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SE34I.32 1 Decware Zen Triode Integrated (Read 354 times)
RoyMercer
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SE34I.32 1 Decware Zen Triode Integrated
10/24/12 at 14:37:37
 
Only two days old. The amp looks and sounds wonderful. I bought this amp to use for my center channel but even bridged for 12 watts I don't think it has quite enough power to keep up with my Torii MKII. It is so close but in the long run I don't think I will be happy with it for home theater. I have used it for about two hours. No 12 week wait and you save some money. Below is the config I purchased. It will come with the stock tubes. Price is frim at $1,200 + shipping and I will split paypal fees with the buyer. Unit will ship from 64118 zip code.

Thanks for looking,

Steve A.


SE34I.32 1 Decware Zen Triode Integrated $1,449.00 amplifier 6 watts Configuration 2 - Single pair of input jacks - one volume control Select Voltage: 110/120 Volts Wood Base: Black Figured Base Tube Compliment: Ship with tubes 6N2P Option: No additional tubes Treasures: No additional output tubes Volume Control: 20 position gold contact stepped attenuator - adds $100 Outputs: No line level outputs Signal Capacitors: Decware's Audiophile signal capacitors Knob: Ebony Knob.
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