Harman Kardon 7.2CH 125W Network A/V Receiver

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Harman Kardon 7.2CH 125W Network A/V Receiver
Price: $499.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Jun 16 to Tuesday, Jun 17) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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How does this compare to the Onkyo from a few words ago?

great review here:

everyone should note this does not test out at 125watts in 5 or 7 channel mode. i have now read 4 reviews who all tested actual power output and it drops drastically in 5 or 7 channel mode. i think ill pass.

2 Channels Continuously Driven, 8 ohm loads: 151.1 watts 170.2 watts
2 Channels Continuously Driven, 4 ohm loads: 208.1 watts 280.4 watts
5 Channels Continuously Driven, 8 ohm loads: 37.2 watts 40.6 watts
7 Channels Continuously Driven, 8 ohm loads: 27.9 watts 33.8 watts

No bluetooth? No thanks

Looks like a sweet deal to me!!!

No phono preamp. Bummer.

If you look on Amazon’s page for it, shows it having bluetooth.

Wow now that is sad. I have an older AVR2600 and it definitely does NOT have power drops like that. True it’s only 65 watts RMS per channel and I use it only in 5.1 to start with but this unit drops below that significantly. And while the high current output would help a bit in actual transient handling it still appears that this is not the design of choice for many of us. I miss the days when Harman Kardon was right up there with their Citation series stuff and still affordable for the masses.

Does Denon make a better receiver than Onkyo or Harman Kardon? I’ve heard that Denon is superior to almost any other home A/V receiver. What’s the word on that?

My HK avr3700 is putting out low volume. Had to crank up high to
get sound. Anybody know what’s wrong? Please advice.