Does anyone have any input on how Outlaw Audio compares to other manufactures?
I discovered Outlaw as I read through these forms and I am intrigued by their "we are a better value" claim. Are they?
I was looking at their site today and noticed that they have a 970/7075 PrePro/Amp combo for $1099, which is a lot more than I would have spent on a receiver (but I am really just getting into this). When I compare my other choices, I could get a 3806 Denon (or other mid/high range intergated receiver) for a little less. It seems that everyone on the boards would recommend running the seperate amp but I also see alot of receivers acting as pre/pro's.
So what's the better route? Get a receiver and then later on add the amp or does this Outlaw PrePro/Amp combo make more sense if I know I will add the amp later?
Unless I am missing something with the processing or internals of the other receivers, is it a waste to buy a receiver if my end plan was to add an amp?
Also, I've got a somewhat dumb question - if something says Pre/Pro does it include a tuner? It wasn't sure until today when I read about this combo from Outlaw that I realized this also included a tuner or does it? When I looked at these seperates before I thought I also needed to purchase a tuner which put the price out of my reach. At roughly $1,000 I am rethinking it again.
For speakers I am running Rti4's (four of them) and a Csi3. Is it over kill to consider seperates for these?