Pioneer SC-55 Elite, un amplificador A/V con mucho músculo

Although there is still much controversy about it, the truth is that traditional analog amplification, especially amplifiers based on "class A / B" is not up to the demands imposed by the new sounds in high definition. That's why Pioneer decided in time to leap forward and incorporate digital amplification or "class D" amplifiers in his last class Elite. The SC-55 belongs to the third generation of this new breed of computers, equipped with much more power handling without distortion. Certainly, its technology Qdeo video processing is top of the market.

It's probably one of the most powerful multichannel amplifiers of the home, with nine channels of 140 W. A power that could sometimes be deafening, if not maintained at all times because the dynamics, finesse necessary to represent every detail of sound. You can give the maximum power in all channels at once without any appreciable loss. They should have done a bad job when the Pioneer have been certified THX Select 2 Plus that enables the amplifier for rooms up to 185 m².

This team can work with sound formats like Dolby TrueHD HD or DTS-HD Master Audio, but is also capable of playing DTS NEO: X. To a large extent, the key to sound when playing music sources is due to careful tuning of the electronics in the prestigious AIR Studios in London when he was still a prototype. It is this distortion that is common to other digital amplifiers with less care design. They have reduced the number of electronic components have been isolated Ylos better.

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