The device is made in the best traditions of the brand - you can't fault it. Everything that we get used to see in electronics with mark "Made in Japan" is in this device. Profiled front panel made of aluminum is paved with handles of different sizes, which rotate gently, without any gaps. The amplifier is assembled on a solid, relief stamped chassis and is closed by quite a massive housing. There is the triumph of simplicity inside: one massive transformer, one big radiator, one common board. A broad-branded circuit technique and a single-stage output circuit on high-current transistors are used in PMAAE.
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Discussion in ' Audio Hardware ' started by soulseeker , Aug 2, Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Replacing a denon pma ae Discussion in ' Audio Hardware ' started by soulseeker , Aug 2, Hi there, I own a denon pma ae for some years and was really satisfied with the sound quality listening mostly to rock music vinyl.
Now that I have replaced my speakers canton ergo I am also thinking of buying a new amplifier. I am not really dissatisfied but sometimes I think that my amplifier is too "low end" for my speakers. I am a loudness user don't listen at very high volume and the denon only provides a loudness button - and the result is sometimes too "overblown", especially for new recordings.
There's not much variety in my "price range", so I am interested in buying a marantz pm that also has a controller for the mids. I lets me think of building up my own "loudness" by reducing the mids and raise bass and treble as needed. Does this make sense? Are there other amplifiers especially recommended for vinyl lovers? Or is amplifier sound just a myth as I sometimes read in other threads?
Regards Marcel. Location: Adelaide, South Australia. Time for an MC cartridge and a valve amp I reckon! Gretsch , Aug 2, Can you recommend valve amps? Location: Canberra, Australia. Very noticeable difference all round in quality. I have Canton speakers too Vento Jae , Aug 2, KT88 , Aug 2, Designed and built in Hong Kong, it had my audio singing its praises when I recently had it serviced with new filter caps. He said it performed in a much more linear fashion than some Audio Note amps he recently worked on.
I found when I got a great amp and vinyl front end, features went out the window, they just weren't needed anymore. This amp has no tone, balance, loudness controls, no tape loop, and no speaker switching. Its just an amp with an input selector and a volume knob and it sounds friggin' great! Thanks for all replies. As I am not really into tube amps I am currently reading around a bit.
All those manufacturers are unknown to me and the prices seem to go from moderate to over the top. Location: LLanelli South Wales. I really love Denon Amplifiers. I use a pma Sounds better than most modern amps! Keep an open mind, I have not heard the pma But Denon Amps are better than you may realise. Thorensman , Aug 2, Jae likes this. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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Denon PMA-700AE review
All credit to Denon for getting back to basics with its Advanced Evolution hi-fi range. Clearly Denon hasn't skimped on build-quality either; the new amplifier looking and feeling like a scaled-down version of its pricier sibling. The company says close attention has been paid to performance, too: the 50W amplifier uses a high-speed, high-current power amp design, has a control microprocessor that shuts down when not required to protect the audio signal, and a Source Direct function to bypass tone, balance and loudness controls. Ample socketry includes a moving magnet phono stage, and preouts for power amps.
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