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Yamaha Natural Sound M-65 Power Amplifier

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This Yamaha Natural Sound Amplifier is truly legendary and awesome. I am the original owner since the 80's and was completely seduced by the overall sound. I can't really find a weakness. This amplifier can easily handle any demanding speakers that need power with authority and refinement. Highs are neutral, soft and not aggressive, the mediums are superb and bring life to voice and instrument, the bass is awesome fast and powerful. The soundstage is deep and wide. On classical music you "see" the musicians and feel the recording room. On large orchestral music, the choir and orchestra are rendered in large scale. This amplifier is also amazing with Jazz, Blues and pop music. Its power reserve can handle the most demanding recording dynamics. The M-65 is always under control and excels in multilayer recording. This was one of Yamaha's finest natural sound amplifiers, made like they just don't make them anymore. I actually never thought I would part with this and it will probably outlive me. I am just running a Cayin Tube amp and Two self powered Definitive Technologies Mythos towers so I don't use this anymore. It offers massive power output with extreme reproduction purity for the discriminating audiophile who demands the highest possible performance in an audio system. The M- 65 delivers 170 watts per channel into an 8 ohm load with a mere 0.003% THD, more than enough power for even the most demanding listening requirements. What's more with Auto Class A Power with Zero Distortion Rule amplification make the M-65 one of the cleanest, tightest amps you will ever hear. This amp will supply high power output on sudden demand and drives a low-impedance 2-ohm load for full compatibility with virtually any speaker system. Wide range LED Peak power level meters and full overload protection circuitry are also included. Overall this amp is a star and a decade bargain and delivers so much for the money. Everything functions correctly and should for years to come as they just don't build them this well anymore because they last forever. I will guarantee that this unit will not be dead on arrival and functions as it should. All Three speaker outputs are original and work perfectly too. There is just some scratches on the case because I moved and kept it forever....see the photos. What matters the most will be the incredible sound that the lucky next owner will get out of this baby! Specs for the M-65: 170 Watts (8 ohms) from 20 to 20,000 Hz at no more than 0.003% Total Harmonic Distortion 195 Watts (6 ohms) from 20 to 20,000 Hz at no more than 0.007% Total Harmonic Distortion 230 Watts (4 ohms) from 20 to 20,000 Hz at no more than 0.02% Total Harmonic Distortion Auto Class A Operating Range, 8 ohms, 20 Watts. Dynamic Power per channel (IHF) 1 khz: 8 ohms/6 ohms/4 ohms/2 ohms 25W/315W/380W/450W

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