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post #61 of 64
I have no problem recommending the A2/A5 which are solid, reliable (based on MCA series) and more reasonably sized but also with Statement parts and appearance. They have a tiny touch of warmth and plenty of power; trust me I compared the A2 directly with a SimAudio Moon W5 $7000 on 85dB Paragon speakers and it gave up very little!

The P-series is overkill for most and doesn't have that sweet sound.
Edited by AVfile - 9/2/13 at 10:10am
post #62 of 64
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Anyone have an Anthem Amp that takes about 30 minutes to go from normal to LOUD? I have 3 Anthem amps but 1 takes a long time to reach maximum loudness. I either have to crank my sound when I first turn it on or wait about 30 minutes for it to reach full volume. My other 2 don't have this issue.
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Originally Posted by boe View Post

Anyone have an Anthem Amp that takes about 30 minutes to go from normal to LOUD? I have 3 Anthem amps but 1 takes a long time to reach maximum loudness. I either have to crank my sound when I first turn it on or wait about 30 minutes for it to reach full volume. My other 2 don't have this issue.

Please disregard - I did some equipment moving around. It seems that one of my 2 Denon AVPs is the source of the issue. If I move the P5 between the BR and LR, both P5's work fine - it is the AVP in the bedroom that seems to take a while to output at full capacity.
post #64 of 64
What is the P5 retail price right now?
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