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holmancv

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Has anyone had any experiences with Outlaw? I'm considering using one monoblock for each channel and controlling them with a B&K controller. Comments please?
Craig
 

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holmancv said:
Has anyone had any experiences with Outlaw? I'm considering using one monoblock for each channel and controlling them with a B&K controller. Comments please?
Craig
Do a search in the forum link below, I think you will like what you read. I have no first hand experience with that brand or unit.

http://www.audioasylum.com/forums/amp/bbs.html
 

ctbarker32

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I own three!

I think they are terrific bang for the buck. I use them for the center (ML Cinema i) and surround (non-ML). I use a McCormack stereo amp for my main ML Aerius i's.

One thing I like is they have triggers that will turn on/shutdown the amp when it senses a signal. I believe the monoblocks are pretty transparent and I would have no problem recommending them as an amplifier source.

-CB
 

TomDac

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Isn't Outlaw part of Adcom? I've never heard the outlaw amps, but I've heard Adcom with Logans and didn't like them.. very cold sounding to my ears.
 
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