How do you guys like your PS Audio Stellar S300 amps ?

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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,414
    edited June 2019
    kharp1 wrote: »
    ...
    That's not how I read that statement. The harmonics that tubes distort are the even harmonics, which are far more pleasing to the ear.
    ...

    No. I'm sorry, but that is simply not correct [slight edit applied]. It IS true that a single-ended amplifier will not cancel out even-order harmonic distortion; but it doesn' t matter whether the amplifier uses vacuum tube or solid state active devices. It is true that even-order distortion is euphonic. It is further true that push-pull amplifiers cancel out even order distortion -- again, regardless of whether the active devices are solid state or vacuum tubes.

    Odd-order harmonic distortion is unpleasant (non-musical, so to speak) and is objectionable at far lower levels (percent of total signal) than are even-order harmonics. The (so called) second harmonic of a fundamental tone is exactly one octave above the fundamental -- which is why it sounds pleasant (euphonic).

    Vacuum tubes do have very different behavior as they go from linear to nonlinear operation (clipping) -- they tend to compress as they go nonlinear; transistors are typically much more brick wall as they go into clipping -- but this is irrespective of amplifier operating "class".


  • jdjohnjdjohn Posts: 1,389
    DSkip wrote: »
    Whatever the reason, its simply more organic.
    'Organic': often used in describing the sound of vinyl playback...good or bad. I honestly don't know: Skip, do you utilize a turntable?

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  • kharp1kharp1 Posts: 3,463
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    kharp1 wrote: »
    ...
    That's not how I read that statement. The harmonics that tubes distort are the even harmonics, which are far more pleasing to the ear.
    ...

    No. I'm sorry, but that is simply not correct [slight edit applied]. It IS true that a single-ended amplifier will not cancel out even-order harmonic distortion; but it doesn' t matter whether the amplifier uses vacuum tube or solid state active devices. It is true that even-order distortion is euphonic. It is further true that push-pull amplifiers cancel out even order distortion -- again, regardless of whether the active devices are solid state or vacuum tubes.

    Odd-order harmonic distortion is unpleasant (non-musical, so to speak) and is objectionable at far lower levels (percent of total signal) than are even-order harmonics. The (so called) second harmonic of a fundamental tone is exactly one octave above the fundamental -- which is why it sounds pleasant (euphonic).

    Vacuum tubes do have very different behavior as they go from linear to nonlinear operation (clipping) -- they tend to compress as they go nonlinear; transistors are typically much more brick wall as they go into clipping -- but this is irrespective of amplifier operating "class".


    So, what did I say that wasn't true?
  • kharp1kharp1 Posts: 3,463
    edited June 2019
    joecoulson wrote: »
    Thread derail complete.

    Bottom line, PS A class D amps are an absolute bargain for the performance.

    I recommended them highly to the OP

    And why is it practically ever time a conversation takes a slight turn someone wants to start complaining about a derail. Are we that much of a Na-z-i community that we can't tolerate a thread taking a slight turn? Everything posted is still amp related. Do we need to make rules that no one other than the OP can speak of anything else but the exact line of the original post?
    Post edited by kharp1 on
  • verbverb Posts: 10,158
    joecoulson wrote: »
    Thread derail complete.

    Bottom line, PS A class D amps are an absolute bargain for the performance.

    I recommended them highly to the OP

    Interesting discussion thus far! :smile:
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,414
    edited July 2019
    kharp1 wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    kharp1 wrote: »
    ...
    That's not how I read that statement. The harmonics that tubes distort are the even harmonics, which are far more pleasing to the ear.
    ...

    No. I'm sorry, but that is simply not correct [slight edit applied]. It IS true that a single-ended amplifier will not cancel out even-order harmonic distortion; but it doesn' t matter whether the amplifier uses vacuum tube or solid state active devices. It is true that even-order distortion is euphonic. It is further true that push-pull amplifiers cancel out even order distortion -- again, regardless of whether the active devices are solid state or vacuum tubes.

    Odd-order harmonic distortion is unpleasant (non-musical, so to speak) and is objectionable at far lower levels (percent of total signal) than are even-order harmonics. The (so called) second harmonic of a fundamental tone is exactly one octave above the fundamental -- which is why it sounds pleasant (euphonic).

    Vacuum tubes do have very different behavior as they go from linear to nonlinear operation (clipping) -- they tend to compress as they go nonlinear; transistors are typically much more brick wall as they go into clipping -- but this is irrespective of amplifier operating "class".


    So, what did I say that wasn't true?

