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jbk 03-11-2009 11:27 AM

B&K Reference Series
Does anyone have experience with the B&K Reference series?

Specifically, the Reference 70 home theater preamp processor?

Thanks in advance,


adidadi 07-13-2009 05:50 PM

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was quite good, but lacked the finesse of high end. Left me wanting more. Also, no 1.3 decoding and had some glitches.

Enoch 07-18-2009 06:49 PM

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Entry level separates. Still a good value.

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cujo8 05-10-2012 10:33 AM

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I owned a B&K Ref-20 and I replaced it with a B&K Ref-50 and they both worked well for me for many years. The Ref-50 did have an occasional glitch where it would drop on of the 5.1 channels occasionally, but if I shut it off and restarted it the channel would return. I eventually bought an Integra DHC-80.1 pre-amp to replace the Ref-50, since I wanted to have the HDMI switching and the other features the Integra preamp offered. I've had the Integra preamp for ~ 2 years now and I now have in the shop for a no sound issue (see my post for more details). I moved away from B&K since they were not keeping up with new technology and they were a bit pricey as well IMO.


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