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    Nad 2600a?

    currently using a late eighties Denon 55 W int. amp., looking to upgrade a two channel vinyl only system. Wondering if this would enough of a step up to be worth the effort

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    Need more information. What kind of speakers. What kind of music and how loud. Room description.
    ARC SP9 MKIII preamp,VPI HW19jr, Rega RB300
    Marcof PPA1 head amp, Shure, Sumiko, Ortofon carts
    Marantz CD63SE CD,Yamaha DVD-S1800, MSB DAC
    Accuphase T101 tuner,Nakamichi LX-5, ZX-7 Teac V-7010
    Lexicon MC8 surround processor
    2 Adcom GFA-545,2 radically modified Dynaco MK3's,2 bridged Crown XLS-402, Paradigm X-30, Behringer CX2310, DSP1124P
    2 12" Transmission Line Subs (PASS DIY El-Pipe-O), Acoustat Spectra 22 ESL's (fronts), Acoustat Model 1 ESL's/SPW-1 Woofer (rears)

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    ok, Klipsch Forte speakers in a large sq. foot area basement. need more power for the rare times i want to blast but would like to get a nice sound improvement with a change. the NAD popped up locally. system is exclusively vinyl so looking for a good phono section

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    Used or new?
    ARC SP9 MKIII preamp,VPI HW19jr, Rega RB300
    Marcof PPA1 head amp, Shure, Sumiko, Ortofon carts
    Marantz CD63SE CD,Yamaha DVD-S1800, MSB DAC
    Accuphase T101 tuner,Nakamichi LX-5, ZX-7 Teac V-7010
    Lexicon MC8 surround processor
    2 Adcom GFA-545,2 radically modified Dynaco MK3's,2 bridged Crown XLS-402, Paradigm X-30, Behringer CX2310, DSP1124P
    2 12" Transmission Line Subs (PASS DIY El-Pipe-O), Acoustat Spectra 22 ESL's (fronts), Acoustat Model 1 ESL's/SPW-1 Woofer (rears)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeE SP9
    Used or new?
    its used (didnt know they were still around) made in eighties i think.

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    bump, in case somebody here now knows this equipment.

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