No one can tell you what any amp will sound like in your room, with your speakers. Too many variables. Every room will have standing waves that create peaks and nulls, that predominately impact the bass to mid-bass frequencies. Every amp will sound differently with various speaker systems and their particular reactive impedance curves. That dynamic is also generally most noticed in the bass & mid-bass regions. Different speaker system designs will also generate differing amounts of, "Back EMF" that will impact an amp's behavior in degrees that depend on it's damping factor. Here are some things that should make my statements a bit clearer: (http://sound.westhost.com/patd.htm) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrical_characteristics_of_dynamic_loudspeakers) (http://education.lenardaudio.com/en/05_speakers_3.html) (http://www.crownaudio.com/media/pdf/amps/136224.pdf)(http://www.recordingmag.com/resources/resourceDetail/225.html) Like I said, "Lots of variables."
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