D-Sonic amps are loved by owners all over the world, and have been lauded by professional audio reviewers as well. Our products are continually discussed on AVSForum, so feel free to give our thread a read:
Check out our reviews below:
Home Theater Forum's Dave Upton had this to say about the M3-5400-7:
"The D-Sonic M3-5400-7 shines in 2 channel mode, but it is blindingly awesome for home theater use. You may or may not recognize what a power-starved speaker sounds like – but I’ll almost guarantee you have heard it at some point in the past. Perhaps it’s when you turn the volume too high and things start to sound jagged and strained, or maybe it’s just the way that higher frequency effects fatigue your ears due to increased distortion. Irrespective of how you approach this hobby, eventually you learn that in the home theater there is almost no such thing as too much power. With the right amplification in place the improvement is multiplicative as these improvements add to one another, increasing the realism and immersion of any well mixed film.
When you combine ludicrous amounts of clean power like the M3-5400-7 delivers with a transducer capable of moving some serious air, the home theater experience is elevated to an entirely new level. Explosions and gun shots are sharper, more visceral and far more realistic. Shattering glass, quiet background noises and atmospheric effects are clearer and more easily differentiated, and perhaps most importantly of all, you can safely turn the volume level way up without risking damage to your speakers (though I won’t make any promises about your ears)."
Glenn Wagenknecht of Six Moons has the following to say about the M2-1500M monoblocks:
"The contest was far from one-sided. The ICE 250 may throw massive weight into the presentation but the D-Sonic countered with superior transparency, equivalent overall dimensionality and greater dimensionality in the upper midrange. These two powerhouses were different in flavor but depending on your priorities not necessarily better in capabilities. Factor that the M2-1500Ms play those virtues at a considerably lower price and this competition would be a musical clash of titans. "
"The D-Sonic M2-1500M doesn‘t look pretentious but don’t mistake that for lack of ability. Normally a product with high performance and a reasonable price would merit an acknowledgement of high value with the traditional law of diminishing returns applicable against pricier fare. That is true here with a vengeance. In the watt-per-dollar sweep stakes, the M2-1500M is probably king of the hill but more importantly judged strictly on performance, it behaves like a next generation product. Is it perfect? Not but its unique combination of major strengths and minor weaknesses make it a viable alternative as a high-end contender. The fact that it’s relatively inexpensive is merely the pièce de résistance."