Teac AG-D9230


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Brand and Model:Teac AG-D9230
Price ($USD):$599
Features:
checked Tunerchecked Ampchecked Dolby Prologic
checked Dolby Digitalchecked DTSun-checked THX Certified
un-checked 7.1 Channels
Audio Inputs:
6ch:6Phono:0
Digital Coax:1Digital Optical:0
Video Inputs:
Composite:4S-Video:3
Component:
Audio Outputs:
Speaker:5 + A/B mainsPreamp/6ch.:6 + sub
Video Outputs:
Composite:2S-Video:2
Component:
Amplifier
Power (Main Speakers):130St; 100x5 Watts
Power (Surround Speakers):100 Watts
THD:%
Weight (lbs):23.5 lbs. lbs.
Dimensions (w/h/d):17 1/8" x 6 1/2" x 15
Description:24-bit / 96 kHz D/A Converters, OSD, "Secondary Audio

for Video Editing Sytem," signal reproduction "from

14 Hz to over 65 kHz with exceptional linearity

(+1./-3k db)," and 2 Component Video In and 1 Out

on a receiver that retails for &599 and I found for

$390. I just wanted something for my bedroom but am

wondering whether I should have spent almost $4000

for a Parasound that doesn't sound remarkably better.




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Teac AG-D9230
i hope iwant..................

Overall Rating: 1
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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.22.123)
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Teac AG-D9230
For a sub $1000 receiver this unit is pretty good but it retails for under $600 and I got it for around $400 at jandr.com and it performs better than any of the big comsumer electronic receivers I've listened to that cost more and don't have component video switching and supplies ample power. The OSD could be more advanced but is plenty sufficient for the price.

Overall Rating: 10
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Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.100.6)
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Teac AG-D9230
I paid $390 for this unit for my bedroom and it retails for
$590. If anyone can find a receiver with Component Video in
and out that sounds and retails for under $900, I want to
see it! Come to think of it, I don't even think there is a
receiver under $1000 that I'm aware of with Component Video
Switching. For the price, even at full retail, this thing
is a 10+ and it sounds as good, or better, than some $1000
Processor only Pre-amps with no amplification. The
amplification is the best I've heard in a combination
product with no smearing/distortion in the mains when
a complex movie scene is blasting (blasting for 100
Watts).

Overall Rating: 10
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.46.195)
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