On April 3rd, Wojciech Pacuła has posted a review of Dan D’Agostino Momentum Stereo Amplifier at High Fidelity. His conclusion:
“Shelling out well over 100,000 zlotys for an amplifier, we are entitled to expect wonders and miracles from it. The Momentum Stereo is such a miracle; we can even say a “little miracle”, at least compared to the size of its main solid state competitors. It was designed by a man who is one of the “founding fathers” for high-end and through whom we have all learned a lot. You can hear that he had good fun designing it, starting from scratch and not being burdened by Krell’s heritage – the heritage that binds one to a certain path.
We get an amplifier that boasts a very tasteful, sophisticated sound that resembles the best tube amps while being better than the vast majority of them. The Momentum Stereo has its own character; this is not some “wire with signal gain”, which is just an idea, not even trying to pretend. It does it in its own way that we can only be envious of. Another solid state amplifier, in a very short time, that denies the stereotype of cold, dry, sharp transistor sound. Many tube amps sound much colder, drier and harder. And they are being praised left and right.
I will praise Dan’s amplifier and will be honest doing that.”
You can read the full review by clicking on the image.
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