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Sam Hunter
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 - posted 01-15-2003 01:40 PM      Profile for Sam Hunter   Email Sam Hunter   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Anybody seen one of these?
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Christos Mitsakis
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Sam, It looks like an older (no DD era) pro-logic home processor-preamp, with dsp modes. Do you own it or its just a pic.
I can not tell the brand though.

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Sam Hunter
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Nah, I found it on Ebay and according to what I am told it has 6 20Watt amps in it as well as the Dolby Processor.
Thought it might make a good amp to connect my CP50 to.

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Brad Miller
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Nah, you can do much better with a CP50 and good amps than you can using a CP50 and this thing for amplification.

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Sam Hunter
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Yep,
I'm pretty sure of that as I can't find any documentation for this rig. 20Watts per channel is not good enough for me. I just liked it because of its size.

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Sam Hunter
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Yeah I just found out what this thing actually went to and Nah, I don't want it.

P.S. I just recieved my first bottle of "FILMGUARD". This stuff isn't going to eat the skin off my bones will it?

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Ron Lacheur
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6x 20watt amps?

that's odd as most HT receivers have 5 channels of amplification unless it has EX-ES capabilities.

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Sam Hunter
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I had said six but it was five.

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Michael Schaffer
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It´s a Satellite TV receiver, probably early 90s.

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Sam Hunter
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Yep, the ad is kinda misleading. Thats Ebay for ya.

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