Summary: ...aye, that's right, since April 2001, when I bought it after auditioning all the other cheapos in a hi-fi shop in Sydney. Bet it goes on the blink now I've written that, but after 12 years for just over the 100 quid mark you can't complain.
Summary: I bought this amp not knowing a great deal about hifi, looking to purchase a fairly cheap set up. I was running wharfedale 9.1's off it and for about a year, a little more and it sounded great. Nice and loud with rich bottom end and top end colour.
Summary: This Pioneer replaced a very old Sansui digital amp/tuner from an era when digital was new and needed to be written on the front. Always had good sound so this Pioneer had some boots to fill. Anyway, this new one is superb. Easy to install and connect up.
Summary: Good Product and good value for money. I have just got one of these and I think it's powerful and of good quality. It's simple to use and it delivers. I had read some review before I made my order, that were not very flatering of this product.It is certainly not the best on the market, but I will...
Summary: Excellent sound quality. I bought this to replace a Technics component system that is gradually failing, and the sound quality from this amplifier is a noticeable improvement. As others have pointed out there is no remote control, but mine came with a UK 13A plug.
Summary: I bought this amp to use in my loft, connecting a turntable and DAB component (Cambridge Audio) unit. What an excellent bargain! Lovely rich sound from my Marantz turntable again, great performance definition and depth from the amp, using the built in pre-amp/phono stage. DAB sounds great, too.
Summary: I wanted to replace a very old Trio Amp for my play room. I think there is alot of rubbish talked about Hi Fi in general & I believe that the weakess link in any system are the speakers, which can be a very personel thing.