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AudioControl Concert AVR-1 Home Theater AV Receiver Review
Audio Video Revolution
12 November 2010
Excerpt: I like movies but dislike the movie theater experience. I'll never understand the connection between attending the cinema and stuffing one's face with as much popcorn, candy and soda as possible in a 2-hour swipe. Inevitably, I'm surrounded by groups of folks more intent on demonstrating how loudly they can masticate than actually watching the film. Thus, I've acquired a reputation as something of a movie theater Scrooge and would rather do the whole movie thing at home.
Excerpt: The AudioControl Concert AVR-1 embodies the paradox of high-end A/V receivers. Befitting an audiophile product, its Class H amplification can take an input signal and fill a room with commendable transparency and power. At the same time, it departs from strict fidelity to the input signal by offering pragmatic features like Dolby Volume and room correction. Let’s take a closer look at its dual nature.
Excerpt: You may not have heard of AudioControl, but it is a sizeable 30-year-old company and a big hit back in its native US of A. The company is probably most famous for its in-car equipment but it has a growing reputation for home theatre gear; often great value and often selected by installers for classy home cinemas.