Regarding the KR Audio, discussed topic with the best hi-end seller here who use them since years. Apart sonic qualities, he says KR are built sturdily with components that obviously give them a much longer lifespan : some KR (and EML) like the 300 B's are good up to 40 000 hours and beyond...
Difficult to say because when I had the KT120, the 3100+6000 drove a pair of Voxativ. A good friend and neighbor who knows some top notch systems said it was one of the most beautiful, clean, tight bass he ever heard. Now when I mounted the KT150, the bass was probably more extended, laying...
As he is not very loquacious, he did not comment at length. Just said that it gave probably even more body to the sound. I must say that 3100+6000 are really a musical combo.
For my part, it's probably end game in that section. Next step will be Pacific + LDMS. Further on it will be a second...
Sorry did not read that part.
Currently, my 6000 is mounted with the Tung Sol KT150 installed at my home by Yamada a year ago.
Just wondered if the KR (considerably dearer) would be an improvement.
Still pondering streaming from Mac to feed Qobuz to system.
I had the option to by an Aurender N10 but postponed.
Is a streamer really needed when I could use a Golden Gate from Mac
to system ?
Discussed it with Srajan Ebaen who's not convinced with streamers.
Your view ?
Yes, I intend to find an alternate to the Zanden to play a bit. I had an eye on these since a while : https://www.vinylsavor.com/en/products/300b/
300B Single Ended Stereo Power Amplifier
8 Watts per channel
input sensitivity 2.4 V
interstage transformer coupled
input impedance 100 kOhm