The B&K AVR 507 150WPC x7 MOSFET output stage, Class A pre driver
The B&K AVR 507 150WPC x7 MOSFET output stage, Class A Pre Driver With remote and full original manual. Please read the entire description. This is a working unit with one exception. The front blue fluorescent display is very dim, as many of these are. This deficiency leaves you with two options; use a monitor out to see view the "display" information (RCA composite), or use the menu system on the remote, which also has a screen. It would be difficult to find a 7 channel amp this much power for anywhere near our asking price. Had the display worked, we would have doubled the asking price. This is a Cash only sale. Price is Firm. No Holds. Call or Text.
About the unit: While this 1050 Watt Beast does not have HDMI inputs or outputs it was one of the most powerful clean theatre amps of its day. Many folks who bought these NEW are still utilizing them with a modern surround processor, or just for stereo power, in Bi Amped Speaker Arrangement or as second systems. The have a great sound. It has a huge toroidal transformer, and is therefore very heavy. We tested it with a complete set of B&K speakers at it kicks.
The B&K AVR 507 boasts a conservative 150 WPC (RMS) through a MOSFET output stage, driven by a Class A pre input stage, and computer-grade electrolytic capacitors. Audio purists were not ignored as this has a DIRECT MODE offers a full stereo analog bypass. In further support of system integrators, the B&K has many connections including; dual IR inputs, four 12V triggers, an RS232 data port with RJ-45 jack, and an IEEE1394 (FireWire) jack and internal driver. On the front panel a headphone jack is provided, but there are no A/V inputs for the impulsive gamer to hook into.
At its DSP heart is a Motorola 371 processor with 24- bit/96kHz A/D and 24-bit/192kHz D/A converters. Future-proofing is a guiding philosophy at B&K. Thus the AVR 507 was built around a modular design that will allow for DSP, digital receiver, and D-A/A-D upgrades down the road. The complete menu of surround decoders includes Dolby Pro Logic IIx, complemented by the ever-useful Cinema EQ mode to remove excessive brightness from film soundtracks.
7 x 150w into 8 ohms, 7 x 185w into 4 ohms,
7 audio inputs
6 coax/5 optical digital inputs
7 composite and S-Video inputs
3 component inputs.