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Wanted Stereo Integrated Amplifier

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shailenderb

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I am looking for a powerful (at least 130 RMS per channel at 8 ohms) stereo amplifier with a full fledged remote control.

Pl PM me.

Regds / Shailender
 

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nirrej

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I am looking for a powerful (at least 130 RMS per channel at 8 ohms) stereo amplifier with a full fledged remote control.

Pl PM me.

Regds / Shailender

dear Shailender,

This description will not get you a proper answer.
Please specify more details like budget, your taste in music
and the speakers you intend to pair it with..
and RMS value is not an accurate
measurement of an Amp's capability.
 

shailenderb

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dear Shailender,

This description will not get you a proper answer.
Please specify more details like budget, your taste in music
and the speakers you intend to pair it with..
and RMS value is not an accurate
measurement of an Amp's capability.

Thanks Nirrej:

I have no fixed budget. Can be flexible. I listen to all sorts of music, but mostly old Hindi nos. (read Kishore Kumar). I have tower speakers made by
LG (rated as 230W RMS each). I have now connected it to a Vintage
Sansui stereo amp (G-5000) and am really happy with the audio quality. Only reason I am looking for a new amp is I need one with remote. Sansui is a
non-remote model.

Regds / Shailender
 

unleash_me

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You have a decent amp. So why not consider getting a pair of good speakers first?
 

shailenderb

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You have a decent amp. So why not consider getting a pair of good speakers first?

UM:

The speakers are very good. Don't go by the brand name. They are part of a home theatre system (new) I bought at a throw away price. The system consists of an AVR with HDMI, 4 towers, a centre and a rear centre (both small ones). The AVR (especially in "Bypass" mode) gives out unbelievable sound quality - considering the make, that is. I have set it up as a separate HT with a PS3 and an LG 42 LCD. For rear, I am using a pair of old Jamo speakers. These two towers are now being used for "pure" music with my G-5000 along with another PS3 80 GB with analogue connectors.

I have been using the volume control on the PS3 (software-based) in the absence of a remote control. Thought I might as well get a more powerful amp (G-5000 is only 45 W) with a remote.

Any other suggestions?

Regds / Shailender
 

nirrej

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Changing your amp just becoz it doesn't have a remote is not a good excuse to buy a new amp:)

I don't see the need for changing the volume in an amp very often.
It is not like our TV channels where each channel has different "loudness" levels.
In my case eventhough my amp has a full fledged remote i never use it.
Once i set a particular volume that is it for all the songs, that time of the day.
(If you still feel different songs have different volumes burn your CDs using the option in Nero where you can alter the volume of all songs to the same level)

I would suggest you visit a few HIFI showrooms with your fav CDs and have a listen in their demo rooms. Then definitely you will change your requirements. You will feel the need to retain your good old AMP and go for a good pair of speakers.
 

shailenderb

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Changing your amp just becoz it doesn't have a remote is not a good excuse to buy a new amp:)

I don't see the need for changing the volume in an amp very often.
It is not like our TV channels where each channel has different "loudness" levels.
In my case eventhough my amp has a full fledged remote i never use it.
Once i set a particular volume that is it for all the songs, that time of the day.
(If you still feel different songs have different volumes burn your CDs using the option in Nero where you can alter the volume of all songs to the same level)

I would suggest you visit a few HIFI showrooms with your fav CDs and have a listen in their demo rooms. Then definitely you will change your requirements. You will feel the need to retain your good old AMP and go for a good pair of speakers.

Thanks. Actually, PS3, with the latest update, has the normalisation option available for audio playback.

Let me follow your suggestion. Shall get back soon.

Regds / Shailender
 

mitul mehta

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My suggestion will go for Cambridge Audio amp with Whafdale 8.4 dimond floor standing. This will cost you under 30K seconds.
 

hemantwaghe

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Shailendra have got the amp?
What is your lcation?
If you are in mumbai I may give you remote sollution..
 

Hari Iyer

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I am looking for a powerful (at least 130 RMS per channel at 8 ohms) stereo amplifier with a full fledged remote control.

Pl PM me.

Regds / Shailender

If you are low on budget, i will suggest you DNM integrated stereo amplifier with Remote for Rs.15,000/-. Its 100 Watts RMS and is build with IGBT technology.
 

niravj

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You could also look at Norge..around 12k and does 125W..

Also you can go for a pre with a remote if you like everything in your current setup...
 
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