Do the Pioneer Elite recievers have a high current amp?

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    I am looking at buying the Pioneer Elite VSX-41. I was wondering if it came with a high current amp like the Yamahas, Denons, ect.

    I was also wondering if anybody know the wattage on it b/c on the web site, the description says its 100x6, but in the specs, it says its 110x6

    Pioneer TSX-41
     
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    1. High Current amp means nothing, just marketing

    2. The wattage is probably somewhere around 75x6 all channels driven with 1khz @ 1% THD. Thats usually what recievers do of that pricerange. It might do the 100x6 advertised, but your only talking another 1.5dB or so of output.

    I wouldnt worry too much about how much power the reciever truely puts out, a doubling of power will only give you 3dB anyways, and that isnt very much.
     
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    AHA!

    There's the info I was looking for ...

    It's not given with the 41 for some reason --- this is from the 47


    I want the VSX-49TXi --- check the VSX-49TX for a pic (dumbasses don't have the 'i' pictured)
     
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