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Old 11-08-2016, 10:56 AM
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Default Pass Labs INT-60 Integrated Amp Reviewed

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Old 11-09-2016, 03:13 PM
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I recently inserted the INT-250 into my main system. Totally agree with reviewer's comment about resolution/clarity and wall-to-wall soundstaging. Obviously, I'd argue that if one wants more current for demanding speakers, the INT-250, with 250 wpc (8 ohms) would be a good choice (the X250.8 is the sole alternative listed).

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INT-60 reviewed in the most recent "Stereophile". While the reviewer (HR) loved it, I was surprised by the measurements and what I consider JA's somewhat luke-warm comments. However, it is my opinion that JA has become even more "British-centric" in his comments over the past few years. Almost feel like he and Dudley are trying to single-handedly keep the Brit audio industry viable.
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I've read the review too, classic case of measurements vs listening?

I've listened to the 60 and the 250 albeit briefly and it didnot blew my mind, longer session planned.
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Did anyone compare the INT-60 to a separate set-up XP-10 or 12 and XA 30.8?
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No h/t bypass on the INT-60
Which could be a deciding factor
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Did anyone compare the INT-60 to a separate set-up XP-10 or 12 and XA 30.8?
I will answer my one question:
I tried both set-up, got the XP-12 + XA 30.8.
The INT-60 was my pick after listening to good 10 different set-up (the other top choices were Esoteric F01 and Aurorasound separates)
As I preferred the Pass, decided that I need to try the Pass separated as well.

The separates bring increased soundstage depth and more clarity.
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Congrats and thanks for the update. What speakers are you driving with them?
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congrats and thanks for the update. What speakers are you driving with them?
tad me1
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