to this.  I have a WA5 and have been considering picking up a WA3 as an OTL.

post #97 of 196

I lived briefly in Brownsville. The 'Stoop' experience was amazing...

post #98 of 196
Thanks
frank just stirred up some very old memories. If you ask me what I am.
And my answer would be an American. But if you ask me my heritage I'm proud
To be an Italian. It's not any better then Anyone else's it's just mine.
My older brother would always say Italian first and smack me in the head
If he heard my answer. Lol.

Al D
post #99 of 196
How long ago did you live there???
post #100 of 196
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Benen working in the comparison so far and have gotten  the WA222 WA^sE ion paper and the WA7 almost done. Tomorrow I will tackle the WA3 and WA6. I am hoping to get this all completed in three weeks and am making progress towards that  goal date. I will keep you posted and really am loving doing this project. 

post #101 of 196
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Originally Posted by Frank I View Post
 

Benen working in the comparison so far and have gotten  the WA222 WA^sE ion paper and the WA7 almost done. Tomorrow I will tackle the WA3 and WA6. I am hoping to get this all completed in three weeks and am making progress towards that  goal date. I will keep you posted and really am loving doing this project. 

looking forward to it. Doing the 22 and 2 i assume?

post #102 of 196
Thread Starter 

The website will be able to take any two woo amps and compare them side by side. The 2 and 22 are very different one is single ended and the other is a balanced topology.  One is OTL and the other is transformer coupled and both sound excellent. 

post #103 of 196

Yep. To get the best out of the WA22, you will need to feed it with a true balanced source.

post #104 of 196
I'm been a longtime admirer of Woo amps.

Their rugged design always evokes mental images of American Steel mills and M1 Abrams tanks.

Really look forward to reading Frank's detailed impressions. smily_headphones1.gif

Maybe Dubstep Girl can start an Epic Woo tube rolling thread after that ? wink.gif
post #105 of 196
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Originally Posted by DarknightDK View Post
 

Yep. To get the best out of the WA22, you will need to feed it with a true balanced source.

The balanced source does sound excellent with the WA22

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