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  1. Tube sound I was looking at the Peachtree Audio Decco. Can Peachtree Hybrid amps be made to sound warm like Mac tubes? Does anybody make a Hybrid that produces the low fatiguing sounds like a tube Macintosh amp? Can an equalizer or some other device contribute to making Hybrids sound more like tube Macintosh's? Clipping In the late 80s we were advised to have 100 watts per channel on hand for the then new digital music sources. How can these current products get by with so few output watts? Are they all designed for little, tiny speakers? We had to upgrade to our Macintosh’s to amps with power guard to protect against clipping. Do Hybrids have some kind of built in clipping protection, do we still have to worry about clipping? USB Is USB a better DAC input than optical?
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