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McIntosh MC5100 Amplifiers

alaAverage 4.9

7 reviews

Aug, 2014

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McIntosh MC5100 Amplifiers

 

First off I think it is worth mentioning that those who are experiencing background noise need to understand that old gear like this will ALLWAYS need servicing. The capacitors used in audio equipment will deteriorate over time no matter what and will...

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McIntosh MC5100 Amplifiers

 

I am a long time audiophile, and have owned many amplifiers over the years! Marantz, Harman Kardon, Pioneer, Sansui, Technics, Sony, Kenwood, Crown, and many others. For years I heard how good McIntosh equipment was, but was deterred by the expensive...

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McIntosh MC5100 Amplifiers

 

This is simply the most musical amplifier I ever heard. In a long row of vintage and new Quad, Krell, Luxman, Marantz, Jadis, Prima Luna... To me it does everything right. Music comes with ease, the amp letting you hear music, not merely details. It...

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McIntosh MC5100 Amplifiers

 

I bought my 5100 amp from ebay and paid $250 dollars for it. It was a great investment. Presently, I'm using it to drive two Infinity RS325s. I have a Music Halll turntable that I found languishing in an antique store. I restored and refinishe the...

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McIntosh MC5100 Amplifiers

 

In 1968 I was an air force officer in navigator training at Mather AFB, CA when, to my wife's dismay, I bought a McIntosh MA 5100. It cost me a month's pay ($450) and it was worth every penny. The McIntosh factory used to send out a tech rep to their...

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McIntosh MC5100 Amplifiers

 

I've been using audioreview.com as a reference to help me understand charictaristics of various stereo equipment before I buy / bid. It is now my turn to return the favor ...

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McIntosh MC5100 Amplifiers

 

First what we are reviewing is not an MC5100 but rather an MA5100 45 wpc circa late 60's-early 70's.This is a superb piece of vintage equipment which easily matches up to or exceeds other similar int.amps or stereo receivers I've heard.When I first...

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