Boston Acoustics AVR7120 A/V Receivers

AVR7120

  • 120 watts per channel x 7
  • Dolby Digital Surround EX
  • AM/FM radio tuner
  • Proprietary UniView technology

User Reviews (2)

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DONUTFORME   Audio Enthusiast [Mar 12, 2010]

This is one of the best kept secrets in the A/V world. Superb build quality. One of the biggest toroidal transformers I have seen in aany receiver/amp. Sound easily approaches and surpasses some of the separates that I have owned. I found it very easy to set up without touching the manual. Paid $350. Just a flat out bargain on the used market. Sounds much better than the class D receivers that I have auditioned and own. If you want a nice receiver for audio and do not care about hdmi. This is highly recommended.

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
widearthur   AudioPhile [Feb 18, 2010]

Very difficult to use owners manual I have a very strong background in setting up equipment, but this baby really sucks.The remote, you would have to be able to fly a b57 to be able to understand.Still have not been able to hook up so as to use the on screen or auto setup mic.I bought this to use with my BOSTOn speakers I replaced a marantz sr 18u amp which was a very powerful pc.all in all soundwise its not bad. has a crisper sounder on guitar licks.probably wont be bad if i can ever figure out how to use it. The marantz was definetly a better amp and only cost around 650. used.I cant complain I only paid 450 for this one, would be really jacked if I spent 3000 which is the msrp on this unit. Good luck, buy boston speakers in the vr series with the built in 125 watt subs best bang for the buck also used snell speakers make excellent surrounds.

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RATING
3
VALUE
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3
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