Interesting new preamp processor

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  1. Geo

    Geo Stunt Coordinator

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  2. Scott H

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    Arcam is a very well respected company, with quite popular integrated amps. I praise the lack of tuner, which makes it a real pre/pro separate. Also has a phono stage option for vinyl folks.
     
  3. Tony Lai

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    Look at the RRP.

    I'll let you all get the sticker shock I just got :)

    T.
     
  4. Mike_Ch

    Mike_Ch Stunt Coordinator

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    Woah! Nice piece, but Tony, imagine the price when it reaches Australia, what with our poor exchange rate and high dealer markups [​IMG]
    I'm just gonna stick to the ME stuff for my dose of (affordable) high-end thanks very much!
    Cheers,
    Mike
     
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    Geo

    Are you the same Geo from HTOC.net? If so it's good to see you around. I have finally started upgrading. I bought a Rotel 1095 to hook up to the Yamaha 2090.

    I will look at this Arcam. I heard some of thier stuff at the Toronto Hi-Fi show a few years ago and was impressed.

    Joe
     
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    Arcam uses 2 of the Crystal DSPs and Outlaw uses 4 of these Crystal DSPs (Lex MC-12 uses these DSPs too) while cost of Arcam is approx $5,000 vs. cost of Outlaw $900.

    Something to consider.
     

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