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ANTHEM PVA-7

ANTHEM PVA-7
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3 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Anthem PVA7 Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

 

The PVA7 from Anthem may not be the most powerful amp out there, with "only" 105 watts per channel, but at $1,500 it's priced extremely well for just about any budget. This high-value but still with great performance is what Anthem is all about....

Most people would think that you need to spend audiophile money to get this level of audiophile sound over seven channels of amplification, but they are wrong. At the price, Anthem delivers in spades ; This is one good-looking amp that could stand on...

The Anthem PAV7 doesn't have the might that more expensive seven-channel amps possess, so if you are looking to make the paint fall off the ceiling with movie soundtracks or during a Rob Zombie listening session, you might need to look to a more...

A little-known fact is that Anthem is Canadian for "good bang for the buck," which is just what you get with the Anthem PAV7 seven-channel amp. This Anthem amp for a very modest price delivers audiophile performance - especially control - along with...

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Anthem PVA 7 Multichannel Amplifier: Short Take

 

Price: $1,499 Channels/Power: Seven channels; 105-Watts per channel into 8 ohms (all channels driven)/140-Watts per channel into 4 ohms (all channels driven) Inputs: Single-ended Anthem's PVA 7 is an amplifier I reviewed and loved years ago for a...

(G61), No video switching (and therefore no multichannel audio over HDMI), No pure analog "pass-through" for multichannel analog sources, Pricey, Sweet sound, Bridgeable/bi-wire and bi-ampable, Balanced power wasted on G61's S/E output, 100W x5 bare...

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Anthem PVA-7 Multi-channel Power Amplifier

 

Introduction While even the most hardcore movie enthusiast would be hard-pressed to rattle off more than a handful of DVD or music titles in DTS ES (6.1 Surround) or THX EX (7.1 Surround), Anthem believes that 6.1 and 7.1 channel formats will...