the push/pull grunt of the vtl should work fine with the eggston fontaines......nice system.
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Hi there, I am sure it will work well, I tried a few including the VTL and also the BAT VK60, very nice to be honest. I decided to go Solid State though, big fan of the Esotar tweeters, I feel it needs the power to do full justice. I tried a few Krells and worked wonderfully and also the Krell integrateds....ended up with Rowlands. Magical.
Rowland, Audience Cables for everything, SCD1 source all plugged into Richard Grays and all isolations devices I could get my hands on, I now only spend money on CD's and LP's....
Enjoy since its a good choice made.
Im using the ST-85 directly from an Ayon CD1s to a pair of
The room is 18 X 23 and the VTL manages it better than Bel canto class D S300 even when I biamplified with another s300 ( actually a 300i on bypass mode).
The ST-85 is just enough for complex demanding passages but
I feel more power is better there . Performs well on the 90%-95% of the music I listen to.
I just bought a pair of VTL MB-125 from a fellow Agoner and waiting to test them. Im quite sure them will get the last drop of juice there.
As a final comment , there is no other PP 2 x el34 @ channel that can manage in such an efortless way than the st-85.