    You said:
    The harmonics that tubes distort are the even harmonics, which are far more pleasing to the ear.
    That isn't true, full stop -- as I went on to explain.
    For whatever reason, lots of people seem to conflate the THD spectra of SE vs. PP amplifier topologies (i.e., Class A vs. Class AB or Class B topologoies) with the harmonoic distortion spectra of tubes vs solid state -- and that is a misapprehension.


  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,414
    edited July 2019
    DSkip wrote: »
    The brand was H2O and the amps were the S100 and S250. It looks like they have been talked about prior on the forum, albeit 12 years ago.

    There was a guy on AK who had one for a while. He's something of a flavor of the month kinda guy in terms of componentry (although perhaps not of the sound he seeks), as perusal of his history there will show. He buys stuff, talks it up, then sells it and buys different stuff (as best I can tell).

    https://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/whats-your-hidden-gem.844126/page-2#post-12113768

    yu9c7h3037dy.png

    EDIT: FWIW
    From the for sale ad for the above-mentioned amplifier (October 2018):
    This is a reference quality amp, that has developed a reputation of fantasitc sound, and the ability to drive any speaker out there. The designer uses Apogee Scintillia as his reference speaker, and this amp is built to handle that 1 ohm load.
    This is a Class D amplifier capable of outputting 250 WPC and 40 amps of current. This is the signature version that uses dual stack toroidal transformers, and improved bypass caps and internal wire. This amp has the mids of a quality tube amplifier, yet has control of the bass the way a quality solid state amp has. Here is the whole story from 6 Moons

    http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/h2o2/1.html
  • kharp1kharp1 Posts: 3,463
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    kharp1 wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    kharp1 wrote: »
    ...
    That's not how I read that statement. The harmonics that tubes distort are the even harmonics, which are far more pleasing to the ear.
    ...

    No. I'm sorry, but that is simply not correct [slight edit applied]. It IS true that a single-ended amplifier will not cancel out even-order harmonic distortion; but it doesn' t matter whether the amplifier uses vacuum tube or solid state active devices. It is true that even-order distortion is euphonic. It is further true that push-pull amplifiers cancel out even order distortion -- again, regardless of whether the active devices are solid state or vacuum tubes.

    Odd-order harmonic distortion is unpleasant (non-musical, so to speak) and is objectionable at far lower levels (percent of total signal) than are even-order harmonics. The (so called) second harmonic of a fundamental tone is exactly one octave above the fundamental -- which is why it sounds pleasant (euphonic).

    Vacuum tubes do have very different behavior as they go from linear to nonlinear operation (clipping) -- they tend to compress as they go nonlinear; transistors are typically much more brick wall as they go into clipping -- but this is irrespective of amplifier operating "class".


    So, what did I say that wasn't true?

    You said:
    The harmonics that tubes distort are the even harmonics, which are far more pleasing to the ear.
    That isn't true, full stop -- as I went on to explain.
    For whatever reason, lots of people seem to conflate the THD spectra of SE vs. PP amplifier topologies (i.e., Class A vs. Class AB or Class B topologoies) with the harmonoic distortion spectra of tubes vs solid state -- and that is a misapprehension.


    Thank you for the clarification, you're in depth analysis is always appreciated.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,414
    kharp1 wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    kharp1 wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    kharp1 wrote: »
    ...
    That's not how I read that statement. The harmonics that tubes distort are the even harmonics, which are far more pleasing to the ear.
    ...

    No. I'm sorry, but that is simply not correct [slight edit applied]. It IS true that a single-ended amplifier will not cancel out even-order harmonic distortion; but it doesn' t matter whether the amplifier uses vacuum tube or solid state active devices. It is true that even-order distortion is euphonic. It is further true that push-pull amplifiers cancel out even order distortion -- again, regardless of whether the active devices are solid state or vacuum tubes.

    Odd-order harmonic distortion is unpleasant (non-musical, so to speak) and is objectionable at far lower levels (percent of total signal) than are even-order harmonics. The (so called) second harmonic of a fundamental tone is exactly one octave above the fundamental -- which is why it sounds pleasant (euphonic).

    Vacuum tubes do have very different behavior as they go from linear to nonlinear operation (clipping) -- they tend to compress as they go nonlinear; transistors are typically much more brick wall as they go into clipping -- but this is irrespective of amplifier operating "class".


    So, what did I say that wasn't true?

