GaN amps: Peachtree or LSA Voyager?

Peachtree 400 and LSA Voyager GaN amps: Does anyone have direct experience with both of these amps? Can you comment on any differences that might exist in sound? I know the internals are supposed to be the same but even if that is true implementation can make a difference. Both are highly regarded by those who own them.

Might also be helpful if you listed the rest of your system (Pre and speakers).

My current system is: Bricasti M3 DAC; Rogue RP-7 (NOS) pre; Bel Canto Ref600M amps; Fyne F1-8 speakers.

Thanks in advance!


I read good things about SET 120 amplifier. The monoblocks seem to share the same design strategy with more power and perhaps some refinement. Shouldn't be a bad choice. Keep us posted.

@niodari Just got a notice that they have shipped. Fingers crossed!

@tweak1 I ordered a couple of add-ons from Ric. Other than that I will have to see how the amps perform. 


Having been both a dealer and an audiophile for many decades, and having owned plenty of amps, including SS, tube, and hybrids, after 1.5 years owning a Voyager, there really isn’t much in the $3K range that comes close, new or used. Any perceived shortcomings are likely coming from what is upstream from it, be they components, cables, iso/vib control, PLC, quality of the electricity, lack of quality contact enhancements, or downstream; speakers, room treatments... so if you can get any money off the $3K, it’s a bonus

@tweak1 thanks for the update.

Price-range is important but SQ is much more important. Even so, Orchard mono blocks are i think arround $1500, i don't really need much power and apparently they sound clean. I may still be tented to take Voyager for about 2k.