Pictures of my rig with Omega Speakers

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Tomy2Tone

Re: Pictures of my rig with Omega Speakers
« Reply #260 on: 26 Nov 2019, 05:36 am »
Very nice Tori3!

How do you like that Kingko amp?

Tori3

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Re: Pictures of my rig with Omega Speakers
« Reply #261 on: 26 Nov 2019, 07:51 pm »
Appreciate the compliments, guys. The Kingko is a great little amp. I bought this amp direct from the designer/owner, King, prior to a US dealer being identified. With shipping and currency exchange I was right around $830. With the most recent version, Kingko KA-101 Pro, plus the US dealer it’s going for an introductory special of $1100 (I think). I’d be curious to know where the price eventually lands. IMO it pushes way above its weight class with its versatility, fit and finish, and sound it produces.

For some history, I actually cancelled my order of a Decware Select Zen Triode that I had been waiting for, for the Kingko. Fortunately I haven’t had any regrets, but I’m still intrigued by what I’ll find with a small SET amp matched with the Omegas. At the end of the day and to answer your question more precisely about the Kingko, this small PP matches great and still surprises me.

In an ideal world in the future I’d love to have a small SET housed directly next to the Kingko on that credenza - how cool would that be!?

gstitt

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Re: Pictures of my rig with Omega Speakers
« Reply #262 on: 28 Nov 2019, 02:17 pm »
Appreciate the compliments, guys. The Kingko is a great little amp. I bought this amp direct from the designer/owner, King, prior to a US dealer being identified. With shipping and currency exchange I was right around $830. With the most recent version, Kingko KA-101 Pro, plus the US dealer it’s going for an introductory special of $1100 (I think). I’d be curious to know where the price eventually lands. IMO it pushes way above its weight class with its versatility, fit and finish, and sound it produces.

For some history, I actually cancelled my order of a Decware Select Zen Triode that I had been waiting for, for the Kingko. Fortunately I haven’t had any regrets, but I’m still intrigued by what I’ll find with a small SET amp matched with the Omegas. At the end of the day and to answer your question more precisely about the Kingko, this small PP matches great and still surprises me.

In an ideal world in the future I’d love to have a small SET housed directly next to the Kingko on that credenza - how cool would that be!?

I think well implemented EL84 amps, either PP or SE, are a great choice for Omegas!

thebiglebowski

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Re: Pictures of my rig with Omega Speakers
« Reply #263 on: 31 Dec 2019, 05:03 pm »
First post here so hello all  :)

Just got some new (arrived today) Omega CAM and already sounding great after just one hour.

System is:

Omega CAM speakers
Border Patrol SE300B amp
Kondo M7 phono preamp (in for work so currently using an SJS Arcadia Model 7)
Thorens TD124 mk2
Fidelity Research FR64s
Audio Note Io Gold
Audio Note AN-S8 step up
Audio Note 2.1x Signature DAC
Intel NUC running ROON ROCK > USB > Audiophilleo converter.




Jolly

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Re: Pictures of my rig with Omega Speakers
« Reply #264 on: 8 Jan 2020, 03:15 pm »
 Very nice looking system! How is it breaking in?