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  • Atoll IN100Published on 05/14/05 at 08:48
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    User for 6 months of IN100, I found it very difficult to operate because the utility power was too low. Below 220 volts, it works not at the top. Once the problem rsolus I like above all clarity and without any dynamic agressivit is powerful but never brutal, gives low frequencies of trs high bill for a price vraimment s rr long as you take it in black and without options. I found him a lightweight namoins lack of heat on the voice, but APRS changing currents of rest (be careful, to do very rigorously to avoid the endomager, deprecated the bricolos pr sss) the problem is attenuated and is free Manir even clearer! this price? trs trs little race condition! for 610 euros? of course I do it......
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    User for 6 months of IN100, I found it very difficult to operate because the utility power was too low. Below 220 volts, it works not at the top. Once the problem rsolus I like above all clarity and without any dynamic agressivit is powerful but never brutal, gives low frequencies of trs high bill for a price vraimment s rr long as you take it in black and without options. I found him a lightweight namoins lack of heat on the voice, but APRS changing currents of rest (be careful, to do very rigorously to avoid the endomager, deprecated the bricolos pr sss) the problem is attenuated and is free Manir even clearer! this price? trs trs little race condition! for 610 euros? of course I do it again!
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  • Atoll IN100Published on 11/12/05 at 03:40
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    That's two months I bought this amp with very good quality, in black with optional remote control (with € 50 anyway ...). It feeds a scattered SENSY Tannoy DC2, and I am fully satisfied. The amp is dynamic, fine and precise. A low level listening sometimes seem somewhat "communne" but when we pushed a bit (beyond the level "2" on the vlume) the sound off, we feel that the amp and speakers are loose-intensive - give all their grain.
    If it was a remake would without hesitation.
    Available at € 760 in hi-fi shop near me, in black and without remote, I bought it for € 528.70 but I know the seller has not done its usual margin ... I prefer to clarify .... ...
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    That's two months I bought this amp with very good quality, in black with optional remote control (with € 50 anyway ...). It feeds a scattered SENSY Tannoy DC2, and I am fully satisfied. The amp is dynamic, fine and precise. A low level listening sometimes seem somewhat "communne" but when we pushed a bit (beyond the level "2" on the vlume) the sound off, we feel that the amp and speakers are loose-intensive - give all their grain.
    If it was a remake would without hesitation.
    Available at € 760 in hi-fi shop near me, in black and without remote, I bought it for € 528.70 but I know the seller has not done its usual margin ... I prefer to clarify ....
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  • A price / quality ratio uncommon

    Atoll IN100Published on 08/09/11 at 06:16 (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have the Atoll IN 100 SE (latest version) recently. Used with a Marantz CD player and speakers 6003 Monitor Audio RX1. A remarkable transparency, certainly superior to many much more expensive amps. The secret? A feed is 660 (two power supplies of 330 is because it is a dual mono), where the dynamics and transparency ... and 11kg of the beast. I see no other model with such a power supply at that price. Contrary to other opinions, I find that the options are a very good idea because you only pay what is needed. For my part, no remote control (which I find useful for a CD player, but not for an amp), no phono card, no card dac, but the optional aluminum facade rather than black for €......
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    I have the Atoll IN 100 SE (latest version) recently. Used with a Marantz CD player and speakers 6003 Monitor Audio RX1. A remarkable transparency, certainly superior to many much more expensive amps. The secret? A feed is 660 (two power supplies of 330 is because it is a dual mono), where the dynamics and transparency ... and 11kg of the beast. I see no other model with such a power supply at that price. Contrary to other opinions, I find that the options are a very good idea because you only pay what is needed. For my part, no remote control (which I find useful for a CD player, but not for an amp), no phono card, no card dac, but the optional aluminum facade rather than black for € 40. € 805 in total, port offered by CTA Perception. An excellent deal.
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  • Atoll IN100Published on 07/21/07 at 08:31
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    Good morning.
    It's been about 2 months since I enjoyed myself. J have an amp with 100 in 100 platinum cd aluminum with REMOTE CONTROL, it works with 60 of Um in advance. J had a budget of € 2000 (it would have been with 40 um) m he finally has cost € 2300. The only negative for the c amp is that everything is optional (it's been longer the currency) is not much more simple source selection switch and a button for the volume (ca not like to gadgetoman tanpis and for them). At its very powerful and c is natural. No I have not yet put the volume more than 5 / 10 not because it saturates but I do not want a problem with neighbors ... There's underfoot.
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