• 09-08-2004, 07:27 PM
    joesakic
    HELP...Musical Fadelity Amp
    I am now looking for around $1500 integrated amp.
    I have tried the Musical fadelity A3.2, it just super.
    no matter the high, mid and bass is perfect for me. (at least for my entry level audiophile)
    Can anyone help me for this amp, any pros and cons on it.
    Plus, if within $1500 budget, any suggestion for better integrated amp.
    Thanks.
  • 09-08-2004, 10:32 PM
    RGA
    What are you going to run it with. I can give you others to consider but it is still up to you and itwill depend on whether I'm familiar with your speakers. There are a few in that price range I prefer to MF though. But some may be tougher for you to find.
  • 09-09-2004, 07:17 PM
    joesakic
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by RGA
    What are you going to run it with. I can give you others to consider but it is still up to you and itwill depend on whether I'm familiar with your speakers. There are a few in that price range I prefer to MF though. But some may be tougher for you to find.


    My Setup: Vienna Acoustic Hadyn bookshelf speaker (89 db in 6 ohm)
    Cambrige Audio 640C cd player (will buy next week)

    Thanks
  • 09-10-2004, 07:16 AM
    lumiere
    Hi.
    I have the MF 3.2 and I love it.I listen to (almost) all kinds of music, with an emphasis on jazz, and this amp never lets me down. Like RGA said, it's up to you and your taste. But, for my money, it's an excelent choice and I think would be great with your speakers.

    Cheers
  • 09-29-2004, 08:16 AM
    Schuesmp
    Hello,

    Creek 5350SE (my favorite of the three)
    Unison Research Piccolo
    Unison Research Unico

    The Musical Fidelity A3.2 is wonderful, but you might prefer one of the three listed above.