Feb 28, 2020
You may have probably heard that thanks to the Yamaha A-S801 specs, specifically ToP-ART circuitry that enhances the sound quality and high structural stability, this integrated amplifier delivers ex...Read More
Two Yamaha brothers defined who has more output power. 801 outweighs 501 with its 100/8 vs 85/8 W/Ohm. The high-strength chassis increases the density and clarity of the reproduced sound. For effective damping of vibrations that adversely affect the sound quality, the A-S801 amplifier chassis has a double bottom with a steel sheet 1 mm thick. In addition, the power transformer and radiators in the power amplifier section are supported by the extremely strong and stable ART (Anti-Resonance and Tough) Base.
The circuit of the apparatus is built using selected components that undergo a thorough preliminary selection. Yamaha A-S501 is equipped with six analog inputs, including for connecting a turntable, as well as outputs to a recording device and a subwoofer. Also in this model optical and coaxial inputs are provided, with the possibility of supplying a digital signal with parameters up to 24 bit / 192 kHz. The device has tone controls for low and high frequencies and smooth loudness, which allows you to accurately adjust the sound of the amplifier when listening at low volume.
The Yamaha A-S801 is better integrated amplifier in this comparison. Check Yamaha A-S801 price