Hi, Yamski. Go with what you like. You have already decided whioh amp you prefer. Just relax and enjoy. Happy listening. cheers, bluenose
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I couldn't agree with Bluenose more! I spent many years with a system I didn't like, all because I upgraded to componants that did sound better than what it was replacing, but it still wasn't what I was looking for.
Over the past few years I have achieved a level of performance I am happy with, but until then, I was happier with my little Denon integrated I had in the 80's, which a friend is still using; it wasn't as detailed as what I replaced it with, but I enjoyed the music.
Don't get caught up in "names".
No, you're definitely not going crazy, Yamski. Rather, you have just been introduced to the realm of vintage audio gear lust; a very legitimate alternative/opposite end of the spectrum to chasing the so-called latest and greatest. Why not just sit back for a while and ENJOY the fruits of your happenstance. Next thing you know, you might just find yourself itching to log onto the Asylum's "Vintage" forum at, http://www.audioasylum.com/forums/vintage/bbs.html