Amp for Avantone MixCubes
#942425 - 21/09/11 07:00 PM
A mate is moving abroad and selling lots of his studio, which is good for me as 'm about
to buy his pair of Avantone MixCubes off him! But unfortunately he's taking his amp with
Put simply, I only have max £150 to spend on one. What's best? The only
reference monitor amp I can find in this range is the Samson Servo 120, but many have told
me that Samson amps are increasingly unreliable and badly made.
have any other good suggestions without spending much more? I was thinking perhaps a hifi
amp such as one of the cheaper Cambridge audio amps, like the Cambridge Audio Topaz
Re: Amp for Avantone MixCubes
#942500 - 22/09/11 08:44 AM
These aren't exactly intended to be your primary reference monitors, and an old hi-fi amp
will be fine. An old Rotel or something (RA611 or 612 will set you back about £50 on
eBay). Or a Cambridge Audio A1 or soemthing (seeing as you mention them) if you want
something that looks a little newer. Still can't understand why anyone would want two of
these speakers though...