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Old 19th December 2009, 06:30 PM   #1
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Hi, does anybody know if any recent receivers have some from of volume limiting or compression? Call me old-fashioned (actually, please do) but I never cared for extended dynamics that much. Live concerts, fine, but recorded music and movies.. quiet passages, whispering... BIG HUGE SOUND that blasts your ears out

I hate that!

So, I want to know if any receiver today has an incorporated compressor or limiter, that may be called some trademark by the company that makes it.

I have already considered hooking up a compressor between the receiver and CD player but I don't want to that anymore.

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