McIntosh MR7082 Tuners

MR7082

Digital Tuner

User Reviews (2)

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larry   Audiophile [Dec 18, 2001]
Strength:

dynamic range if phenominal, it is very sensitive,
and is fairly selective but really shows off with an outside antenna. even better with more than one antenna to select from

Weakness:

no remote, only remote with a c38 preamp

this tuner is nithing short of phenominal. it makes radio stations sound like a cd. the stereo seperation will adsolutely amaze you. I have been an electronics tech. for 17 years and an audiophile for 25 years and it is the best tuner i have ever heard.................

Similar Products Used: sony, philips
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5
VALUE
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4
GPD   an Audiophile [Sep 11, 1999]

Recently upgraded from a McIntosh MR78 analog tuner to the McIntosh MR7082. While the MR78 is a beautiful piece of work (see reviews), I found that it was overly warm to my ears and 'rough' on close-miked DJ's, etc. Perhaps a tour through Audio Classics alignment shop might have cured this. But, it was by far the hotest running piece of equipment I had and I decided to try something more modern - hence the MR7082. Immediately I found the sound to be much improved - no roughness on close-miked sources, considerably quieter, easier to tune. Very CD/LP sounding rather than 'radio' sounding. Did lose that wonderful analog front display on the MR78, but all other aural aspects are superior on the MR7082. And, isn't that what we are here for?

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5
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