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Carver Digital’s HTP 9.1 Home Theater Processor

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jfrezy

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Post Fri Jan 18, 2008 12:26 am

Carver Digital’s HTP 9.1 Home Theater Processor

Does anybody own a Carver Digital 9.1 Pre amp?

http://www.avrev.com/news/0105/7.carver.html
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Post Fri Jan 18, 2008 8:48 am

Doesn't look like it ever took off. All I can find are a bunch of press releases from 2005.
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Post Mon Jan 21, 2008 10:01 pm

Carver Digital’s HTP 9.1 Home Theater Processor

Mr. M-500t wrote:Doesn't look like it ever took off. All I can find are a bunch of press releases from 2005.


There are a few of these item left. I have a buddy how has a new unit. He also has 3 Carver Pro Audio M 1200.1 Digital Amps. All 2 Channel 600 Watts a channel. He worked for Phoneix gold.
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Post Mon Jan 21, 2008 11:25 pm

Are there pictures?

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Post Tue Jan 22, 2008 12:17 am

Must have been PG's attempt to revive the name... Find out from your buddy what the hell happened ?? Why did they drop the line ?

http://www.carverusa.com/
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Post Tue Jan 22, 2008 12:54 am

Carver Digital’s HTP 9.1 Home Theater Processor

Toy Maker wrote:Must have been PG's attempt to revive the name... Find out from your buddy what the hell happened ?? Why did they drop the line ?

http://www.carverusa.com/


They Had the rights to the Carver Pro Audio line which was going to be really good stuff. Then something happen and they folded.
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Post Tue Jan 22, 2008 1:16 am

PG had been making the Pro line for quite a while...
Did PG go under, or sell out?

Any Idea who's got the " Carver" name now ?
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Post Tue Jan 22, 2008 1:27 am

Carver Digital’s HTP 9.1 Home Theater Processor

Toy Maker wrote:PG had been making the Pro line for quite a while...
Did PG go under, or sell out?

Any Idea who's got the " Carver" name now ?


They went under. Sunfire has Bob Carver behind them. They make soild stuff. How much would a Carver Digital’s HTP 9.1 Home Theater Processor be worth brand new?
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Toy Maker wrote:PG had been making the Pro line for quite a while...
Did PG go under, or sell out?

Any Idea who's got the " Carver" name now ?


I think it's these guys....

http://www.rodinaudio.com/

Enjoy!
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Post Tue Jan 22, 2008 8:27 pm

RichP714 wrote:
Toy Maker wrote:PG had been making the Pro line for quite a while...
Did PG go under, or sell out?

Any Idea who's got the " Carver" name now ?


I think it's these guys....

http://www.rodinaudio.com/

Enjoy!
Rich



Try this site.

http://www.sunfire.com
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Post Wed Feb 27, 2008 12:50 am

Pix, and a guy selling one...

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(( FOR SALE )) http://portland.craigslist.org/clc/ele/580924644.html
OREGON HUH ??? ROLLAND IS UP THERE....

Carver Digital, a division of Phoenix Gold International, announces that it is now shipping its HTP 9.1 Home Theater Audio Video Processor.

"Designed for movie and music buffs alike, the HTP 9.1 Processor is ideal for use in both home theater and audio systems alike," explains Tom O'Mara, Phoenix Gold senior vice president. "It features a second-zone capability, video up-conversion circuitry for composite and S-Video inputs, and Motorola's precision Symphony-based digital audio technology, which is designed to support the latest generation of decoders, including those for 7.1-channel Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro-Logic II and Pro-Logic IIx, DTS, DTS-ES, and DTS Neo:6."

The processor's versatility is indicated by numerous options, which include capability for a second audio zone that can play sources independent of the main zone, with separate trigger outputs and infrared inputs supplied for both zones. The onscreen display is logical, and easy to set up and use, and full-time digital down-mix is provided for 2-channel tape recordings and digital outputs.

Additional operational flexibility is provided by music surround modes that convert stereo inputs into 5-, 6-, 7-, or 9-channel audio; a 2-channel analog bypass mode; and the ability to rename all inputs and completely configure them for triggers, zone assignment, gain trim, maximum level, and the like.

Additional features include a digital bass manager with crossover frequencies of 40Hz to 160Hz, a precision 24-bit A-to-D converter, 24-bit/192kHz multi-bit D-to-A converters, DSP-based tone controls, an upgradeable Flash memory, and a programmed learning remote with a backlit LCD display.

An extensive connection package includes three sets of HD-compatible component video inputs with two buffered outputs; six AV inputs—each with audio, S-Video, and composite video; and an 8-channel analog input with RCA connectors for DVD-A, SACD, and other external multi-channel sources. The rear panel also includes balanced outputs for main 7.1 channels, digital S/PDIF audio outputs for 2-channel digital down-mix from 5.1 sources, three audio inputs, three subwoofer outputs, and a moving-magnet phono input.

Carver Digital's HTP 9.1 Home Theater Processor has a suggested price of $3,495.

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