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onkyo tx-sr602 watts and speakers?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by globero, May 10, 2005.

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  1. globero

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    I could see in the onkyo web:
    120 watts per channel minimum into 6 Ω, 1 kHz, DIN

    and in other web i saw 85 W in 8 Ω.

    What are the watts for this receiver in 8 Ω?

    Is this suitable for kef kht 5005 and kef kht 2001.2?

    Thank you.
     
  2. Reiner

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    85W as you said yourself.
     
  3. globero

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    Is this suitable for kef kht 5005 and kef kht 2001.2?

    Thanks
     
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    The W per channel depends on the country in which it is distributed.
    You can download the manual from here to check the different versions.
    No comments on compaitibility with kef kht 5005 and kef kht 2001.2.
    I have the asian model, which is suppsed to be 150W/channel, and it can be set with an impedance of min 4Ω (the American model supposedly is min 6Ω ).
    Download the manual and serch under "impedance" to find all the references.
    On a side note, I am using Onkyo's speakers (check here if you want to know which ones) and I am very happy with that set up.
    I can only gripe about the fact that the asian model I have does not have the upconverting (Composite/Svideo to Component) feature found on the "E" as well as the Australian models.
    However, I can live with that shortcoming as I can upconvert the TV signal from RF/Composite-to-Component thru my Panny E85 DVD-Recorder to output to my projector's component IN.
    Other than that, I find it a a very powerful machine with a very clear sound.
    And for what I paid, I am very happy!!!
    Hope it helps!?!?
     
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    I had a quick glance at the specs for the KHT5005 and it looks ok to me.
     

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