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Old 27th December 2005, 07:29 PM   #11
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I can get another STA-2000 off e-bay for about 100-150 after shipping and everything. I wish I knew how to build my own power amp to give me 75w x 2 of clean power. I'm sure that would cost very little..but i'm a tiny grasshoppa' when it comes to building circuits :P

If anyone knows of other good "vintage" receivers with about the same specs as the STA-2000 I'll just keep bargain hunting. The mach one's will come alive again!
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Old 27th December 2005, 07:46 PM   #12
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Hi muskgrave,
Try out a Marantz 2265B, 2285B, 2385B, 2500 (250W / CH ++). Integrated 1152DC or 1180DC, there was one bigger I think. Amps 170DC and 300DC.

These would more than satisfy you and the Mach 1's. The speakers would be the limiting factor in your sound system at this point. There are many amplifiers out there made by high end companies. You can also try the Nakamichi TA series (2, 3, 4). They would throw the Mach 1 's around as well.

Keep in mind that most Eeek Bay purchases should be checked out first. Most have problems.

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