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http://www.sonicflare.com/archives/review-virtue-audio-sensation-m451-integrated-amplifier.phpAnother review from Sean Fowler. Sean much prefers the battery power to the PS that Seth sent him. Also was not a big fan of the tube buffer, at least on PS power.Link works now.
WC - I'm impressed by how quickly you were able to spot that review. Thanks for pointing it out!
WC - I'm impressed by how quickly you were able to spot that review. Thanks for pointing it out! And yep, as good as the stock M451 is, the battery driven unit is even better (to my ears)!Cornelis - Hell, I'll be the first to admit that the cables tasked to filter juice into my abode are far and away from standing as the holy grail of electrical transmission lines. They're OK at best.With that said, if my lines were truly that unflattering, I'd have never gotten into hi-fi in the first place if that meant having to deal with all the noise... noise... noise... Thankfully, most amplifiers that I buy or test exhibit either very mild mechanical noise, or none at all. The issues I encountered were exclusive to the JT Dynamic PS - regardless of the gear that I attached to it, regardless of the outlets that I used, and regardless of the home that I put it in. So does this mean that the unit supplied to me was defective? Maybe. I'm not an electrical engineer, nor will I pretend to be. When I submitted my initial concerns to Virtue - the idea of a defective unit was never brought up. Anyways, at the end of the day, I'm glad that the power supply is working for you, as it's a great sounding unit. Also, your results only further support the notion that just because one person runs into an issue, doesn't mean that everyone will. Tis's the beauty (and sometimes curse) of hi-fi.
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