Denon PMA-800NE Stereo 100W Integrated Amplifier

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Denon PMA-800NE Stereo 100W Integrated Amplifier
Key Features
  • 2-Channel Amplifier Configuration
  • Up to 50W per Channel Output at 8 Ohms
  • Gold-Plated Stereo RCA Inputs
  • Dedicated MM/MC Phono Input
Enjoy high-resolution stereo sound with the Denon PMA-800NE Stereo 100W Integrated Amplifier. It outputs up to 50W per channel at 8 Ohms and features an SLDC chassis design to help isolate the internal components to minimize interference. It allows you to input digital audio signals via three optical and one digital coaxial input. Four gold-plated stereo RCA inputs let you connect analog devices, and the MM/MC phono input enables connectivity with a variety of record players. The PMA-800NE includes a remote control as an added convenience.
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Denon PMA-800NE Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Advanced High Current (AHC) Single Push-Pull Circuit
  • 3Up to 100 kHz Frequency Response
  • 4Analog Mode
  • 5MM/MC Phono Equalizer
  • 6Direct Mechanical Ground Construction
  • 7Optical and Digital Coaxial Inputs
  • 8Main Transformer with Individual Wiring
  • 9Micro-Processor Stop Mode
  • 10Signal Level Divided Construction (SLDC)
  • 11Additional Features

Enjoy high-resolution stereo sound with the Denon PMA-800NE Stereo 100W Integrated Amplifier. It outputs up to 50W per channel at 8 Ohms and features an SLDC chassis design to help isolate the internal components to minimize interference. It allows you to input digital audio signals via three optical and one digital coaxial input. Four gold-plated stereo RCA inputs let you connect analog devices, and the MM/MC phono input enables connectivity with a variety of record players. The PMA-800NE includes a remote control as an added convenience.

Advanced High Current (AHC) Single Push-Pull Circuit

The PMA-800NE features AHC (Ultra High Current) transistors designed to support a higher electrical current supply capacity than conventional audio power transistors.

Up to 100 kHz Frequency Response

The amplifier circuit is engineered to secure a frequency response of up to 100 kHz, while the volume circuit suppresses noise in the amplifier for enhanced sonic resolution, enabling the PMA-800NE to handle a variety of high-resolution audio sources with tone control and power throughout.

Analog Mode

This mode allows the amplifier to operate as a purely analog amp, disabling the digital inputs while you listen to an analog source. Enable this mode to cut power to the dedicated digital power source, preventing any high-frequency influence on the analog section for enhanced clarity and detail.

MM/MC Phono Equalizer

The PMA-800NE includes a phono equalizer that supports input from both MM and MC cartridges. This phono equalizer is designed for high gain, and as loops in the circuit board pattern can cause adverse effects on sound quality, the straightforward design helps mitigate these effects.

Direct Mechanical Ground Construction

The vibration-resistant design helps reduce the adverse effects of heavy components within the amplifier. The power transformer, which is the largest vibration source among amplifier components, is outfitted with a 1.6mm thick steel plate, suppressing vibration created by the transformer as well as external vibration toward the transformer. By directly supporting the transformer with this steel plate, the vibration surrounding the chassis is reduced, resulting in enhanced sound clarity.

Optical and Digital Coaxial Inputs

The PMA-800NE features three optical inputs and one digital coaxial input, and supports PCM signals up to 192 kHz/24 bit. These digital inputs help to improve the sound quality of your TV audio, Blu-ray discs, media players, and more.

Main Transformer with Individual Wiring

To reduce interference and maintain sound quality, the main power transformer of the PMA-800NE has separate coiled wires for the audio and control circuits.

Micro-Processor Stop Mode

The micro-processor of the PMA-800NE features a Stop Mode that automatically ceases all operations of the micro-processor when it's not needed for playback. By stopping the oscillation of the micro-processor clock during these listening moments, the audio signal is protected from external noise, enhancing sound quality.

Signal Level Divided Construction (SLDC)

The Signal Level Divided Construction (SLDC) chassis is used in the audio circuit to help ensure that delicate musical signals are faithfully amplified and transmitted to the speakers.

Additional Features

  • Wide-range amplifier
  • Balance, bass, and treble adjustment
  • High current dynamic power supply
  • Discrete amplification
  • Micro-processor auto off
  • Solid heat sinks
  • Source Direct
  • Metal front panel
  • Auto power off
UPC: 883795004534

Denon PMA-800NE Specs

Amplifier
Amplifier TypeIntegrated Amplifier (Preamp/Power Amp Combo)
Channels2.0
Power Output per Channel50 W at 8 Ohms / 20 Hz to 20 kHz / 0.07% THD
85 W at 4 Ohms / 1 Hz / 0.7% THD
Frequency Response5 Hz to 100 kHz +0/-3 dB
THD0.01% (8 Ohms, 1 kHz, Rated Output -3 dB)
Speaker Impedance4 to 16 Ohms
Tone ControlBass (100 Hz): ±8.0 dB
Treble (10 kHz): ±8.0 dB
Connectivity
Rear A/V Inputs3 x Optical TOSLINK
1 x Digital Coaxial
4 x Stereo RCA
1 x Stereo RCA (Phono MC/MM) with Ground Screw
Rear A/V Outputs1 x Stereo RCA
Front I/O1 x 1/4" / 6.35 mm Headphone Output
Other Rear I/O1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm (IR) Input
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm (IR) Output
Speaker Connectors4 x Binding Post Pair
Input ImpedanceDigital Coaxial: 75 Ohms
Phono (MC): 100 Ohms
Phono (MM): 47 Kilohms
Line:
40 Kilohms (Source Direct Off)
17 Kilohms (Source Direct On)
Input SensitivityPhono (MC): 200 mV
Phono (MM): 2.5 mV
Line: 105 mV
Max Input LevelPhono (MC): 6 mV (1 kHz)
Phono (MM): 70 mV (1 kHz)
Phono RIAA EQ Deviation±0.5 dB (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
Signal to Noise RatioPhono (MC): 71 dB (0.5 mV Input)
Phono (MM): 86 dB (5 mV Input)
Line: 105 dB
Wireless Connectivity
Wi-FiNone
BluetoothNone
Power
AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
Power ConsumptionActive: 200 W
Standby: 0.3 W
Physical
Dimensions (W x H x D)17.1 x 4.9 x 12.1" / 434.0 x 122.0 x 307.0 mm
Weight16.5 lb / 7.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight19.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)20 x 15 x 8"
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