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The SR 8012 looks really solid!

Made in Japan, no less!

However the key limitations are still there

7.2.4

 

 

 

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:) al   

Good to see decent amp stage 750w max consumption, better than run if mill for avrs with 500wnor so, though . I see still needs fans for cooling...

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I can't see the caps.. but it should be better than Denon 7200's 44000 uF I hope..

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powerav   

The 6012 has 680 watts so I'm pretty happy with that, won't need a poweramp.

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cwt   
4 hours ago, petetherock said:

The SR 8012 looks really solid!

Made in Japan, no less!

However the key limitations are still there

7.2.4

 

Yes Pete ; if you want 9.1.6 it needs the latest analog devices griffin lite chipset ; that is ; something like this pre pro pcb vvv which has 2 of them and more horsepower than last gen falcon chips :thumb: Its rather strange they persist with all those stupid analog video sockets but it does look impressive :)

 

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6 hours ago, powerav said:

The 6012 has 680 watts so I'm pretty happy with that, won't need a poweramp.

Famous last words!

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powerav   

Yeah probably but the new room where this will be going will be half the size of my previous one so shouldn't need the extra grunt but time will tell.

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1 hour ago, powerav said:

Yeah probably but the new room where this will be going will be half the size of my previous one so shouldn't need the extra grunt but time will tell.

Power isn't about volume, it helps with dynamics, or if you have more difficult to drive speakers, like Dynaudios..

If I get the SR 8012, I may be able to sell off my Rotel 1585..

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