Victor or JVC M-7050 power amp


I would appreciate if anyone could give me some information on JVC or Victor M-7050 power amp. Specifically, how does it sound?, is it pure class A? can it drive any loudspeakers and any cautions in using it. Many thanks. Bill
billyhung
If this is the late 70s high end from JVC, then pass on it. Just another bright, hard amp. Forget "class A" as meaning anything translating to musicality - meaning, once you put the amp in, you forget "auditioning" and . If you want affordable performance from the 80s - DENON POA 1500, 4400A, 6600A, YAMAHA M4, M2, Tandberg 3000 series. Cheap great bass: yamaha 2200 pro amp, oldest Brystons.
JR
The best amp I had it dies with home accident,
beautifull looking an sound
@jrobin cant beleive you would tell someone to pass on something that was flagship back in 79. 1500usd at that time which was big bucks back then or 2-3 months pay. That era The golden age was the peak of japanese technology and manufacturing in their high end audio. 
So to say pass on something you never actually heard is insincere and wrong. 
This had a massive Toroidal transformer and had taps for 4-16 ohm speakers. 
The beast weighs in at 50lbs.
https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/jvc/m-7050.shtml