Stereo Power Amplifier (1992-96)
Power output: 110 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 5Hz to 150kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.009%
Input sensitivity: 1V
Signal to noise ratio: 120dB
Dimensions: 459 x 424 x 163mm
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Reviewed Nov 10th, 2015 by C.A. Ray
I have recently purchased (2015) a complete 'Urushi' system to include an M-73. I can, without hesitation, advise it is a well finished and exemplary performing amplifier.
Because I listen to 'music' at the approximate level as the original recording, this unit easily reproduces excellent clean clear sound effortlessly through my B&W 802 Diamond speakers.
Remember these components were produced in a totally different era, performance agenda and manufacturing mentality and plan to have many many years of enjoyment (it should see me out). It was not overly expensive, but I would have had to pay a considerable amount more only to achieve marginally greater performance.
Why do I say that you say, because I was in the final stages of considering the purchase of an esoteric system that was going to cost me just under Â£100K. This Pioneer Urushi Reference system was via an estate probate.
I might consider an M-93 in the future but the M-73 is, as I've said, sufficiently adequate.