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Old 05-15-2019, 08:04 AM
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'quite a few' - how many? source? just US (where it's relatively new) and/or elsewhere where it's been avail for several years? $9K - condition?
I haven't seen Diablo 300s sell for $9K in the US yet. The novelty has worn off and prices have dropped a bit but I am thinking a slightly used one will sell for around $10k to $11K. By way of reference, I sold mine a few months ago for $12,000.
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Old 05-15-2019, 05:56 PM
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Quite a few owners sold their Gryphon 300s. In the last couple of months, two few months old 300s were sold one for $9k and the other for $10k. Many additional listings as well. Not a good sign. The one that sold for $9k last month had less than 100hrs of usage.
What is your personal opinion of the Gryphon 300 sound quality?
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Old 07-02-2019, 09:28 PM
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Vitus sia 025.
Compared it to gryphon diablo 300, really close but ended up with vitus.
Gryphon is much faster, has better slam and more dynamic. Vitus is sweeter in the mids,and to my ears much more resolving and vitus is much more forgiving with
Badly recored cds—more listenable thus can be played longer.
If you’re a tube guy before? Vitus is an easier transition to solid state—just my opinion.
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