Which integrated amplifier .
I will be giving my daughter my audio system soon . You see , I've been fighting with lung cancer for the past 7 years .
Recently my oncologist told me he has exhausted all possible treatment options available and even though they have slowed the growth they haven't stopped it .
So he deemed me incurable . That being said , I'm preparing everything , leaving my audio system to my daughter .
Doc says its called sarcoma and that its one of those type of cancer dificult to treat . Enough of that . So I'm preparing myself . I wouldn't like to give my daughter my audio system as it is , Its to complicated and she knows nothing of it . She loves the way it sounds but knows absolutely nothing of stereo hardware .
That being as it is , to simplify I was thinking of trading in my preamp and amp for a decent sounding integrated . What complicates things a bit is that my speakers are kind of power hungry , Magnepan MG12 , so the integrated has to be a high current design .
My present amp which Im willing to trade is a Mcormack DNA 125 . It's great with the maggies as it pumps out up to 65 amps of current making. my maggies sing .Preamp is a Elekit TU-8500 tube preamp with all the mods installed including upgraded capacitors in line stage and resistors in phono stage .
So anyone know of a low cost integrated of high current , capable of moving Magnepan MG12 ? I would really apreciate any suggestion .
I know there are some excellent units in the market but they are all very expensive and for someone living with social security , well , you get my drift . One unit I was looking at is from rogue audio but if possible for simplicity of use Solid State would be better for my daughter.
Can you imagine ! I got to sit down with her and explain how to use the turntable , connect everything . What goes where . A integrated would simplify things . Thank you guys for your suggestions in advance . God bless and stay safe .