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Old 10-29-2018, 02:53 PM
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I've been happy with my Pass monoblocks since I got them in 2013. A solid performer.

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Old 10-14-2019, 08:11 PM
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I auditioned a Pass int 60 a week ago. I was extremely impressed to say the least. And that's after spending about 1/2 hour auditioning my next amp, a Gryphon Diablo 300. So, the int 60 can perform with the very best. The int 60 sounded about as good but a little different. And the int 60 sounded absolutely killer when hooked to a MSB ADC V. To my ears, the int 60 competes with the best of the best. Great integrated amp.
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Old 10-15-2019, 04:01 PM
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I auditioned a Pass int 60 a week ago. I was extremely impressed to say the least. And that's after spending about 1/2 hour auditioning my next amp, a Gryphon Diablo 300. So, the int 60 can perform with the very best. The int 60 sounded about as good but a little different. And the int 60 sounded absolutely killer when hooked to a MSB ADC V. To my ears, the int 60 competes with the best of the best. Great integrated amp.
Too bad you didn't compare the Diablo 300 to the INT-250. Who compares a 60w to a 300w amp?
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Old 10-16-2019, 08:20 PM
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Too bad you didn't compare the Diablo 300 to the INT-250. Who compares a 60w to a 300w amp?

As I mentioned on another forum, it wasn't my intention to compare the int 60 with the Gryphon D300. I wanted to audition the int 250 but Mike didn't have one in stock. So, the closest we could come to auditioning the int 250 was the int 60. But it held it's own quite well. It was certainly an apples to oranges comparison. But over all, my ears really liked the int 60. I liked it almost as well as the D300 regardless of the power difference. But make no mistake, the D300 is my amp, hands down.
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Old 10-17-2019, 08:53 AM
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Hey aardvarkbark, I just remembered you own/owned an int 250. How do you like it? I'll bet it sounds killer. If the int 60 is any indication the int 250 must be a beast. The int 60 is a wonderful sounding amp, IMHO.
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