|New Stereo Receiver from Outlaw Audio|
|Home Theater News AV Receiver News|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Thursday, 08 December 2005|
Outlaw Audio announced today that it has resurrected the high performance analog stereo receiver. The new Outlaw Audio Model RR 2150 "Retro Receiver" offers state-of-the-art two-channel analog music performance in a design, reminiscent of classic Art Deco table radios, that is a refreshing alternative to the typical seven-channel big-black-box home theater receiver according to Outlaw.
But "retro" does not mean old fashioned as the receiver features a USB input for connection to PCs, front-panel auxiliary input for portable music players, and a state-of-the-art digital AM/FM tuner. Like all Outlaw Audio products the RR 2150 is sold exclusively through the company's web site, www.outlawaudio.com.
The Outlaw Audio RR 2150 Retro Receiver provides an audiophile-grade pure analog signal path from the phonograph and line-level analog inputs all the way through to the speaker terminals. A 100-watts-per-channel amplifier gives the Retro Receiver more than enough power to drive large, full-range premium stereo speakers. Additionally, recognizing that some people prefer to use smaller speakers with a separate subwoofer, the RR 2150 is the first stereo receiver to offer a subwoofer output coupled to an analog bass management circuit. This means that the small speakers and subwoofer can be combined to sound like a pair of much larger speakers.