Modern Integrated Amplifier for HPM-60

Discussion in 'Pioneer Audio' started by Parabellum27, Sep 28, 2017.

  1. Parabellum27

    Parabellum27 New Member

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    Hi there,

    I would like to know what would be a good match of a modern integrated amplifier with the HPM-60. I am interested in Pioneer SA-9500 II but I would like to have the comodity of the banana plugs and not have to worry about recap or anything. I will adjust to the speakers so if they sound bright by nature, I will try to find something that will balance things out.

    Thanks,

    Serge
     
  2. White_wolf

    White_wolf Active Member

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    Well a great pioneer Amp that is also cheap would be the SA-1040 or SA-1050. They might be a little older than you are looking for made 1984-1986, but they are usually fully working when you find them. Just deoxit the pots and switches.
    Aside from not great looks they sound beautiful, very clear and transparent sound, I have a SA-1050. They are very well performing, under appreciated Amplifiers.
    They are rated for 100wpc x 2 @8ohms with very low THD.
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