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Well credit to Stereophile for publishing it, they could have just burred it or got a new unit.
As for the D'Agostino, there is always a love fest around them but I don’t get it. The progression monos sounded ok/good on a wilson audio wilson alexia 2 but the audio research gear on the Sasha 2 30s later sounded better to me… less hard and less forced, all in all more enjoyable and I am not a AR fan (too soft for me). Maybe the ones I heard had “shipping” damage lol.
Does not matter though as I would not shell out $45k for any amp so I am just the peanut gallery.
" We can do this better because it measures better, and it does this better. It was more about technology than listening. But at D'Agostino, we listen a lot. Listening is the most important thing, not how it measures.""
When I was at a demo about 5 years ago where Dan D said similar words about how he designs his amps I was not impressed. I knew those amps were not for me. Different stokes for different folks.