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FS: NEW JVC RX-F10S Receiver/Amp
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Old 27th August 2006, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default FS: NEW JVC RX-F10S Receiver/Amp

This is the one that was raved about over on Audiocircle and other places (http://www.audiocircle.com). It is exceptional through the analogs and is capable of driving tough loads. A few that have the Maggie 1.6QR's claimed excellent synergy and no issues at all driving them. I have one driving my 4 ohm floorstanders and it is fantastic up to a certain spl level. The sound is described as exceptionally clear, a good cross combo between tubes/solid state, non-tripath like (i.e. Panasonic), and extremely musical.

Price is $200 plus shipping and paypal.
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