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Teac A-1D

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Power Output:2 x 50 Watts (8 Ohms) | 2 x 75 Watts (4 Ohms)
Other:Aluminium front panel
6-input selector
Motor-driven master volume control
Tone control (bass, treble)
Balance control
Infrared system remote control
Binding-post speaker terminals
AC outlets (switched x1, unswitched x1)
6.3mm chrome plated headphone jack with volume control
Dimensions:435 x 100 x 355mm (Width x Height x Depth)
Weight:9.7kg / 21.34lbs
Year:2005

Rating:10.00 out of 10
Votes:1
Views:7,340
Reviews:1
Website:Teac

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By: George H
11th May 2023
4 out of 5 "TEAC A-1D"
First point is that I have given the amp a 4 star rating instead of a 5 this is SOLELY because it doesn't have a phono stage.
HOWEVER I am Very impressed with build quality and popping off the top the layout of the PCB's is unusually spacious, I have worked on these pieces before and they are pretty straightforward the source selection knob turns with a nice solid feel and is digital so it turns with no stopping point.
I have not turned the volume beyond 9 o'clock because I currently get along fine with my lovely neighbours and I know this will rattle my poorly insulated English windows.
DO use the direct input as it is a little cleaner in the lower frequencies and as with all the TEAC amps trimming the treble is a must.
I haven't tried it as a pre-amp but it's still a welcome piece in my TEAC collection.
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