Comments on Sunfire Cinema Grand Signature (Series2)

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Joseph Woon, Apr 20, 2003.

  1. Joseph Woon

    Joseph Woon Auditioning

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    Can anyone pls give comments on the above power amp? Thanks!
     
  2. Chu Gai

    Chu Gai Lead Actor

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    oodles of power, can handle 4 ohms without coughing, and puts out gobs of power for brief periods of time into 2 ohms. Very respectable warranty, adequately low distortion, etc. Should be able to drive just about any speaker out there without problems.
     
  3. Joseph Woon

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    thanks...any more comments??
     
  4. Pat_Kim

    Pat_Kim Auditioning

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    well I sold my sunfire signature cinema grand architectural unit on audiogon a few weeks ago. IMHO- just didnt provide enough current as my trusty sherbourn 7/2100. Although the sunfire is rated with more watts, the sherbourn provided much more bass for my speakers. The sherbourn also has better articulation and depth with my speakers. Hope this helps.
     
  5. Chu Gai

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    on peaks the sherbourn will put out 20 amps/channel, the sunfire does 6x that. sherbourn's a nice amp too, aka Outlaw i think.
     
  6. Al B. C

    Al B. C Supporting Actor

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    Sunfire's a great amp.

    I have a pair of B&W N802's for my fronts and my Sunfire really makes them come alive. [​IMG]

    Balls out power, clean sounding, cool operation and attractive pricing.

    What else do you need?
     

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