Gamut's Front End

Gamut was driving the L-7s with its $6000 CD3 and $9800 DI 150 180Wpc integrated amplifier. The CD 3uses Burr Brown's PCM 1792 converter and upsamples the signal to 24-bits/192kHz. I didn't get many details about the DI 150, but it does have balanced and single-ended inputs and balanced preamp output. The line in Gamut's product literature that I loved was: "Life is a process of constant discovery and refinement. For this reason, we reserve the right to change without advance notice." Me too.

For example, I haven't really paid that much attention to Gamut, but the CD 3, DI 150, and L-7 just flat-out worked for me. Music was alive an filled with the little pleasures that make you smile, nod, tap your foot, or even boogie. Check Gamut out!

Chris Hawley's picture

It`s a shame that their website is so awful that you lose interest trying to find info.

Chris Hawley's picture

I agree. There`s a much better website now. Superb images and far more info.

Alessandro Mol Luce's picture

I love my GamuT D200 Mk2