buy more CDs or buy more parts to upgrade amp?
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I'm sort of in a dilemma. I could either buy 4 CDs and 1 DVD or spend the money on Handmade/Percy to upgrade my DIY amp.

Any suggestions?

I know I should enjoy the music. but DIY is nice too.

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upgrade your amp. . . you can always buy music later.


what kind of an amp do you have, btw?
 
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The only problem with that reasoning is that it also works the other way around. I can buy the CDs now. I can always upgrade the amp in the future.

As for my DIY amp, check my signature, really nice design by Kevin Gilmore. Well the amp is sounding quite nice and I don't think upgrading it would make alot of perceivable difference.

Thanks for the reply though.


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Buy more CD's! Looks like you have a very good rig already. If you're enjoying your current amp, I'd say keep it. Especially if you think upgrading wouldn't make alot of perceivable difference.
 
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I was joking a bit when I said what I said. Sure, buy the cds! OR, to throw you in a loop, some headphones. . .
 
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Check out your local library or nearby city libraries for CD's. They sometimes have some good stuff.
 
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Quote:

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Check out your local library or nearby city libraries for CD's. They sometimes have some good stuff.


The university where I work for has a good collection of classical music. I just classical music.


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