She’s got a Samsung HL-TW widescreen DLP HDTV, and this old Kenwood KR-A The two are totally distinct, and as far as I know are. Results 1 – 50 Valuation Report for Used KR-A46 Receiver by Kenwood Electronics (Specs: 2 ( Stereo), 40 x 2 @ 8, FM). Vintage Kenwood KR-A46 Stereo Receiver TESTED Title Vintage Kenwood KR- A46 AM FM Stereo Receiver Description Vintage Kenwood AM FM Stereo.
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I suspect actual antennas standing in for the twisty-ties might help in some way, but I make computers and oenwood work with each other. May 9, at 7: How do you do? First off all, this is a headphone audio forum, not a HT forum. Your name or email address: Yes, you read that right – twisty-ties. Log in or Sign up. Anyways, she’s got this old home theater system, but she’s pretty happy with it, and it works well enough.
I’d prefer to save money for something better if I can’t get what I’m looking for from this. Do you already have an account? Post 1 of 3. Post 2 of 3. Kenwoid guys, I’m new here!
Second, it’s not clear what you are asking. I also prefer transparency over sound coloration. This system is in a large bedroom so I’m not sure what would be appropriate for it. I wasn’t sure because I heard one person somewhere say the kenwood was “low-fi” but is this true? I don’t think she wants to spend thousands of dollars getting top shelf gear, and I don’t want to spend thousands of dollars getting top shelf gear, especially when this seems to work well enough for her.
No, create an account now. May 13, at 9: Yes, my password is: Don’t flame me for the bose I got them as a hand me down.
Help with a classic – Kenwood KR-A46 AM/FM stereo receiver!
I first saw the nad suggested because of its phono stage quality but I’ve also heard it stated that the nad is noisy and takes 2hrs to warm up properly. Post 3 of 3. I used a NAD in my main system as a preamp just for the nice phono section.
How could I achieve the low bass frequencies I like without going overboard for use in a bedroom? So there’s this girl, man she’s a keeper.
She loves to listen k-ra46 NPR on this thing in the mornings, and more often than not even on clear days the broadcast gets interrupted by a ton of static.
I’m lost in the world of audio. Music I k-ra46 to is quite varied from classic rock, jazz, classical, to psytrance. Is this actually an upgrade over the kenwood? The review I read for a 7se said the bass extension was 34hz db but I also worry about how well these would last since they must be about 25 yrs old.
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I like to be able to hear extremely low frequencies in electronic music but they don’t have to be overly loud and I like a very detailed sound where I can hear the reverb decay in the recording areas main reason I picked the kkr-a46. You must log in or sign up to reply here. I have lenwood bose acoustimass 5 series ii but I’m not very happy with them.
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Yes, my password is: Andyman kenood, May 31, Share This Page Tweet. Speakers are another issue. I’ve also heard polk bookshelves recommended quite a lot over the paradigms because the paradigm’s have boomy low mids.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. Suggestions are very appreciated.