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Since no one listens before they buy, selling today's receivers is a numbers game, and sound quality takes a back seat. It's a strange turn of events, but mainstream manufacturers long ago gave up on the idea of selling receivers on the basis of superior sound quality. I'm not claiming today's receivers sound "bad," but since almost no one ever listens to a receiver before they buy one, selling sound quality is next to impossible.
January 16, in Hi-Fi Systems Reviews. Every high-quality manufacturer has their bread and butter products and their cost-no object flagship line. Ford has Lincoln.
Anybody compared vintage HK vs Marantz. Say, as to how an HK would do head to head driving Heritage with a Marantzsame power, about the same vintage. I know that the HK's signal is pretty sweet and sounds fabulous on Heritage.
Last edited by tiefbassuebertr; 21st September at PM. Find More Posts by tiefbassuebertr. If this can help, I'm posting the schematics of a nice sounding Harman Kardon receiver of the same year, the SR
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