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Receiver & Amplifier Reviews

Updated: Jun 25, 2016 22:32
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#3401
alaAverage 4.5

Sony STR DG600

This is a very good theater but it is very difficult to hook up and figure out all the controls

4 user reviews

#3402
alaAverage 4.5

Yamaha HTR-5960SL

I BOUGHT THIS RECIEVER TO REPLACE A SONY ES DA1000.BEFORE I BOUGHT THE YAMAHA I LOOKED AT DENON ALSO BUT YAMAHA HAS SO MANY MORE WAYS TO ADJUST THE SOUND TO EXACTLY THE WAY YOU WANT IT PLUS THE YAMAHA ALSO HAS MORE HOOH UPS. THE REMOTE IS EASY TO...

2 user reviews

#3403
alaAverage 4.5

Cyrus PRE VS2

It has more grunt than its 50 watts would suggest

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#3405
alaAverage 4.5

Pyramid CR79G 6 Channel Electronic Crossover

Nice looking small subwoofers. Remind me a lot of the original INFINITY speakers of years past.INEXPENSIVE SUBWOOFERSPros:Great bass, large cone excursion and a true poly cone.Cons:A true sub, designed for bass output only.

2 user reviews

#3406
alaAverage 4.5

Creek 5350SE

The 5350 SE is a good product rather than a great one. It's definitely worth a listen though, and its balance of talents will appeal to many

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#3407
alaAverage 4.5

Denon AVR-682

Bought used about 7 years ago. No problems ever. Have thought about upgrading, but if it ain't broken, why fix it. Have tried others but not as good as this one. Always come back to reinstalling this after a day or two.

4 user reviews

#3408
alaAverage 4.5

Crate Taxi TX15

This amplifier has really been holding its own ground mainly because it can deliver a loud signal for quite a long time without having to plug into a power outlet. If you want more power get the TX...

2 user reviews

#3409
alaAverage 4.5

Peavey [Classic Series - Discontinued] Classic Chorus 130

My first guitar amp! I remember it fondly. I worked all summer to save up for my first big, loud mean guitar amp. Then...I broke my arm. My father took pity on me and offered to help me out. He took me to the music store and I picked up the biggest,...

2 user reviews

#3410
alaAverage 4.5

Denon AVR 1506

Denon AVR-1506 can be used as 7.1 or 5.1 surround sound processor. My home theater is 16' long, 10' wide and 8' high. Walls and ceiling are treated with sound proof acoustic panels. Three identical Infinity in-wall speakers (small) with three equal...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#3411
alaAverage 4.5

Denon PRA-S 10 VV DIN

I have a COMPLETE MONTARBO W5 Vintage ORIGINAL PA ( 2 X 1000 W ) with Great Clean Sound .

4 user reviews

#3413
alaAverage 4.5

Pioneer VSX 815-K

I recently bought the VSX-815 after doing a lot of reasearch in the budget reciever field. I came to the conclusion that this reciever was the best value for my money becasue it had many features. Some features that are most notable, are the number of...

2 user reviews

#3414
alaAverage 4.5

6X9 ENCLOSURE HORIZ.-CARPETED

My delivery estimate was for nov 29-Dec 4 and I received this item nov 27. Box was in great condition and the speaker enclosures are top quality. Thank you Neoplex

2 user reviews

#3415
alaAverage 4.5

Yamaha RX-V 430

Our reviewer found music on the RX-V430 "had a very active sound, especially in the mid-range, with good quality and openness." DVD playback had "good dispersion both with and without the Cinema DSP effects turned on." The controls are simple and...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#3416
alaAverage 4.5

Fender Stage 160 DSP

I paid $641 total for a brand new oneThis is a great road amp. As far as durability, it\'s the best I\'ve ever seen. And, if you want loud, this is the amp for you. It has celestion speakers, so you don\'t have to worry about blowing them. The DSP is a...

4 user reviews

#3417
alaAverage 4.5

Teac A-L 700 P

A giant killer with Tripath TP2050 chips. As a fan of the little Sonic Impact amp I had to try this Teac. The Teac has a different sonic signature than the SI but it's still Tripath. The Teac has a few more Watts which I like. I use this as a two...

4 user reviews

#3418
alaAverage 4.5

Yamaha HTR 5650

I've owned this receiver now for 4 years, and it's fantastic. I drive a $1500 speaker set with them, and for 80% of the max volume, it stays nice and clean. Of course, the volume is logrithmic, however a linear scale is also provided on the display. As...

4 user reviews

#3419
alaAverage 4.5

Anthem PVA-7 Multi-channel Power Amplifier

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...

3 expert reviews

#3420
alaAverage 4.5

Krell Evolution 900

Halcro's top-of-the-line amp was called the Best Amp In the World by Stereophile Magazine years ago and in many ways I understand their point. At the same time, that was before Krell came out with the Evolution 900s. If you are in the position to chose...

3 expert reviews

#3421
alaAverage 4.5

Anthem Statement P5 Multi-channel Power Amplifier

Among the value for money set $4,999 is still a fair amount of money, however among the super elite amplifiers it's sales tax, yet the P5 is every bit as good as the costlier competition yet costs a touch more than many budget offerings. So is the P5...

2 expert reviews

#3423
alaAverage 4.5

Yamaha RX-V 730

The RX-V730 has an impressive list of decoding options including Dolby Digital EX and ProLogic II & DTS-ES compatibility. It features the Quad-Field Cinema Digital Surround Processor which our reviewer found "impressive." It's affordable which makes...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#3424
alaAverage 4.5

Fender [Pro Tubes Series] Concert Reverb

Joe's Music Quarters $ 1100.00I wanted a Fender amp with 4x10's that captured the Super Reverb sound, but had tremolo and a second channel. I love the clean tone, and the tremolo; the drive channel is great at a low settings (1.5-3), which takes care...

2 user reviews

#3425
alaAverage 4.5

Panasonic SA HE75S

The receiver was easy to set up. The controls are easy to understand and it has multiple inputs. It has more than enough power for a room speaker system.

2 user reviews

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