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My Torii MK III at nine months... (Read 1218 times)
Douger
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My Torii MK III at nine months...
03/12/13 at 01:01:22
 
This amp just administers my music with the splendor that has been promised! It has been good since I picked it up, and has been getting better steadily. Three days ago I played Johnny Cash's The Man Comes Around and got much more depth than before, and everything is very smooth and open every time.
Decware really rocks, thanks Steve, Devon and Sarah, and all technicians!
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Re: My Torii MK III at nine months...
Reply #1 - 07/08/13 at 14:09:00
 
Ditto!
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Reply #2 - 07/12/13 at 20:43:52
 
On the build waiting list for the Torii MK3, still a long way to go, and I'm jealous.  Happy for you.  If you had to single out one attribute of this amp that you like the most what is it?
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Re: My Torii MK III at nine months...
Reply #3 - 08/06/13 at 17:17:51
 
I'm about 7 months into my Torii Mk3... but only recently has it been hitched up to the speakers I always intended it to be paired with... Audio Nirvana cast frame 12" Alnico's in a 5.6 cu.ft. box... and the results are exceeding my expectations... clearly the best sound I've ever had in my rig.. and competes with the best I've ever heard anywhere at any price.
The Torii sounded good with other speakers, but there is something very special going on between the Torii and the high-efficiency, crossoverless variety of speakers.  I have hitched very good sounding solid state amps to the Audio Nirvana's (several different ss amps actually), and they sound thin, etched and veiled compared to the Torii.  Even though the solid state amps excel on other more conventional speakers.  Other tube amps do better on the AN's than any of the SS amps I've tried, but the Torii will make you just get lost in the music and puts you "in the room" with the performers.  I have never heard a piano or stand up bass sound so "real" via a stereo system... never.  The improvement is profound, stunning actually.
If you have high-efficiency, single full-range driver, crossoverless type of speakers - GET IN THE TORII QUEUE - ASAP.. you have not yet heard your speakers until you hear them with a Torii providing the watts......
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Decware Torii MK3, Wyred4Sound DAC2, Theta Digital Miles, Emotiva UMC-1, Emotiva XPA-5, Aesthetix Calypso, Marsh P200b, Martin Logan Vista, Audio Nirvana 12" Alnico's, PS Audio PW P5, Goertz, Kimber, Nordost and DIY wires, PSA pwr cords, I'm outta room..
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Douger
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Re: My Torii MK III at nine months...
Reply #4 - 12/17/13 at 21:02:42
 
JSM71,please forgive me for taking so long... Sometimes I post and forget it! I would have to say that detail and definition are what grab me the most. My Tannoy  Canterbury SE's load my room pretty perfectly and do a very listenable job at very low volume. The Mark III is very clear and natural and does carry me away.
I trust you are experiencing the same by now!
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