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  • litholitho

    Kenwood KA-6100Published on 01/21/07 at 04:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This unit is Designed from power two spares, one per channel. Its power is 80W per channel after the two saw needle meters.
    Its main quality is its default, it is impressive, its size and power.
    Essay on various types of speakers, it always rpond expectations. Efficiency in the bass, treble Retailer strophonique beautiful image without color.
    On multiple amplifiers with whom I could compare it, it was facing the road:
    Luxman Duo-Beta, Scott 460, Musical Fidelity (barbecue Class A). For the same quality he Exceeds all rivals in power and the retro look of Scott.
    Only leave behind a Harman-Kardon HK6600 or a Marantz PM-64 MK II, making them well with 80W 30W Class A on the last.

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    This unit is Designed from power two spares, one per channel. Its power is 80W per channel after the two saw needle meters.
    Its main quality is its default, it is impressive, its size and power.
    Essay on various types of speakers, it always rpond expectations. Efficiency in the bass, treble Retailer strophonique beautiful image without color.
    On multiple amplifiers with whom I could compare it, it was facing the road:
    Luxman Duo-Beta, Scott 460, Musical Fidelity (barbecue Class A). For the same quality he Exceeds all rivals in power and the retro look of Scott.
    Only leave behind a Harman-Kardon HK6600 or a Marantz PM-64 MK II, making them well with 80W 30W Class A on the last.

    The extras, while manufacturing mtal inaltrable, the corrections for the shunt COST Hi-Fi, dual-class for the meters because they n'coute no more than 10W at home, the less It takes the volume of a receiver 5.1.
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