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I have a TASS High Resolution Surround Decoder, which is currently not in use. I have a pair of Ambience speakers with smaller Mission center speakers, a Dennon amp and CD player, and a Parasound Power Amp, plus a rarely used sub-woofer.
I was thinking of reinstalling the TASS but have no idea how to wire it in (it was originally installed with rear speakers by Surya of Absolute High End.
Can anyone help with (simple) instructions? P. S. I'm not in any way an expert with wiring.
By Keith Raufer
Item: ROTEL RB-1590 Stereo 350W Power Amp.
Item Condition: Looks new, only used for 6 months.
Reason for selling: Needed a 5 channel amp.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD.
Extra Info: Can be delivered anywhere in Melbourne metro, otherwise posted at buyers expense
Need some serious power?
The Rotel RB1590 is an old school heavy, dual mono internal class A/B 350w RMS stereo power amp...
Weighing in at nearly 40kg this amp is an absolute beast and can power any speakers with ease.
Power Configuration: 2 x 350 watts (20Hz-20kHz, <0.03%, 8 Ohms)
THD (20-20,000Hz) 8 Ohms, all channels driven: < 0.03%
IM Distortion: < 0.03%
Damping Factor (8 Ohms): 300
Input Sensitivity / Impedance: 12k ohms / 2.2V (Unbalanced); 100k ohms / 3.5V (Balanced)
Frequency Response: 15Hz - 100kHz (+/-0.5dB)
S/N Ratio (IHF A): 120dB
Power Consumption: 800 watts
Standby Power Consumption: < 0.5 watts
Dimensions (W x H x D): 431 x 237 x 454 mm
Front Panel Height: 5U (221mm)
Weight (net): 38.1kg
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I just bought myself a new receiver, a Marantz SR7500, for my vinyl setup. It doesn't have a phono stage like my Dad's old NAD I've been using until now, so I'm after an external one. My turntable is a Technics SL-BD20 though that will likely be upgraded in the coming months. FWIW I'm just listening with headphones for now, Sennheiser HD58X, speakers will come later down the line.
Preferably I'd like something under 200 downundeh dollars, and preferably not an import. Ones I've found include;
Schiit Mani $269 free shipping Pro-ject Phono Box $180 + shipping Rega Phono Mini A2D $149 free shipping Pro-Ject Phono Box SE ii $200 used + shipping
The Schiit is a bit pricier than I'd really like but I've heard a lot of good things about it and it has by far the most information / impressions out there. Which do you think would be the best choice, is there something else I should consider?
Any insight would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
I am looking for some advice regarding my amplifier. I had bought Emotiva TA-100 amp while visiting USA a couple of years ago (still under warranty). Recently I noticed that it is producing static noise. I unplugged everything except power and speaker cable and have replaced the power and speaker cables but I can still hear the noise if I am close enough to the speaker (Maybe 1 feet away) . Also tried to connect my speaker (Elac UB5 ) to my very old Denon amp which did not produce any noise. Contacted Emotiva and they are saying that its normal for some amps to have noise. I have sent them a recording of the noise and they are still not accepting that there is anything wrong with the amp. To me this much noise does not seem normal.
Just wanted to know if anyone had a similar experience with Emotiva or any other amp. Would appreciate any advice that anyone can give me.
Yamaha A-S2000 high end Integrated Amplifier (Phono with MM/MC switch) RRP: $3,299.00
Price: $1700+ shipping cost
Reason for sale: no longer need it.
This is one of the best amplifier in the market IMO. Regrettable sale to fund other project.
Mint condition, very rare and hard to find one nowadays, superb sound quality, no mark no scratch on the surface, with remote and original box.
Happy to post at buyer's expense.
Fine Music in the Yamaha Tradition
Yamaha introduces a new, superior approach to analogue amplifier design. It's full floating and balanced circuit design ensure, for the first time, that the full potential of analogue amplification may be realised.
I/O (input to output) Direct Symmetrical Design
Full-stage balanced signal transmission
Floating balanced power amp
Fully balanced control amp
Three parallel balanced volume and tone controls
Four large capacity power supplies for power amp
Shunt type local regulators for preamplifier
Discrete headphone amp for low-impedance drive
Discrete phono amp with high-precision head amp and equaliser amp
Specially designed feet
Maximum Power (4 ohms, 1 kHz) 190 W + 190 W
Minimum RMS Output Power (4 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz) 150 W + 150 W
High Dynamic Power/Channel (8/6/4/2 ohms) 105/135/190/220 W
Damping Factor 160
Maximum Input Signal (CD etc, 1kHz, 0.5%THD) 2.8V
Frequency Response 5 Hz-100 kHz (+0 dB/-3 dB)
Total Harmonic Distortion (CD to Sp Out, 20 Hz-20 kHz) 0.015%
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (CD) 98 dB (S: 150 mV)
Input Sensitivity (CD) 150mV/47k ohms
Dimensions (W x H x D) 435 x 137 x 465 mm; 17-1/8” x 5-3/8” x 18-5/16”
Weight 22.7 kg; 50 lbs.