Stereo Control Amplifier
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
Output: 1V (Pre out)
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Pioneer Pre Amplifiers
Reviewed Dec 19th, 2014 by RTM
Discrete Dual Mono design with VERY high output (8V) and very low noise. Three PS's (L,R.Video) and the video inputs can be used for additional audio. (I use them for my large Tape deck collection). The Phono section was phenomenal at the time of its introduction is still stands up to many outboard Phono Stages now. It's Quiet.....Quiet...and more Quiet. The only downside is the tone controls are centered too high (Bass) and too low (Treble) to be really useful (The treble is overlook-able, it's the bass that is bothersome). They had it right during the SPEC era and changed it later, why....I will never know. So I run mine flat. WIDE dynamic capability. It retailed for $1300.00 new in '93 and I'd wager to copy it now would be five times that. I quite like it. They do NOT run especially cool, so make room for ventilation in order to ensure longevity. The Remote Control is essential for me. I control my Tuner (F-93) and my Tape deck (CT-93) through it.