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Re: X991DG


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Posted by BeatleFred on November 02, 2004 at 17:27:53:

In Reply to: X991DG posted by LLM on October 28, 2004 at 04:05:12:

The November 1989 issue of 'Stereophile' and the April 1990 issue of 'Audio' (which I have) both have an in-depth review of the AU-X911DG.

The most important feature of this model is its built in D/D converter (digital-to-analog), which you may want to take advantge of by using an appropriate cd player.

As far as Power capability goes, the 911DG will do ok into 4 ohm speaker loads, but not exceptionally well. They are better suited to 8 ohm speakers.

B/F


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