Released February, 2008
The Pros:Endless array of configuration options. Amazing build quality. Amazing amplification - ultra low noise and distortion.
The Cons:Very bulky and heavy. Very expensive. Configuration can be daunting for a non-technical audiophile.
The Denon POA-A1HDCI is an ultra-reference 10 channel A/V power amplifier offered by Denon. This high quality power amplifier has discrete power to each of its 10 channels, each of which is equipped with a dedicated DC power supply for optimum fidelity with minimum interference between channels.
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High current DC rectifiers and companion high current filter/storage capacitors ensure stable performance with low impedance (4 ohms) speaker loads, even in bridged mode. Each channel also features A/B speaker outputs allowing tremendous felixibility for multi-zone and bi-amping situations. Control Link connectivity gives seamless configuration and switching via the A/V controller. The rugged chassis features direct mechanical grounding that eliminates microphonically-induced distortions, along with extensive shielding to prevent mutual interference between individual amplifier channels and low and high power circuits. This is an ideal match for the Denon AVP-A1HDCI A/V home theater/multimedia preamplifier.
- Finish: Black
- Power Output; Watts Per Channel: 150
- All Channels Rated @ 0.05 THD
- Weight: In Pounds: 132
- Width (inches): 17.1
- Height (inches): 11.1
- Depth (inches): 20.9
- Inputs: RCA / XLR
- Briged mode
- Bi-Amp mode
- THX Ultra2-Certified
- Banana Plug Speaker Terminals, All Channels: High Grade 5-way binding post
- RS-232 Port – Third Party Remote Controllers
- +12v Trigger Output - Assignable: 1 - +12v Trigger Input
- Assignable Amplifier Configuration of Surround Back Channels: Completely Configurable Amplifiers
- Equal Power Amplifiers: Y/10 ch
- Low Impedance Drive Capability
- High-Current/Discrete Amplifiers
- Independent Power Supplies
- Pure Audio Construction
- Relay-Controlled Protection Circuits
- Subwoofer Peak-Level Limiter (THX)
User Reviews (3)
endless array of configuration options
amazing amplification - ultra low noise and distortion
drives low impedance speakers well
configuration can be daunting for a non-technical audiophile
poor efficiency - even for an A/B class design, high power consumption, lots of heat created
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