If you're happy, there is no sense in worrying about what others think.
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Ahhh, yes. The McIntosh love affair. It happened to me as well and I have to say I have not regretted one minute of it and am actually very thankful for it. I continue to audition anything and everything but I always leave the dealer happy to come home to my little McIntosh amp and preamp. They just talk to me is such a sweet, relaxing way with, as you said, bloom and air, perfect coherence and a silky bass to die for. I have listened to many Mc amps and they all have these beautiful qualities. It is simply the type of sound that appeals to me more than any other. So, do as I do and enjoy your McIntosh. Life is good, isn't it? Arthur
Thanks for the replies guys. My post really wasnt about worry as much as the irony of where my ears took me.
Having read forums for months, no doubt ive seen many of the "opinions" regarding the two products I selected. The subjective opinions are exactly that. I have no problems reading about other peoples experiences. On the other hand I could not have selected more polarizing products. Its as if each brand has an underground network of anti-fans! :)
I suspect now that I will gain even more enjoyment reading some of the more provocative threads.
Take care! Vedric