Stereo Integrated Amplifier (1990-91)
Power output: 70 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.015%
Input sensitivity: 0.2mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 75dB (MC), 94dB (MM), 110dB (line)
Dimensions: 434 x 140 x 353mm
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Reviewed Apr 19th, 2016 by blizzard
As an avid collector and owner of Denon audio equipment, I picked up this little gem for 150$. Late eighties early nineties, Denon were at their peak, and this little amp is an example of that. Low and medium volume levels, this is an Absolute sweat sounding amp with with deep controlled bass, warm detailed midrange and crystal clear highs, thanks to Denon's optical class A biasing which keeps this baby singing in full class A at low to medium volumes. My speakers are huge floor standers which are difficult to drive because of their low impedance, but no problem for this amp. Only on high volume beyond comfortable listening levels, do the wheels come of on this 70 watt amp and manifests itself in the highs becoming a little aggressive. Did a back to back comparison to the latest 100 watt offering from Nu Prime and the Denon ran all over it.
They simply don't make em like that anymore!The amplifier is 100% original and functioning after 25 years like most of the Denon equipment I own from that era.
Reviewed Jun 09th, 2015 by colin44ct357
i had the 680 a year back which was a true pleasure to listen to, deep and pure...as good as or better than the nads, well this one is on a par and delivers 110wrms x 2 at 0.7 which is pretty impressive. just finished reworking the main pcb and speaker selector/protection pcb..loads of dry joints on both, well for an amp of this age that is to be expected. the new digital equipment can get lost, this is HI FI!
Reviewed Jul 27th, 2014 by micthetic
Pretty much agree with the other poster. These amplifiers offer a very neutral, open, quite deep and definately hifi experience. It cannot be faulted for the sort of money they sell for secondhand. I wholeheartedly recommend this amplifier if, like me, you once delved heavily in audiophilia and now take things a lot less seriously but still know and demand good performance from your equipment. Solidly built with a decent phono stage you don't need to look any further than the Denon PMA-560 if you're considering buying a quality budget amplifier.