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NuForce STA120 Stereo Amp

NuForce STA120 Stereo Amp

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Apart from the device itself, the photo description leaves much to be desired. The pictures are scandalously low quality. You throw nice items, but there is always a problem with descriptions. Descriptions should shine to encourage people to buy, rather than send people to other websites. Regards
Can the outputs be bridged for a mono output? i.e., input one RCA signal to the amp, and output to 'a' speaker as biridged mono through the speaker terminals.
Rsharma314
Unfortunately no.
-Jyri/NuForce
Could have tossed a DAC in there for that price. Separates make less and less sense; a combo unit also cuts down on the clutter. --life is too short for ugly stacks!
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Come on--you're being entirely too sensitive here!
I don't say X isn't better built than Y, I just say the difference doesn't sound better. To that point, I've never had a $25,000 system, but I don't deny a $125,000 system wouldn't sound better. But I do say adding a $1,000 pair of interconnects (freak'n cables) wouldn't make either one sound better!
I'm sure you've got a nice sub $25,000 system, and I'm sure it sounds great. Audio isn't supposed to be a pecker contest--some folks like what they've got, and others like what they've got; neither one is wrong. But when we talk about better-sounding--that's entirely up to the ears of the beholder!
PS: you're way off on my age ;- )
You bring some good points, but in real life, from an engineering perspective, integrated systems have much better odds of sounding better than matching separates unless they have been specifically designed to work together ( and then it defeats the purpose of going seperate, it's still a "system") really I see people buying very expensive equipment, and because you have a good preamp, a good Dac and a good amp, put all tree together and in more case than not 3 perfectly fine components will end up a crappy system. That's because still today, there are no solid standards in input and output impedance, in output voltage in phase response under load, etc. ok people use quick and easy impedance matching formulas but there is more than that. If an engineer work out it's signal path from start to finish, very rarely a consumer can do better. The lines are blurry now. Most DACs have the equivalent of a preamp at their output. They don't call it that they'll say "2 Volts output" or something like that. Do you know what the optimal voltage for inputing this amp is? I don't, specs don't say it neither. So do you know for sure what is better between directly connecting your DAC or go trough a preamp section? Depend which DAC maybe?I I don't know, and I'm an engineer designing audio products, asking the consumer to make these choices are likely not a good thing.
NuForce products are badly designed shit, do not buy this.
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This guy is a trolling idiot who needs to be banned..
FuckHead-Fi
Your Super Argument Is   Convincing ! Thanks i will make sure i don't buy it👍
Unless you really need the extra power, the DDA120 is readily available for $250 (even lesser sometimes) and its going to give you most of what this can but with a lot more connectivity (APTX capable as well) and a built in DAC section.
How is The SQ compared to emotiva A100?
RajMirage
I'm wondering about this as well. Anyone?
Anyone know whether this is 120V only, or whether it'll work for European 220V?
nyfrenchie
It states "Power supply audio: 115–230 V".