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Hi there, I’m relatively new to the forum and was hoping to get some members thoughts on the Macintosh MA5300 and MA7200. I’m curious to know how they compare side by side. I understand the main point of difference is the extra power of the 7200 and the Autoformers- does this make a big difference to the soundstage?
 

l’m currently running Sonus Faber Luito floorstanders.

 

Thanks

 

Ben

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8 hours ago, Macguy said:

Hi there, I’m relatively new to the forum and was hoping to get some members thoughts on the Macintosh MA5300 and MA7200. I’m curious to know how they compare side by side. I understand the main point of difference is the extra power of the 7200 and the Autoformers- does this make a big difference to the soundstage?
 

l’m currently running Sonus Faber Luito floorstanders.

 

Thanks

 

Ben

 

Whilst I have no experience with these two amps (I have a C2600 paired with a MC462 myself), I can tell you that at lower volumes it's unlikely you will notice any difference between the two.

 

Where you will notice it is when you start to push it.  The bigger amps have so much additional overhead available which does equate to SQ. It also gives you more options for less sensitive speakers.

 

Enjoy.

 

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