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Old 21st May 2012, 03:05 AM   #1
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Default Some questions about Yamaha R-S700 receiver

I was wondering about this receiver.
Iīm looking for a good amplifier with FM tuner.
The amplifier section is equal to the RX-797 or itīs different? Because I have the schematic of the RX-797 and itīs interesting because it has the same specs that the R-S700.
But I couldnīt find schematics for the R-S700.
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Old 23rd May 2012, 08:22 PM   #2
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R-S700 has a PGA volume control while RX-797 had a volume pot (like A-S700). Probably the power amps will be much the same but the preamp section obviously is another story. A 107 dB(A) SNR spec is pretty good for a PGA-equipped unit though; I'd expect very low noise.
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