HK 320 Question

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  1. Jim__B

    Jim__B Stunt Coordinator

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    I am planning to purchase a HK 320, but I had just wanted to know about its power ratings. I will use to to push the NPS1 and a JBL PB12 will it be powerful enough to handle those?Thanks
     
  2. ColinM

    ColinM Cinematographer

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    For comparison, I run the AVR110 (50x2, 40x5) with NHT's 'Ones and 'Zeros.
    They are 86db efficient like the NSP1 package, and I have no problems at reference.
    Although I believe I am definitely at the edge of the envelope.
    I keep it at -5db's from reference for demos, just to be safe.
    The system you describe will be beautiful!
    - CM
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  3. Paul Clarke

    Paul Clarke Supporting Actor

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    I agree. No problem. Sweet sound.
     
  4. JohnnyG

    JohnnyG Screenwriter

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    I've got the NSP's hooked to an AVR120 in the showroom and it's a great combo. The 320 will just be that much better.
     
  5. KyleRoussel

    KyleRoussel Stunt Coordinator

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    No one really goes for the 220 huh?
     
  6. JohnnyG

    JohnnyG Screenwriter

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    The 220 seems to get 'lost in the crowd' for some reason. For the record, it adds 6ch input, 5 more watts/channel, the EZset remote with built-in sound pressure level meter and an on-screen display.

    In my opinion, these differences do justify the extra $200CDN this unit costs over the 120. However, they may not hold real value for many customers.
     

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