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    My M-125's

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    Md Hifi
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    My M-125's

    Post by Md Hifi on Sat Jan 15, 2011 3:08 am

    I finished building my twin m-125's. Waiting for my pas3-Z chassis to come so i build it and complete the set. Will be running these with a set of klipsch rf-7 II's. Bob was phenomenal and always quick to respond to my issues. Thanks BOB!

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    Re: My M-125's

    Post by Newportcycle on Sun Jan 16, 2011 1:54 pm

    Md Hifi wrote:I finished building my twin m-125's. Waiting for my pas3-Z chassis to come so i build it and complete the set. Will be running these with a set of klipsch rf-7 II's. Bob was phenomenal and always quick to respond to my issues. Thanks BOB!

    Very anxious to hear how you like them. Please post a listening report as soon as you're able.

    Md HiFi
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    Re: My M-125's

    Post by Md HiFi on Sat Jan 29, 2011 1:46 am

    Right now i have them hooked up to the pre-out of a Denon DRA-545R stereo receiver from 1990. Im in the process of finishing up my VTA-Z preamp. At least i can listen to them while i do stuff. Im running a pair of klipsch rf-7 II's with them and they sound great! I had them up so loud that you had to cover your ears, and they were perfect. No distortion at loud volume, unlike if i had them hooked directly up the the denon. i mostly keep the amps in triode mode. I ordered a nice 5 tiered stand to put all of the equipment on so it looks nice, dont mind the mess in the pictures. For music im still looking for a phonograph but in the meantime im using a marantz na-7004 to stream music and or play flac files.

    Im using gold lion KT88's and a GZ33 rectifier.

    here are some pics:

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    Listens2tubes

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    Re: My M-125's

    Post by Listens2tubes on Sun Jan 30, 2011 1:55 pm

    TUBES!!!! Sweet!!!! Those babies sure look great! If they sound the same you've gonna enjoy them for a long time. bounce

    Wntrmute
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    Re: My M-125's

    Post by Wntrmute on Mon Jan 31, 2011 10:02 am

    As your building that pre-amp, could you post a few pics? I'm a novice kit builder who is interested in building that pre-amp. How are the instructions?
    Dave

    Md HiFi
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    Re: My M-125's

    Post by Md HiFi on Mon Jan 31, 2011 12:57 pm

    i am a novice also, so im going to be building the preamp with my cousin. ill take pics along the way. the amps came with flawless step by step instructions, which makes it foolproof even for novices. the preamp instructions are a little vague when it comes to the wiring and is missing the PCU wiring instructions. the pcb's were easy to build.

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