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JerryDelColliano 02-03-2008 10:46 AM

NuForce: a new player in the high end market
 
http://avrev.com/equip/nuforce_reference9se_amp/

Read this review and tell me what you think about the idea of digital amps.

Personally, I think they are the goods. We have the Bel Canto amp that I FLIPPED FOR at CES and Andrew Robinson LOVES (see pending review in March).

Less heat, liquid sound, HUGE volumes of power, quiet, small.

Vast improvements over analog amps of the past.

Is this a significant change or just somebody making the most of a slick technology that really belongs packed away in some Sunfire subwoofer?

enrique 02-05-2008 02:21 PM

Re: NuForce: a new player in the high end market
 
all those things you mentioned about those amps i understand are very true.But on a sidenote to my understanding the nuforce amps cause FM inerference.If you have a rec as i do it may cause some problems w/FM.

JerryDelColliano 02-05-2008 02:25 PM

Re: NuForce: a new player in the high end market
 
I haven't listened to FM since my father published the trade publication Inside Radio. When you know the people running terrestrial radio - it simply drives you to satellite, iPod, CDs or even 78's. ANYTHING but radio.

Seriously, the only FM station I listen to is the jazz station from San Francisco over the Internet via iTunes so I can't comment on FM interference.

enrique 02-05-2008 04:32 PM

Re: NuForce: a new player in the high end market
 
Well i actually was looking into the nuforce awhile back and the interference problem was what swayed me.We do listen to FM music sometimes the stations play pretty good music.It also it comes in great where i'm at.Dont get me wrong it's obviously not for serious listening.

deacongreg 02-05-2008 07:01 PM

Re: NuForce: a new player in the high end market
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by JerryDelColliano (Post 10679)
I haven't listened to FM since my father published the trade publication Inside Radio. When you know the people running terrestrial radio - it simply drives you to satellite, iPod, CDs or even 78's. ANYTHING but radio.

Seriously, the only FM station I listen to is the jazz station from San Francisco over the Internet via iTunes so I can't comment on FM interference.

Jerry, I think I asked you this before, and I`m glad you brought this up again. What is the station called, and how can I access it via I-Tunes?

Silver Supra 02-05-2008 08:11 PM

Re: NuForce: a new player in the high end market
 
I haven't experienced any FM issues with my V2 SE's.


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