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YBA Intégré

Hi-Fi Amplifier from YBA

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YBA IntégréPublished on 12/03/14 at 06:20
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I was looking for an integrated capable of driving a wide range of speakers in a budget of 1000 Euros. My choice fell on the Vincent SV 226 MK2, for his character, and quality of manufacture quite impressive for the price. This receiver offers a fairly bodied restitution, with rather silky stamps. Listening is not lacking in weight and material. Rather soft and warm he does not forget the musical dynamics. Beautiful look a bit vintage, we must predict some space to accommodate it. Depth 48cm and 20kg on the scales. This hybrid device, preamp tubes, transistors amplification, was only 6 months in a careful individual who sold the 500 Euros. A deal! So yes, it is a German design made in...…
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I was looking for an integrated capable of driving a wide range of speakers in a budget of 1000 Euros. My choice fell on the Vincent SV 226 MK2, for his character, and quality of manufacture quite impressive for the price. This receiver offers a fairly bodied restitution, with rather silky stamps. Listening is not lacking in weight and material. Rather soft and warm he does not forget the musical dynamics. Beautiful look a bit vintage, we must predict some space to accommodate it. Depth 48cm and 20kg on the scales. This hybrid device, preamp tubes, transistors amplification, was only 6 months in a careful individual who sold the 500 Euros. A deal! So yes, it is a German design made in China with all that that implies. But if such a product was manufactured in Europe, saw its components, its internal structure, it vaudrais 3000/3500 Euros in my humble opinion. An interesting choice that should not be forgotten ...
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YBA IntégréPublished on 12/27/09 at 13:07
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<p class="MsoNormal"> Juser this amp since 1997, following Minimum purchase of the CD player in the same series, etaprs a cost of 9 amps.

<p class="MsoNormal"> What masduit: the neutrality, the stamps, the fluidity to increase the capacity and very good lmotion between phono.

<p class="MsoNormal"> When there is no serious nen not add it, same for the medium rather Laigue and it is fluid and natural. That we costing classical, jazz, guitar Dangus Young, or sen llectro It always comes out well.

<p class="MsoNormal"> Its a great value, even after 13 years of loyal service and without any worries. <span style="mso-spacerun: yes;"> </span> Jcoute my footage on this amplificateur.Sans...…
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<p class="MsoNormal"> Juser this amp since 1997, following Minimum purchase of the CD player in the same series, etaprs a cost of 9 amps.

<p class="MsoNormal"> What masduit: the neutrality, the stamps, the fluidity to increase the capacity and very good lmotion between phono.

<p class="MsoNormal"> When there is no serious nen not add it, same for the medium rather Laigue and it is fluid and natural. That we costing classical, jazz, guitar Dangus Young, or sen llectro It always comes out well.

<p class="MsoNormal"> Its a great value, even after 13 years of loyal service and without any worries. <span style="mso-spacerun: yes;"> </span> Jcoute my footage on this amplificateur.Sans regret. I would do this purchase

<p class="MsoNormal"> Report prixexcellent quality.

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  • Manufacturer: YBA
  • Model: Intégré
  • Category: Hi-Fi Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 12/27/2009

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