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Pioneer A-400X

Hi-Fi Amplifier from Pioneer belonging to the A series

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Pioneer A-400XPublished on 07/14/10 at 13:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I do not use it for a long time.
In fact, I found secondhand at really cheap, and as I listened to '95 shop there, and I found him cool (in addition to "recommended" and others " best buy "at the time), I jumped on it.

Amps, I (/ I had / have tried it) 2 or 3 (or 10 instead) ...
Linn, Naim, Technics, Yamaha, Luxman, Arcam, Musical Fidelity, Denon, etc.. Not to mention my Genelec ;-)

What I like most?
Musicality!
It's hard to describe:
This is an amp without "flashy."
No bass or treble dramatic cut with a knife.
Right: everything is in place.
The stereo image is open, airy.
It is very simple: in my "Holy Grail" of the ideal amp, I think this amp, which sold for € 400 new at the...…
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I do not use it for a long time.
In fact, I found secondhand at really cheap, and as I listened to '95 shop there, and I found him cool (in addition to "recommended" and others " best buy "at the time), I jumped on it.

Amps, I (/ I had / have tried it) 2 or 3 (or 10 instead) ...
Linn, Naim, Technics, Yamaha, Luxman, Arcam, Musical Fidelity, Denon, etc.. Not to mention my Genelec ;-)

What I like most?
Musicality!
It's hard to describe:
This is an amp without "flashy."
No bass or treble dramatic cut with a knife.
Right: everything is in place.
The stereo image is open, airy.
It is very simple: in my "Holy Grail" of the ideal amp, I think this amp, which sold for € 400 new at the time of its release, is the best I've heard so of view. Cons of Linn, Naim, NAD, Arcam and others who sold at least twice!

And even now.

For the rest, it is all good and still not be the "best", the most spectacular.
Result: you love music with this amp.
We forget and we are surprised to listen to his CDs over and over again ... rediscovering them.

A remake? When you want!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Pioneer
  • Model: A-400X
  • Series: A
  • Category: Hi-Fi Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 01/09/2010

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