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Receiver & Amplifier Reviews

Updated: Jul 31, 2015 12:21
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#3901
alaAverage 4

Harman/kardon DPR 1005

AV receiver - 7.1 channel

4 expert reviews

#3902
alaAverage 4

TX-SR302S Home Theater A/V Receiver

I was lucky enough to pick up this receiver when a retail store closed for business and clearanced this item at that time. The standard price makes this a value as the unit comes from the much respects Onkyo line of receivers. The unit has...

3 user reviews

#3903
alaAverage 4

Peavey Backstage Plus

I've been a musician since elementry school. I've played all strings including guitars, plus some brass and percussion. I like all music but prefer metal and alternative.My first amp was a joke. It was only a little pactice amp with a 3 inch speaker....

2 user reviews

#3904
alaAverage 4

Onkyo TX SR702S

It was a narrow choice b/t the 702 & the 801; but the Component Out and separate Zone 2 rear connections was the deciding factor. Good crisp sound/video quality; The Remote control is terrible - no codes for my Zenith TV (the only one listed does not...

2 user reviews

#3905
alaAverage 4

VR-806 A/V Receiver (Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, DTS 96/24...

Looking back, I remember when DHL first brought me my Kenwood VR-806 last November. I felt like a kid when I saw the bright yellow van pass my house leaving only tire tracks in the fresh snow. To prepare myself for disappointment, I thought to myself...

3 user reviews

#3906
alaAverage 4

TiVoToGo

TiVoToGo enables TiVo Series2 DVR owners to transfer recorded shows to and from a networked TiVo Series2 DVR and a local PC.TiVoToGo has some limitations, but it's a worthy addition to any networked Series2 DVR.

2 expert reviews

#3907
alaAverage 4

Lexicon RV8

Lexicon's RV-8 is a literal monument to home theater receiver performance and functionality. It's also one of those products that could take up a week's worth of your time (or more), should you wish to take advantage of and optimize every one of its...

3 expert reviews

#3908
alaAverage 4

PrimaLuna Prologue One

In the end, you can substitute some spendy NOS tubes and ultra zooty cables to get more sound out of the ProLogue One, but for $1095 I would just make it the cornerstone of a really musical three-to-four-thousand-dollar music system. Go to www.nobel.no...

3 expert reviews

#3909
alaAverage 4

Marshall [ValveState II Series] VS230R Stereo Chorus [1996-2000]

I bought this guitar in a shop in Singapore in 1998 for about 300 USD. I have used this amp now for gigging/home/recording for five years now, and it has not let me down once. The amp was released under Marshall's 'Valvestate II' techlonology range....

3 user reviews

#3911
alaAverage 4

Musical-Fidelity X150

Turn the volume knob, and you get the feeling of solid quality. This compact, 220mm-wide amplifier concentrates on its primary task - the reproduction of music - with no unnecessary functions, just three line-level inputs, plus one for a turntable (m-m) a

3 expert reviews

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#3912
alaAverage 4

Creek A50IR

Not an amp to party with, perhaps, but if you can see the attraction in a warm and inviting amp sound that rewards prolonged listening without ever making the sort of demands that might make you tire of it, then the A50iR has plenty going for it.

2 expert reviews

#3913
alaAverage 4

Yamaha RX-V340

I bought the HTR 5630 even though I could find no other detailed user review on the net. I assumed that the 5400 and 5500 series were getting good reivews and there were NO bad comments abou the 5600 series I might as well give it a try.This is my...

3 user reviews

#3914
alaAverage 4

Escient Fireball DVDM-100

Though it may seem expensive, in the world where Escient playshigh-end A/V installations$1,995 is a reasonable price. If you've got hundreds of DVDs, or if you prefer physical media to digital, the Escient FireBall DVDM-100 provides a simple way to...

3 expert reviews

#3915
alaAverage 4

Sherwood RD 7108

I am by no strech of the imagination, an audiophile...but I feel that I really got my money's worth with this receiver! Probably more receiver than I will ever need, but I won't have to upgrade any time soon! For the price ($120.00--shipping included),...

3 user reviews

#3916
alaAverage 4

Pioneer VSX 49TX

With some receivers, you're in trouble a day after you think you've got a handle on them; with others, even with instructions in hand, you stumble. Not so with the VSX-49TX, despite its seemingly endless versatility. What the Pioneer has going for it...

2 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#3917
alaAverage 4

AudioSource AMPTHREE Power Amplifier

When my Adcom GFA-545 died, I was shocked to see the prices for the new Adcom amps. I decided to take a chance on the AMP3 and am very satisfied with the sound and apparent quality of the AMP3. I had a simple question for tech support and was able to...

2 user reviews

#3918
alaAverage 4

STANTON 505 V3

This went into one amazing machine!! The sound quality is wonderful, my old records did not sound this good when they were new!! Great price considering it's not that much more than I paid for diamond needles way back when!! SO the price value is...

2 user reviews

#3919
alaAverage 4

Musical Fidelity A3.2

On the other hand, if you're not a bass-head and prize musicality in the midrange above all, I'd happily steer you back this way.

2 expert reviews

#3920
alaAverage 4

Pioneer VSX C550-S

I upgraded my cinema kit from the panasonic SCHT-70 to this bit of kit, which also included the pioneer DV454. The amp is the bees knees though. It is immense! it plays DTS as well as Dolby Digital and boy does it sound good! (if you don't believe me...

2 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#3921
alaAverage 4

Pioneer VSX D850S

i bought this reciever about 14 months ago at best buy i thought it lacked a few features like on screen gui but otherwise it was a solid preformer about 6 months into owning it the remote stoped working then about 8 months into owning it when i had it...

2 user reviews

#3923
alaAverage 4

JVC RX 7020VBK

The receiver works great with DVD players. We set ours up to a JVC TV and a JVC DVD player and with the push of the button the whole system comes on. The only problem that I had with it was that it didn't have a A/B switch on it for the speakers....

2 user reviews

#3924
alaAverage 4

Teac AGD 9100

I bought this receiver for $250.00 (CND) at a costco surplus store in 2002. I am not sure what year this model was made, but it has mostly worked. Good sound for what it cost, but in the next few years I was seeing Sonys with S-Video and Component...

2 user reviews

#3925
alaAverage 4

Pioneer VSX-D710S

I just hooked up my 3rd Pioneer receiver since 1970. I bought the biggest speakers they had then. Book shelve 6-way all 4 with 15" woofers. My first was only 70 watt to drive these 100-watt speakers. In 1985 #2 Pioneers first Dolby surround, with 60...

2 user reviews

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