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Parasound A21

Parasound A21
alaScore 82

10 reviews

Oct, 2014

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Parasound A21 Amplifiers

 

l bought the Parasound halo a21 and the differences of improvement in the sound quality are just unreal, it's like too good to be true, before the parasound i had an Emotiva XPA and after listened to the differences btw the emo and the parasound i got...

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Parasound A21 Amplifiers

 

The A21 has got to be one of the best kept secrets ever. I bought it second hand for less than half the original retail price. Wonderful performance driving any speaker load, and I've run it with seven different speakers thus far, both conventional and...

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Parasound A21

 

The A21 has got to be one of the best kept secrets ever. I bought it second hand for less than half the original retail price. Wonderful performance driving any speaker load, and I've run it with seven different speakers thus far, both conventional and...

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Parasound A21

 

The Parasound A21 is an extremely heavy amp weighing in at 60 pounds. It is rated for 250 watts per channel, 8 ohms. It is capable of running in mono mode, with balanced or unbalanced connections, and gain adjustments on the back. Great build quality,...

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Parasound A21 Amplifiers

 

The parasound Halo A21 is a heavy amplifier. Great quality looks and build, handles on the back and heat fins on the side, the blue lights look good at night. 250 watts per channel, it has plenty of power to run inefficient speakers, such as my JSE...

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Parasound A21

 

The parasound Halo A21 is a heavy amplifier. Great quality looks and build, handles on the back and heat fins on the side, the blue lights look good at night. 250 watts per channel, it has plenty of power to run inefficient speakers, such as my JSE...

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Parasound A21 Amplifiers

 

The Parasound A21 is an extremely heavy amp weighing in at 60 pounds. It is rated for 250 watts per channel, 8 ohms. It is capable of running in mono mode, with balanced or unbalanced connections, and gain adjustments on the back. Great build quality,...

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Parasound A21

 

I had upgraded my speakers (PBN Audio Montana SPX) after listening to them in the shop powered by a set of Halo JC1 mono blocks. I got them home and hooked them up to my McIntosh 6 ch home theater amp ( 85/watts/ch ) which is not a bad amp but they...

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Parasound A21 Amplifiers

 

I had upgraded my speakers (PBN Audio Montana SPX) after listening to them in the shop powered by a set of Halo JC1 mono blocks. I got them home and hooked them up to my McIntosh 6 ch home theater amp ( 85/watts/ch ) which is not a bad amp but they...

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Parasound A21

 

This is one serious amp.I cant believe Parasound can market this product for 2 large.I shopped at high end shops in the north Jersey area and they showed me amps at two times the price that could not shine the shoes of this beast.I recieved the amp via...

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