AV amp has died. What direction to go with a replacement?

SonicHedgehog

Active Member
Good grief! What a sound! No set up, just plugged it in straight out of the box and it sounds amazing. So much detail, clarity and rhythm. I’m sure I’m going to have some set up questions but I really can’t think there is anything better sounding for £1199. incredible.
 
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Deleted member 39241

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Good grief! What a sound! No set up, just plugged it in straight out of the box and it sounds amazing. So much detail, clarity and rhythm. I’m sure I’m going to have some set up questions but I really can’t think there is anything better sounding for £1199. incredible.
What did you buy in the end?
 
Good grief! What a sound! No set up, just plugged it in straight out of the box and it sounds amazing. So much detail, clarity and rhythm. I’m sure I’m going to have some set up questions but I really can’t think there is anything better sounding for £1199. incredible.
 

ashenfie

Well-known Member
You won't regret getting the 390 decent AVR, if you need any help let me know and I will try and assist
 

SonicHedgehog

Active Member
Thanks everyone. Having been weaned off the hifi drug several years ago I had forgotten how good it can sound. I’m already scouring the interweb for a five channel power amplifier for even more oomph, not that it needs it. First things first though, I need to wrap my head around Dirac. I can’t believe I’m about to say this but I might actually need to read the manual!
 
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Deleted member 39241

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This is a good introductory video for Dirac, and fairly up to date:

 

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