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why are some h/k's 220 and some 225?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by andre-k, Jun 30, 2003.

  1. andre-k

    andre-k Active Member

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    whats the difference between a Harmon Kardon 220 and a 225, same goes for the h/k 320 and 325. Are the lower numbers simply older models?
     
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  3. andre-k

    andre-k Active Member

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    thanks for the quick response. WHy are the h/k's rated so low in wattage, I find it hard to pay between 5 and 8 hundred bucks for a reciever that says 55x6 etc. The onkyos always outnumber the h/k when comparing the recievres in the same price range.
     
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    Having owned both H/K and Onkyo I would tend to agree that H/K tend to be more truthful than most other brands. I think when you look at an H/K at 5x55 vs an Onkyo at 5x80 they are probably a little closer than it appears.
     

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