- 90 W/Ch at 4 Ω, 1 kHz, 2 Channels Driven, IEC
- WRAT (Wide Range Amplifier Technology)
- All-Discrete Output Stage Circuitry
- Massive Power Transformer
- 5 Audio Inputs and 1 Output, Phono Input
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Integrated Stereo Amplifier
Classic Analog Amplification for Dedicated Two-Channel Audio
For decades, the Onkyo name has been synonymous with hi-fi components that deliver consistently excellent audio results. That expertise is clearly on display in the A-9377, an integrated amplifier that delivers 90 watts per channel of pure musicality. Combining the benefits of a pre- and power amp in an integrated unit saves rack space while delivering true stereophile quality. Up to six audio inputscan be hooked up, including a CD player, a tuner, a turntable, and even an iPod (via an optional Dock for the iPod). A Rec Selector dial offers the convenience of recording from one source while listening to a different source through your speakers. Proprietary WRAT technology and discrete output stage circuitry ensure that audio signals on the A-9377 are amplified and output with an absolute minimum of interference. Driven by a massive power transformer and wrapped in a rigid, anti-resonant chassis, the A-9377 makes a worthy centerpiece for any dedicated audio system.
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