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Kenwood KA-900 vs Yamaha A-760

Discussion in 'Equipment Reviews & Opinions' started by Spyda666, Aug 4, 2018.

  1. Spyda666

    Spyda666 New Member

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    Hey Everyone,
    So I’m a guy with not that much resources to sink into my system so I try to get the best sound I can on the cheap. Here’s my question to the experts (y’all): I own a Kenwood KA-900 amp and it sounds pretty damn good but the lights don’t work and it’s missing the clear face cover. Also I’m not a real fan of the slider volume. I just inherited a Yamaha A-760 which everything works. They both are from around 1980. Which of these is perceived to be the better integrated amp? Which have the better build? I haven’t received the Yamaha yet so I haven’t been able to compare them with the ear test. Any input would be appreciated. Thx
     

     

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  2. dpdatl

    dpdatl AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    I would say the Kenwood but I am a little biased. It has two transformers, more capacitance, and it is built better.
     

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