I HAVE A T7SL PREAMP WITH PHONO STAGE, PLINIUS 8200P MkII AND DYNAUDIO 1.3SE. VERY FINE. IT HAS BEEN THE BIGGEST IMPROVEMENT IN MY SYSTEM. TRANSPARENT AND VERY MUSICAL.NOW I´M LOOKING FOR A FET-VALVE AMP.
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I bought one of the first T7s in May 2002. It has become my favorite audio device. It has great dynamics, imparting CD - like range to vinyl. The linestage is dead black; a friend recently remarked that we were carrying on a normal conversation with the volume cranked up, just adjusting to the quieter patches for our patter. Someone mentioned a slight lack of soundstage and imaging. These factors are so room and source dependent as to make this a moot arguement. I am running Mackie H824s powered nearfield monitors that have a very wide, shallow wave guide around the tweeter, this design produces a wide soundstage and good imaging. My wife's favorite guitarist is Roy Buchanan, I used to consider him a a master of technique with only a modicum of taste, the T7 shows his genius with attack and decay I have not heard on any other peamp except the Lamm II during my last two years of auditioning and research.