    You said:
    The harmonics that tubes distort are the even harmonics, which are far more pleasing to the ear.
    That isn't true, full stop -- as I went on to explain.
    For whatever reason, lots of people seem to conflate the THD spectra of SE vs. PP amplifier topologies (i.e., Class A vs. Class AB or Class B topologoies) with the harmonoic distortion spectra of tubes vs solid state -- and that is a misapprehension.


    Thank you for the clarification, you're in depth analysis is always appreciated.

    De nada.

    :)
  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,263
    Mmmmm mmm
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  • displaynamedisplayname Posts: 654
    Clipdat wrote: »
    This was good. I really liked his comparison with the Parasound at the end.
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  • kharp1kharp1 Posts: 3,463
    I would like to know how long his break in period was. It's my understanding that a few hundred hours of break in produces considerable results in sound refinement, especially in the particular areas he pointed out as somewhat troubling.
  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,263
    Agreed. I will attest to some of the deficiencies he noted seemingly disappeared within a month or less of listening. The highs definitely become just super sweet and articulate after the break in. Midrange always seemed perfect since day one. As did the bass.
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,414
    I wonder what's breaking in with a Class D amplifier -- capacitors, I reckon?
  • displaynamedisplayname Posts: 654
    kharp1 wrote: »
    I would like to know how long his break in period was. It's my understanding that a few hundred hours of break in produces considerable results in sound refinement, especially in the particular areas he pointed out as somewhat troubling.

    Ask him in the comments. Sean is normally pretty good about responding on recent videos.
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  • kharp1kharp1 Posts: 3,463
    Another issue I have with these reviews is they always mention the Pre/DAC, but, I don't think I've ever seen a review of the actual DAC performance. Same went for the Parasound P5. Only mentions of the DAC, like look at what all you get for X amount, but, no real review of the DAC performance. The P5 had pathetic DAC integration.
  • displaynamedisplayname Posts: 654
    kharp1 wrote: »
    Another issue I have with these reviews is they always mention the Pre/DAC, but, I don't think I've ever seen a review of the actual DAC performance. Same went for the Parasound P5. Only mentions of the DAC, like look at what all you get for X amount, but, no real review of the DAC performance. The P5 had pathetic DAC integration.
    Inner fidelity discussed the DAC in their review closer to the release. Their review treated the SGC as a headphone amp/dac vs a preamp.
    https://www.innerfidelity.com/content/ps-audio-stellar-gain-cell-dac-sound-quality
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  • mikeyb128mikeyb128 Posts: 2,887
    Great review from zero fidelity! I’ve spent about a month with the M700’s, and I haven’t experienced forward sounding or rough treble at all. But I certainly agree these lack refinement in the top end. I’ve noticed some lack of detail in the treble, but it still remains smooth. So far these are very powerful amps, with great 3D imaging. I hate to say most of the deficiencies in sound may be coming from the DAC/PRE. Alot of the rave reviews I’ve read, people are using different preamps. I’m still enjoying them, and hope they continue to break in and give me that last bit of detail I’ve been missing. Will spend some time with them this weekend, been busy enjoying our Canadian Rockies this summer!
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  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,263
    The DAC has just about level performance with the CXN V2 I had. Very good, ,but definitely not top shelf. I really couldn’t hear too much difference. Eternal the two when I a/b tested them side by side.
    The Vega DAC I have now shows me what I was missing, but I believe the preamp function of the stellar pre is very good. It’s letting so much more of the music through than I heard before.
    So using the stack without the included DAC for me is producing incredible results.
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  • gyosagyosa Posts: 396
    Took the plunge ...
    Gonna use it on the Salks ....
    Should be here sometime next week ......
    I appreciate everyone’s input.....
    BK
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  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,263
    Your gonna LOVE IT!!
    Congrats brahh!
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  • jdjohnjdjohn Posts: 1,389
    Yes, congrats! I'm especially interested to hear your thoughts compared to the EX-442.

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  • I know we have a lot of fans for the Stellar series here. Their new Stellar preamp was officially announced: https://www.psaudio.com/products/stellar-phono-preamplifier/

    Seems like they are really pushing to get that true full PS Audio system out sooner than later. I know they've already discussed smaller speakers with the AN2 and AN3. I wouldn't be shocked to see a Stellar streamer as their next announcement. With the Stellar line you could probably go from your power outlet to your ears with 100% PSA gear for under $20k, including vinyl and digital, probably by 2021 at this rate.
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,414
    edited August 2019
    mikeyb128 wrote: »
    Great review from zero fidelity! I’ve spent about a month with the M700’s, and I haven’t experienced forward sounding or rough treble at all. But I certainly agree these lack refinement in the top end. I’ve noticed some lack of detail in the treble, but it still remains smooth. So far these are very powerful amps, with great 3D imaging. I hate to say most of the deficiencies in sound may be coming from the DAC/PRE. Alot of the rave reviews I’ve read, people are using different preamps. I’m still enjoying them, and hope they continue to break in and give me that last bit of detail I’ve been missing. Will spend some time with them this weekend, been busy enjoying our Canadian Rockies this summer!

