How quaint :^) --Harmon/Kardon introduces a new STEREO receiver.

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  1. LanceJ

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    At Crutchfield already: Harman Kardon HK 3475

    And it's got a phono input! COOL. With 110 watts of H/K power you can operate just about any speaker system around.

    And another one (75 watts per channel): Harman Kardon HK 3375

    I still like most surround music better than the 2-channel variety, but stereo is still a totally listenable format. And a heck of a lot cheaper for a high-quality rig. I still daydream about a room dedicated to a simple, stereo-only system, with a nice turntable and decent dvd-audio player; room acoustical treatments; a comfortable "listening" chair w/a low headrest (can't interfere with the ears!) and matching ottoman; neat band posters & memorbilia everywhere; and a little fridge for the bubbly stuff.

    HT is fun, but sometimes simple is better.

    LJ
     
  2. LanceJ

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    And take a look at the photos of the rear panel--it's so "empty" looking! [​IMG]

    LJ
     
  3. Jeffrey Noel

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    Damn, those are nice. I'd love to have a dedicated 2-channel music only set-up being powered by one of those receivers, however I'm in college and paying for gas is hard enough! [​IMG]
     

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