there is a upgraded cyclops on audiocircle for 900 bucks. and i won't have the cash til next month. haha just the way it goes.
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thanks for the advice. i read a review that stated "jaw-dropping" performance from the khartago. plus you can send it back for upgrades. what i am wondering about and i suppose i should call Klaus is should i buy a khartago or cyclops. there is only one input but i can work around that with a dac with multiple inputs. or would that be defeating the purpose? i think i will go the route that is most "jaw-dropping". hah
The Khartago was rated very highly by TAS. I personally own a Stratos and it is an amazing amp. The Khartago is a lot of amp for very little $$$. It also comes with a 20 year transferrable warranty and the build quality is incredible for the price. If you were to buy the amp through a dealer, it would probably cost over 3K. It would definitely be my choice. The Cyclops is a Khartago with a preamp built in.
A member of our audiophile club recently did a comparison of a bunch of solid state amps for the front channels of a home theater system and there was a Khatego and a parasound classic in the group. He bought the Khartego and said it was much better than any of the other amps. I used to have a Khartego and it is very nice