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Curious to know your thoughts on the GSX-II vs Schiit Ragnarok
I'm curious too, more so about the GS-X Mini vs the Ragnarok since they're in the same price range. I haven't come across a Ragnarok in my travels yet. Though I've never come across a class AB amp that sounds as natural to me as a nice Gilmore designed class A amp.
I love the fact that Justin still retain the loop out/pre amp out with toggle switch in a very desktop friendly package. Man I want one already.
If the mini is Class A and almost the price of the Ragnarok then relatively the mini is much cheaper
Every Dynalo is pure class A, inherent to the design so no worries there.
The gsx mk ii sounds like everything and nothing, such is its transparency.
I'm guessing the mini should have similar qualities.
For sure, that quality extends down even to the Gilmore Lite Mk2, just not to the same degree of course. The GS-X Mk2 was my introduction to such high quality and truthful amps; ever since then I have only been interested in such amps and I will never go back, having gone from a Pure BiPolar (very similar to this) to the KGSSHV Carbon. Maximum transparency for the win!
The transparency can be frustrating at times yet rewarding at other times. One is able to tune the sound using cables or sources. A truly great amp.
I wish we had more news on it. I want to know the expected launch
I'll be sure to ask in person next month (unless a date is already announced before then).
Its going to be debuted at RMAF i believe.
It's live at RMAF now. Pre-order is open on our website. Brief overview is that it gives balanced drive from a single-ended source, 4W into 50ohms, discrete power supply, XLR and RCA preamp outputs. $1795 with Alps Blue potentiometer, $1995 with DACT attenuator. Shipping early 2019.
Delicious! Also, only $200 more for the stepped attenuator seems like a bargain considering the cost of it. Granted the amp in general is a bargain compared to other solid states.
That looks like a spectacular amp - I hope you sell truckloads. You should!