pass lab owners: can i afford one?

not to buy it - to run it! i just read an old stereophile review of an aleph, and the reviewer said his electric bill went up 40% (gulp) after he got it? can that be right? i have found in the past that the cost of running something involves more than just the rated watts (getting a two hundred dollar increase after running a space heater one winter showed me that). could some pass owners give me an idea of how much of an increase they saw in their electric bills (please not "a lot", in dollars or even a percentage to your best guess). thanx, mike
The question also becomes: What to do with the heat from it in the summer if you are running it 24/7?
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When I first got my Pass amps, I left them on all the time. The bill promptly went through the roof. When not in use now, I promptly turn them off. Waaay too expensive to leave on all the time.
you would have to be an idiot to leave class A amps on 24/7. I know none of us are guilty of (being) that on this forum, so there should be no issue with affording to run the Pass :)
Don't know about straight class A, but on Pass class A/B amps (e.g., X150.5 etc) there is a standby switch. On standby, which is all the time that you're not using the amp, the current draw is "only a few watts", as advised by Pass . Cost is minimal.