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Thomson ResearchSoft EndNote v.6 - Standard - 1 User Reviews
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Amazing Value

By bgpeters Verified Purchaser from Destin, FL on 08/29/2007


Lacking A Power Adapter

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Deep Clear Bass

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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Stunning clarity when the volume dial is kept below 10 o'clock. Surprisingly deep bass. I am using this with a pair of Polk RTi4 bookshelf speakers and I am getting plenty of low end on my jazz CDs. I am using this amp in a 20' x 20' room and it plays plenty loud enough at the 10 o'clock setting. I purchased the Sonic Impact power adapter from [...] as well, and have not used the amp on battery power. I would highly recommend this amp to anyone looking for true high quality sound. This is a hands down better choice over any all-in-one bookshelf system. It frees up a lot of cash for you to spend on good quality speakers.

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"I cannot accurately ...

By Scott F Verified Reviewer from Undisclosed on 05/08/2006

I cannot accurately judge the ultimate sound quality of this amplifier, because I don't have it hooked up to a set of top notch speakers. It's powering a set of Radio Shack Minimus 7 speakers, and it does a fine job at that. Sound quality is very good, and it will play very loud, even with these inefficient speakers, without clipping or noticeable distortion. Build quality is not great, though. Construction is cheap plastic (what else can you expect at this price point?) and looks, well... cheap. But if it's tucked behind your laptop and nobody can see it, then who cares? This is my second unit. The first one dropped the left channel after less than a month of service. Disappointing, but not entirely unexpected in an amplifier this inexpensive. I now make a point to turn the unit off when I'm not using it to maximize its lifespan. I'd gladly pay ten bucks more for a simple, extruded aluminum housing, I think. Verdict? For less than $[...], you can either buy this small, good sounding amplifier, or go to a pawn shop and buy a 1970's vintage HEAVY receiver to do the same job. The sonic impact amp is far more portable and takes up much less desk space. I'm happy with my purchase.

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