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Had not heard the Hegel, had the MF M6 500I, excellent amp but I did not like it in my system and got rid of it. I now have the MW KWI-200, for a few years now, it is just a fantastic IA, it seems to do a lot of things right, plenty of power and head room and is able to drive mine 84dB speakers w/o breaking a sweat. If you add a MW LS-100 PA it is even better sounding, for me its a keeper. Good luck in your search.
The Hegel H300 - I owned the Musical Fidelity, and got on the Hegel Route..after listening to the H300 - i only sold it because i want to upgrade to their Power amp H30, Hegels are very neutral, but very musical at the same time.
I must had the H300 little over a year.
The Musical Fidelity, was great too but a tad bit analytical and bright on some recordings, wasn't so stable as the Hegel, but not a bad amp at all.
The Modwright is slightly forward sounding, if you like your music on the brighter side.
I concur about Burt at Seattle HiFi, great guy to deal with. That's where I got my Modwright.
Am surprised re the comment about the Modwright being bright, I don't find that at all. My main issue is it's bass heavy which is why I'm seriously considering switching to the Hegel (which someone else here says he found bass heavy too....yikes)