Here we have a great unit from the well-known company. So why not read a Pioneer Elite A-20 review and get to know all the Pioneer Elite A-20 specs?
This integrated amplifier is equipped with a direct energy designed power amplifier that produces up to 30W per channel at 8 ohms and 50W per channel at 4 ohms. Front-mounted bass, treble, and balance controls give you the ability to fine-tune audio playback. The design includes shorter signal channels and a power circuit, thereby reducing signal loss, which usually leads to poor sound quality. A properly located power supply and output circuit blocks provide a cleaner sound with minimal distortion (less than 0.05%). The novelty is compatible with a wide range of devices and supports a large number of formats. The amplifier is equipped with the Auto Power Down function, which automatically turns off the device when new devices are not connected to the model for a long time.
On the attractive brushed aluminum front panel, you've got the basics including a volume knob, tone & balance adjustments, a loudness button, a "direct" mode button, speaker A/B selector, and a headphone jack. That's it; there's no LED display, no attempts to simulate surround sound, etc. Flipping over to the back panel, you get four pairs of standard 5 way binding posts, six analog inputs (including one phono input), a tape output, and a control in/out which allows centralized control of other Pioneer components via the A-20's IR sensor (the included remote offers some control for those other devices as well). Unlike the nice aluminum front panel, there's no audio jewelry on the rear, which isn't a big surprise given the price point.
The inputs support phono (mm), tuner, sacd/cd, aux, recorder in/out, control in/out. Outputs have nice binding posts that except bare wire, spades or banana plugs. There are connections for A and B speakers or combo. There is also a headphone jack.