Vinyl and Tube Dude wrote:Thanks!
The reason you never heard of Audio Classic is because it's a small danish firm. One man and a few helpers. He makes really good equipment in SE and push pull amps and RIAA. His prices are reasonable because he sells them himself and he offers good service too. Some people pays for custom build amps too, but I'm quite happy with the "stock" amps, although I had a tapeloop added so I can use my headphone amp with both DAC and CD player. The site is only in danish, but here's a link anyway. If you press on no. 2 and no. 3 on the left "For-forstærkere" (pre amps) Forstærkere (amps), you can at least see photos of the amps if you wish.
Vinyl and Tube Dude wrote:For some reason, I only get's post notifications a few times on threads if I don't write myself. So a late answer, yes, they do sound very smooth and detailed and with a firm and rather deep bass. And I can end this thread by telling that I now know what I want for a finale upgrade. This year I save up money and enjoy the TT and speakers I got. In 2012 I'll buy an Audio Note TT one and a Michell TecnoArm (nearly same price as AN arm one) and I'll go for Klipsch Heresy III speakers. I love the "klipsch sound" and are quite happy with my speakers but need more detail. I have heard my amp on expencive Audio Note speakers and a good TT and it can really deliver a detailed sound that my RB61's can't match.