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Receiver & Amplifier Reviews

Updated: Sep 30, 2016 00:12
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#2851
alaAverage 5

Pioneer VSX-D912-K 6.1 CH Receiver

With 110 watts x 6 channels what more can you ask for and Multi-channel Acoustic Calibration makes each channel of sound reach you at the right time and at the right volume and it's all automatically. This is a great piece but after I seen this price I...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#2853
alaAverage 5

Musical Fidelity M250 monoblock power amplifier

Many manufacturers now offer multichannel amplifiers in a single chassis. While these can be relatively compact, they have their own drawbacks—especially if high power is required and if the distance to the speakers is more than 10 feet. Packing...

2 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#2854
alaAverage 5

Sonic Frontiers Line 2 - (Preamplifiers)

Introduction Tube gear used to scare me. Spooky people are into tube gear. The kind of guys who wear pocket protectors and brag about their mail order engineering degrees. My idea of high end audio is not heating up the soldering iron to mod my preamp...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#2855
alaAverage 5

Crate GLX212

I purchased the Crate GLX212 amp at Ken's Music in Kennett, MO for around $600. By the time they figured in shipping and all and in case repair was needed, I figured it would be better to buy the amp locally instead of from a catalog. I bought the amp...

2 user reviews

#2856
alaAverage 5

Crate GLX65

Father owns a music store, so I pay cost for all of the goodies. Wanted to upgrade from a Kustom Dual35-RC. I think the Crate retails for 400ish.First impression is WOW! This amp is a very nice piece. Three chanels, footswitch, built in tuner, DSP. The...

2 user reviews

#2857
alaAverage 5

Kenwood VR-7080 5.1 CH Receiver

incredible surround sound, integration of components

3 user reviews

#2858
alaAverage 5

RCA RT2660R Receiver

Elegant looks, powerful performance, price, build quality

2 user reviews

#2859
alaAverage 5

Conrad-Johnson Premier 17LS

The Premier 17LS is a handsome little nugget, low-slung and microprocessor-controlled, a product at the intersection of Deco and Industrial. At 19 inches, it is too wide for some equipment racks. The tubes can be changed without opening the main...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#2860
alaAverage 5

Magnum Dynalab MD 208

The MD 208 is really a mixture of a few very good products built into one gorgeous chassis. Controlling all this is a seriously rugged, very heavy, all-metal remote control with basic functionality to control the power, volume, channel balance and...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#2861
alaAverage 5

Pioneer VSX-43TX Elite

Attractive casing, superb sound, excellent features!

2 user reviews

#2862
alaAverage 5

VSX-45TX

Digital Processing, Excellent Remote, MCACC Auto Equilizatio

2 user reviews

#2863
alaAverage 5

Luxman TP-114

I think this unit is a real sleeper. This is an awesome sounding solid unit with great flexibility for stereo listening. I wanted to sell them and had couple of flakes on craigslist, glad that happened:)) I have couple of other pre-amps I'm using like...

4 user reviews

#2864
alaAverage 5

Peavey Studio Pro 40

I bought this Amp from my old teacher's brother used for 5o bucks! I was just starting out on the electric guitar and needed an amp, and this one is still with me today. It's a 1986 A model.The excellent clean or distorted sounds you can get from this...

3 user reviews

#2865
alaAverage 5

Denon AVR-4800 Receiver

NVIDIA are worried. If anything their obviously desperate paper launch of the GeForce 9800 GTX+ should be proof of that. And they are right to be worried. Even the cheap HD 4850 is sniffing at the tail of the more expensive 9800GTX and even if NVIDIA...

3 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#2866
alaAverage 5

Traynor YCV40 Custom Valve

i paid $575 canadian for this amp at lakeshore music/long and mcquade. i needed a new amp, but i wanted something i could get years of use from. this is it- great tones- built like a rock- very versatile- the footswitch is great- the presense knob...

2 user reviews

#2867
alaAverage 5

Klegg M8 501

Having impressed my friends & family with a Klegg M6 for the last year, I was very pleased to see the arrival of the Klegg M8 system in May, and rushed out to buy one, relegating my M6 to my now seriously well-equipped bedroom! With the M6, Klegg had...

2 user reviews

#2868
alaAverage 5

Nagra VPA

Totally neutral 3d sound. (no hint of certain sound signature)

4 user reviews

#2869
alaAverage 5

Traynor YCV80 Custom Valve

How: I found myself with a decent wad oif cash, and after after dreaming of versatile amplifier for years, I picked this one up.Where: Fazio's Frets and Friends, St. Louis, MOPrice: $720.00 USFirst of all, this is an all-tube amp, and it\'s a beast!...

2 user reviews

#2870
alaAverage 5

Harman Kardon AVR325

The sound produced by the Cirrus Logic Crystal 192KHz/24-bit digital-analog converters (DACs) is spectacular. The amplification is both powerful and low noise. I've never heard this degree of clarity before. This Harman Kardon is replacing a very nice...

2 user reviews

#2871
alaAverage 5

Yamaha RXV630 6.1 CH Receiver

Pre outs for ALL channels - fantastic preamp/warm sound/DTS

1 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#2872
alaAverage 5

Laney [Tube Fusion Series] TF320

I bought this amp from Music Ground in Manchester. It's my first gigging amp, and it's sound! I paid £400. big money for a 17 year old!!!All of it. The clean channel is great with a telecaster, jangly trebles, the mid and treble buttons are a nice...

2 user reviews

#2873
alaAverage 5

JVC RX 8020VBK

Lots of hook-ups. Great sound for any price.

3 user reviews

#2874
alaAverage 5

Red Rose Music Spirit

Just got back from C.E.S. 2003. Spent a couple of days days at the High End Audio Show. Listened to dozens upon dozens of stratopherically priced systems, then heard this little integrated amp with the Spirit speakers. Wow! This little system produced...

4 user reviews

#2875
alaAverage 5

Sherwood RD 7103

You can pay a lot more for other brands and end up with a piece of junk. I paid about 3 times as much for first (big name) receiver and it blew out after about a year. This thing was a third of the price and puts most other low-end units to shame. ...

3 user reviews

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