Mike, how many watts per channel?
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LaK> The Moth Si 2a3 is rated 3wpc. Yet I've read, or heard from end-users that it is a very robust amp, that puts out a BIG, meaty, ballsy sound with killer bass. Sounding more like a 15-20 wpc amp. We'll see, thats why I'm mating the two; to see for myself what this specific combo will do in my particular application. I feel it is a "good risk". MikE
MikE, The Sonatinas look like a sweet speaker, unfortunately I have not heard them. No dealer around me! I read a post on AudiogoN that said that a small watt amp like yours and mine will not make the Sonatinas sing the way we want them to. I don’t know if that is true or not. Please keep me posted if you don’t mind. When you find out send me an email through AudiogoN when you have the time. Thanks in advance! Larry
Rodger Modjeski, the designer of my Music Reference RM-10 amp makes low noise a high priority for driving high efficiency or horn speakers. The RM-10 has an unweighted noise level of .03 mV, for most amps it's 1 to 5 mV. This is obviously important for very efficient speakers and especially so at low listening levels. I'd check this spec for making a decision on which SET to buy, or just get an RM-10, which is the best amp I've ever heard in terms of imaging, timbre and musicality.