vr 5900

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by len j, Jan 17, 2003.

  1. len j

    len j Auditioning

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    I have a chance to pick one of these units up at very low cost and was wondering if it handle a 4 ohm load? I listened to this unit through a conisoure speaker package and it sounded great,it has tons of features and power,but that remote is freaking huge.any how i was wondering what you guys thought of them,any input would be great. thanx
     
  2. Doug_H

    Doug_H Supporting Actor

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    I have the 5900 and love it, best bang for the buck I have found. I ran 4 ohm Defs front and back for about 3 months without a problem. My buddy and I switched speakers after he bought the Defs and found out his Yamaha couldn't drive them without overheating. He had to save for a new receiver and bought the 5900 and I was able to get my beloved ESS's back. He hasn't had any problems at all.
     

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