Integrated Stereo Amplifier (1990-93)
Power output: 80 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.07%
Input sensitivity: 0.2mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 75dB (MC), 94dB (MM), 110dB (line)
Output: 150mV (line)
Dimensions: 434 x 160 x 397mm
Price: GBP £240 (1991)
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Reviewed Mar 20th, 2017 by richiemsch
This amp sounds good only if loudness is turned on. Otherwise, there's no bass enough. Eaven on loudness, bass control isn't good as should be, and high are nervous and hard to control to. Good value for money, about 100euro.
Reviewed Jul 02nd, 2016 by guest
In my opinion probably best integrated model from denon, better than 1060, 1560, 920, 1520, with better linearity from new models 1550 and 2000.
Look budget yes, but very well sounded.
Reviewed Jun 11th, 2016 by albytommy22
Excellent sound. Wide soundstage, punchy bass.
Reviewed May 18th, 2016 by RTM
It's a great value for the money and isn't representative of the BPC movement that mars most the rest of the mass market gear of this piece's new marketplace lifetime. I have it in my workshop powering a pair of Advent Legacy II's and it's more than enough for that space. I still prefer vintage Pioneer from approximately a decade before (the Denon has to be treated respectfully with regard to volume-it doesn't clip gracefully) and it's not quite as voltage stiff output wise, but it's quite fine. Particularly when mated to the speakers in the marketplace at that time. I'm a bit more fond of Denon's CD playback devices and their turntables. Denon knew how to build and market silver era monolith type pieces, they just weren't commonplace. Their monster amps were easier to find in magazine reviews, although they weren't priced at very mass market levels.