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Theta Dreadnaught II Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

Theta Dreadnaught II Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

By Jerry Del Colliano

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

With a name like "Dreadnaught" you'd expect this beast from Theta to perform a certain way, and that it does. With 225 watts for each of its 7 channels, the Dreadnaught is powerful in sound as well as looks. Read More

 
Adcom GFA-7605 Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

Adcom GFA-7605 Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

By Jerry Del Colliano

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

Looking for an amp that performs well without breaking the bank? How about the 7-channel GFA-7605 from Adcom? At only $888, the 7605 has 125 watts per channel and a chassis that is understated without looking cheap. Read More

 
Anthem PVA7 Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

Anthem PVA7 Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

By Jerry Del Colliano

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

The PVA7 from Anthem may not be the most powerful amp out there, with "only" 105 watts per channel, but at $1,500 it's priced extremely well for just about any budget. This high-value but still with great performance is what Anthem is all about. Read More

 
Bryston 9B SST Five-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

Bryston 9B SST Five-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

By Jerry Del Colliano

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

You don't get much more of a storied brand in AV than Bryston. Their amps are well known to be fantastic sounding and very powerful. The 9B SST pumps out 140 watts for each of its five channels, and it even has a 20 year warranty. Read More

 
Emotiva MPS-2 Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

Emotiva MPS-2 Seven-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

By Jerry Del Colliano

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

The slick looking MPS-2 from Emotiva is only $1,699, but has an impressive 200 watts of Class H power for each of its seven channels. What's even more impressive is it will put out 400 watts into 4 ohms as well. Read More

 
ATI 3000 Series Amplifier Reviewed

ATI 3000 Series Amplifier Reviewed

By Jerry Del Colliano

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

ATI may not be as well known as Bryston or Crown, but in reality they make amplifiers for many, many companies in an OEM fashion. The huge, powerful, and modular 3000 series can be 2-to-7 channels, with 300 watts per channel. Read More

 
Sunfire TGA 7401 Multi-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

Sunfire TGA 7401 Multi-Channel Amplifier Reviewed

By Jerry Del Colliano

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

Sunfire has built its name on creating small, lightweight, but extremely powerful amplifiers for the audiophile market. The TGA 7401 has seven channels, with a whopping 400 watts each. Not bad for $4,450. Read More

 
Outlaw Audio 7200 7-Channel Power Amplifier Reviewed

Outlaw Audio 7200 7-Channel Power Amplifier Reviewed

By Jerry Del Colliano

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

Direct retailer Outlaw sells audio gear at low prices thanks to a lack of a "middle man" like Best Buy. The big 7200 is a 200-watt per 7-channel amp (hence the model number). At only $1,849, it's quite a bargain. Read More

 
Mark Levinson No. 433 Triple Monaural Amplifier Reviewed

Mark Levinson No. 433 Triple Monaural Amplifier Reviewed

By Andrew Robinson

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

What's a "Triple Monaural" amp? It's an amp that features three monoblock amps in one chassis. Sliding in at an even $10,000, the No. 433 is not for the faint of wallet. It's got 200 watts for each of those channels. Andrew Robinson checks it out. Read More

 
Anthem Statement D1 AV Preamp and P5 Amplifier Reviewed

Anthem Statement D1 AV Preamp and P5 Amplifier Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

The Anthem D1 was the premier AV preamp by the Canadian manufacturer of high end audio. While lacking most if not all video, it offered excellent audio performance. There is little to want for with this higher end preamp. Read a full review here. Read More