    I think the HF behavior of Class D amps is gonna be baked in by dint of the way they operate (i.e., their need for a sharp low-pass filter to make sure we don't hear 'the man behind the curtain' ;) in the ultrasonic frequency range). If one looks at the THD+N curves as a function of frequency and output power, they look qualitatively quite different than a Class A or AB amplifier. It is easy to imagine that (despite the relative unimportance of THD per se in amplifier 'sound' IMO/IME!) the difference in behavior could well alter the sound of a Class D amp vis-a-vis a Class A or AB amp.

    e.g., from Stereophile's review of the M700 amp.
    The unbalanced input impedance was close to the specified 50k ohms, measuring 47k ohms at low and middle frequencies, and dropping inconsequentially to 35k ohms at the top of the audioband. The balanced input impedance was twice the unbalanced impedance, as expected. The output impedance (including 6' of speaker cable) was low, at 0.1 ohm at 20Hz and 1kHz. However, the output impedance was actually negative at the top of the audioband, perhaps due to the behavior of the necessary low-pass filter. The action of this filter can be seen in fig.1, which rolls off the output very sharply above 50kHz, with the actual frequency of the response "knee" dependent on the load impedance. The variation in frequency response into our standard simulated loudspeaker was small, at less than ±0.1dB (fig.1, gray trace), but there is an implication of an ultrasonic resonance developing with loads of higher impedance. This gave rise to a small degree of overshoot and one cycle of damped ringing with a 10kHz squarewave (fig.2).



    "Read more at https://www.stereophile.com/content/ps-audio-stellar-m700-monoblock-power-amplifier-measurements#O7wgQGefp6EkBRqF.99 " :wink:
    some sample data from the review:

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    "Fig.5 PS Audio Stellar M700, distortion (%) vs 1kHz continuous output power into 8 ohms."

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    "Fig.7 PS Audio Stellar M700, THD+N (%) vs frequency at 20V into: 8 ohms (blue), 4 ohms (magenta), 2 ohms (red)."

    :|

    My point (if I have one ;) ): It's not that the levels of distortion are high, it's that the characteristics of the curves are different than what our ears and brains are used to.

  • kharp1kharp1 Posts: 3,463
    PSA does have a streamer in the works, has been for a while. Think they were hoping to have it out this year, but, more than likely will be next year.
  • gyosa wrote: »
    Been looking into them ...they seem to get great reviews .
    What did y’all replace with the s300 , and are you happy with the decision ?
    Happy with the overall sound vs a traditional class AB amp ?
    Enough current to drive a 4 ohm load ?
    Is it compatible with SDA’s , I know it’s dual mono , but common ground ? - in case I ever use with my 1c’s ?

    Think it would compare favorably to my Parasound A21 and B&K EX-442 ?

    I’m still looking for another amp for my Salks ....
    Not in a huge hurry , the onkyo avr seems to do fine until I decide ... but still want separates....

    Thanks !

    BK
    gyosa, is the Stellar 300 compatible with Polk SDA speakers? I have yet to see that question answered on this forum.
  • verbverb Posts: 10,158
    mhardy6647 wrote: »

    I think the HF behavior of Class D amps is gonna be baked in by dint of the way they operate (i.e., their need for a sharp low-pass filter to make sure we don't hear 'the man behind the curtain' ;) in the ultrasonic frequency range). If one looks at the THD+N curves as a function of frequency and output power, they look qualitatively quite different than a Class A or AB amplifier. It is easy to imagine that (despite the relative unimportance of THD per se in amplifier 'sound' IMO/IME!) the difference in behavior could well alter the sound of a Class D amp vis-a-vis a Class A or AB amp.

    My point (if I have one ;) ): It's not that the levels of distortion are high, it's that the characteristics of the curves are different than what our ears and brains are used to.

    Interesting thoughts Doc, as per your usual. My question is, how does that manifest in an actual listening experience? I read some comments about a bit of harshness or detail at the higher end. Please expound as only you can do! :)
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,414
    I've only listened to cheap ones, so I don't have much worthwhile to add.
    Would like to hear the PSAudio (ICEPower) amp(s), e.g.
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