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Old 12-21-2016, 12:25 PM
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Magico's like amps that can supply a lot of current at low impedance.
But you are wright, don't see many Ayre amps/Magico speaker sets.

Guess it has to do with the zero feedback design of Ayre, very musical, but not sure for speakers that dip to a low impedance. (might be wrong here)
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I concur on power. My D'Ag's love these M3's. Truly amazing soundstage, precision, weight, palpability. Fit my 14W x 19L and 10H room perfectly without issues.

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Soulution and Constellation appear to be the brands that Alon voices his speakers with, I would guess that then is what most people want to run their Magico's with. As it says in the article, these two really bring the speakers to life...
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Old 12-22-2016, 04:45 AM
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Accuphase works well also, I have the older V3's which are even more difficult to drive then the newer ones (Q5 are the most current hungry), but I am driving them with a E-600 integrated (that is stable up to 1 Ohm, music signals)
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