Dimensions: 20’ × 14’ Medium
Absolutely...still running with the Vitus SIA-025MkII. Awesome unit. Had the Vitus Mono amps and preamp a few years back, tried a number of amps after that looking for a smaller footprint. In the end the only amp that kept me satisfied was the Vitus. In fact I went from the D'Agostino Momentum S200 to this Vitus. With the efficiency of the Tannoy the Vitus is a perfect amp, tons of power, and such a beautiful sound.
Thanks pehare….I converted to the Tannoy from the 4 tower Genesis speakers. Still a fantastic sound with a much smaller footprint as I downsized.
Sorry for the late reply....….well, way past late really!! LOL. I just don't seem to log on and update my system very much, or read the comments! Busy life right now I guess...…..I'll have to slow down and enjoy A'gon again.
I actually sold the Momentum and went back to Vitus. I have the Vitus mono amps with Vitus pre, a number of years ago and loved it. So in the interest of downsizing I went for the Vitus Integrated...…..and it's perfect for my system. The Momentum was fab no doubt, had serious slam, the Vitus has a touch sweeter top end which really suits my system. The slam isn't as outrageous but it still has serious bottom end, and again I just love the Vitus sound.
Hey yeah thanks for the comments Dan. I know what you mean by your 1st post.........I've found that synergy is the most important factor when putting gear together.
Thanks on the stand comment Dan! Haha yes I put a lot of work into that, took me probably a week of solid work. You are right, it is built like a tank! It's amazing the difference it made, images locked in place now! Thing has to weigh 300lbs without equipment! Right again on the enjoyment factor when doing something for yourself rather than spending a ton of cash for someone else to do it. I'm very happy with the end result. I bought a couple of wood kitchen counters from local lumber shop, cut to size, laminated together, planed and sanded sanded sanded.