One more question on Kenwood replacement

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    I have ordered my Denon1803 with the help of you guys, now I have to decide either to sell the Kenwood or keep it for future use. After reading lots of threads here in the HTF, I now know that claimed power on a receiver is not the real power of it. But one thing is still not clear enough for me and it is this definition;

    "80 watts per channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz,
     
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    Sorry, for some reason the text have not been posted in full here it is again
    I have ordered my Denon1803 with the help of you guys, now I have to decide either to sell the Kenwood or keep it for future use. After reading lots of threads here in the HTF, I now know that claimed power on a receiver is not the real power of it. But one thing is still not clear enough for me and it is this definition;

    "80 watts per channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz,
     
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    Cant understand why but heres the missing part
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    Something weird is going on, but I got ambitious[​IMG]
    ..... < something THD" and what do the Hertz and Kilohertz mean here? I recall reading in one thread someone saying "not a worthy receiver" for a receiver because it was rated 100w p/c 6ohms 1kHz
     

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