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Daniel Kumin Posted: Sep 02, 2006 0 comments

Note: The two components were tested together, with all measurements taken from the Model 7075 amplifier's speaker outputs.

Daniel Kumin Posted: Oct 03, 2006 0 comments

Note: Components tested together, with all measurements taken from the MCA 50 amplifier's speaker outputs.


Daniel Kumin Posted: Sep 01, 1988 0 comments


Daniel Kumin Posted: Oct 02, 1988 0 comments

AudioControl's Maestro M2e/Savoy duo produced very impressive power in all tests, with the Savoy generating more watts than expected from such a relatively compact and light amplifier. It met its 150 watts-per-channel spec even with all seven channels driven simultaneously and surpassed it by wide margins in our stereo and five-channel trials.

Daniel Kumin Posted: May 03, 1988 0 comments

The Cambridge Audio Azur 640R was a pleasure to measure, as it consistently delivered expected behavior and declined to snap fuses, smoke circuit boards, or require resetting, despite the usual abuse.

Daniel Kumin Posted: Apr 04, 1988 0 comments

DOLBY DIGITAL PERFORMANCE All data were obtained from various test DVDs using 16-bit dithered test signals, which set limits on measured distorting and noise performance. Reference input level is -20 dBFS, and reference output is 1 watt into 8 ohms. Volume setting for reference level was -1.5.

Daniel Kumin Posted: Feb 02, 1989 0 comments

Denon's AVR-4308CI impressed, with very good power results, and virtually perfect noise and linearity performance. Power with stereo channels driven handily bettered Denon's 140 watts spec, and performance with 5 channels driven was only a scant half-dB shy of that mark, at 126 watts.

Daniel Kumin Posted: Dec 02, 1988 0 comments

Meridian's G95 measured excellently in every test. Power was just about spot on its 100-watt spec, though the unit fell a bare 0.8 dB short of this level with all 5 channels driven. True to its high-efficiency Class D nature, the G95 remained at virtually the same temperature (warm, but not hot) whether it was left idling all day, or driven to the verge of clipping for long periods.