Dulcet and 30 wpc tube integrated?

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greg7

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Dulcet and 30 wpc tube integrated?
« on: 7 Oct 2007, 03:27 am »
I can't demo the Dulcet. So, is 30 tube watts adequate for the Dulcet in a smaller room? I've been told by dealers that the Dulcet seems to want a fair amount of power to "wake up". Also, are the Dulcets "bright" or "ragged" in any way from your experience? I suspect they're a bit forward but are they "smooth" as well? (assuming the front end is good, which it is in my case).

sherod

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Re: Dulcet and 30 wpc tube integrated?
« Reply #1 on: 28 Oct 2007, 02:59 am »
As long as you have a good 30W tube amp with a big power supply, in a small room, you should have adequate loudness from your Dulcet. I currently have a pair of Dulcet in a meduim-sized room powered by a pair of VAC monoblock amps( 70W) and the sound is amazingly musical and natural. The Dulcet, with their wonderful soft dome tweeter, are never ragged or bright. They are revealing, so if you are getting brightness or raggedness, look elsewhere in your system for the cause. The Dulcet are monitors and they speak with one voice of musical truth. Enjoy your Dulcet. I'm keeping mine for life.

samtheman

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Re: Dulcet and 30 wpc tube integrated?
« Reply #2 on: 30 Oct 2007, 07:20 am »
Hi,guys i just test integrated Copland csa-28 hybrid amp and my opinion is Dulcet need best amps and source.I have allso Wadia 15 ,Teac VRDS-10,Nakamichi PA-7e combo feelings is impressive strong mybe too much good voice not so much musical aspects.Current set up now is Copland cda-289 player,Nak PA-7,Nak CA-7 power pre,Zu Varial, Acoustic Zen Satori cabling.Rack and stands are Soundorganisations.
best regards Sami