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    Default Denon POA 2400

    Any good? Can pick it up for $125. Just something different to try out and play around with.

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    Seems like a great price although I have not heard that particular model.

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    There is a parasound A51 on audioadvisor for a good price, I remember you were thinking about picking one up..

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    I have been using a POA-2400 for over twenty years. I've also had Parasound, Adcom, NAD, and Rotel amps over the years. The POA-2400 is the only one that's still here...

    $125 is a steal, assuming it works. The only thing I never liked about it were the odd binding posts, which I finally took care of a couple of years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueboxer View Post
    There is a parasound A51 on audioadvisor for a good price, I remember you were thinking about picking one up..
    Looking for the Halo A52. 125 watts per channel is more than enough for my efficient speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamM2 View Post
    I have been using a POA-2400 for over twenty years. I've also had Parasound, Adcom, NAD, and Rotel amps over the years. The POA-2400 is the only one that's still here...

    $125 is a steal, assuming it works. The only thing I never liked about it were the odd binding posts, which I finally took care of a couple of years ago.

    Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroyjr1 View Post
    Any good? Can pick it up for $125. Just something different to try out and play around with.

    Thanks
    Good price!
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