anyone know where i can find the specs for this receiver?

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  1. JauCheeze

    JauCheeze Stunt Coordinator

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    I have a old onkyo A-SV610Pro dolby prologic receiver. I'm wondering if any knows where I can find the specifications for it. I tried searching on google but couldn't find anything. Thanks
     
  2. Chu Gai

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    I do wish all manufacturers would keep an uptodate listing of manuals and specifications for their old products online. Gee it's only a few megs of memory.

    You can try calling them directly at 1-800-229-1687 and maybe someone there can find something to fax you.

    The little I could dig up (off a Ukranian website...sheesh!) says that it's a Dolby Prologic 2x120 watts. I'd imagine it was a competent unit in its day. Good luck getting more info!
     
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    From the 1993 Audio Equipment Directory :

    125 watt per channel continuous average into 8 ohms from 20Hz-20kHz.
    50dB headroom.
    List price $630.
    Multi-room remote capability.

    The “A” designation in the model number means it’s an integrated amplifier, not a receiver. Receivers had a “TX” designation.

    There is no indication as to which channels the wattage ratings came from, but judging from specs for other Onkyo receivers that year, it's probably front and center.

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    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     
  4. JauCheeze

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    cool thanks for the specs guys...

    can this integrated amplifier can drive the SVS CS 25-31? i guess i still need to find out if it can handle 4ohm loads.
     
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    The Equipment Directory has a space for a 4-ohm rating, but it was left blank for this amp.

    Typically, multi-channel home theater receivers and integrated amps are not rated for 4-ohm use. This is because most are not robust enough to drive a full set of low impedance speakers. However, if you are only using one or two channels, you can probably get away with it.

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  6. JauCheeze

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    is there enough power to drive SVS CS subwoofers though?
     

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