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    Prima Luna Pro Logue Two and Vandersteen Cs2 Signature ?!

    Hello everybody !

    I wander if anyone has some experience with regard to the matching of an integrated valve amp Prima Luna Pro Logue Two and the Vandersteen Cs 2 Signature loudspeakers, as i may buy them ?! Any ideas, suggestions, thoughts ?! I am new into the stereo hi-fi, but still want the best for the money.

    Thank you,


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    the primaluna's are exellent products in their price range. But I think that you'll enjoy your vandersteens more if you feed them slightly more power.

    you could buy the primaluna prologue 3 (the preamp) and then buy a SS (solid state) power amp, a parasound Halo A23 or a Rotel RB-1070 or a pimare, ...
    if you want to go the integrated route, you might also be interested in a manley stingray or a jolida integrated.

    What's your budget? and how big is your room? Tubes sound very good, warmer than any solid state, but they are quite expensive, and need more maintenance...
    ooh, btw, check audiogon too, there are lots of good things there offered for a good price

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