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[LM3886] Best resistor value for mute ?
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Old 16th November 2005, 10:57 PM   #51
XELB is offline XELB  Portugal
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I don't Know the A400, only from reviews but, I know that some old Pioneer amps play quite well ( some of the Reference Series )

Justifying it's price ? What better amp do you buy with less then 1500 ?
Let's forget this question, we are here to "judge" buy the sound and not buy the price!
BTW, I have never used the KAV as an integraded.
For me, the ideal setup is, pre + power amp!

Performance is not only a question of PSU capacitance.
A good design combined with a good trafo and ideal capacitance for the setup( speakers included ) it's a big step forward to achive a top amplifier.

I said small trafo because if you use a 280VA and if you have a really hard speakers to drive, you will lack of current.... just my opinion!
That's why I asked how you have better performance.
If you want power you must add control
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