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Publié le 08/02/08 à 18:07
As precision and sound quality! Super amplifier that Sansui Au-X117, I bought recently (end of May 2008), APRS connection and start-up, the sound starts out APRS 2 or 3 seconds time to hear the small "Tac" relay. Rich and powerful , surprised at what I call I hear my neighbor without prvenir of thing happens, he returned and began moving the head in rhythm, c ' wins!

More srieusement, the quality of processing and amplification of sound is sublime, even the low volume prsence sound treble and bass is the appointment. Source direct function is a must to enjoy a CD or other recording, the sound is pure out, but happiness.

Ct technique:

# Power Output: 20 20 000 Hz
# THD 0.03%
# 40 Watts per channel into 8 ohms
# DIN: 50 Watts per channel into 8 ohms
# Impdance load: 4 16 ohms
# Dintermodulation Distortion: 60 Hz 7 kHz = 4:1 SMPTE mthode
# Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF) Phono 78 dB 105dB CD Tuner Line
# Power: AC 230 V
# Power Consumption: 210 watts
# Dimensions: 430 mm (L) 125 mm (H) 286 mm (D)
# Weight: 5 Kg
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