I have a Jadis Orchestra Reference tubed amplifier mated to a small pair of Triangle Titus's in my den. Nice sound, but was much better mated to an old pair of Harmon Kardon Sixtys in the living room.
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I'm looking to eventually start a second system. I can't seem to get excited about any other speaker besides Triangles, which I currently own (Zerius). I'm using the Zerius in my main system on an Audio Space Int. My Idea is to get another pair of Triangles to hook up to a SS Integrated Amp to run 2ch off of a TV. Looking at a Krell 400x so far. Just getting ideas :)
Titus ES with tandberg 2080 receiver, 1981 vintage, with a M&K subwoofer in a two channel home audio/video system. The sound is smooth, detailed, and superb overall. I also use speakers from Ohm and Dynaudio in other rooms with different electronics. The Triangles compare very favorably. I like these speakers very much.
I'm now running my Titus 202s with a Musical Fidelity A3CR. Very nice. I also use them with a vintage NAD 7020 receiver for 2 channel A/V. I like this combo for video but not so much for audio. The old NAD has a lot of bang for its size but does not bring out the detail the Titus are capable of. The Titus also pair well with my M&K V1-B sub to fill in the bottom end. Going off a recommendation on the ACI site for their subs, I plugged the ports in the Triangles and adjusted the low pass filter on the sub up to about 80Hz in an attempt to shift more bass load to the sub...this worked very nicely and produces a smoother transition to a top notch bottom end.