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Jeremy: i didn't even know that there was a hk 135. in any ... Rar1
Thank you for the input. i'll take a look at the hk 330 (act ... unsullied@
I have a pair of eggs which i've been breaking in - they are ... Woodburger
To counter "Rich's" statement saying that he didn't know "there was a H/K 135", and after checking "H/K's" website, it was comfirmed that there is in fact an H/K 135.
But now, to answer your question concerning the use of a H/K 135 with a KEF KHT2005.2, I personally don't see anything wrong with using an H/K 135 with a KEF KHT2005.2 Speaker System. By these speakers being small to begin with, they're not going to need buckets of power to get them going. So, I think you're going to be fine using a KEF KHT2005.2 Setup with an H/K 135 Audio/Video Receiver. I also am using a KEF KHT2005.2 Speaker System, but I am using mine with an H/K 430, and doing so with very good results indeed. So, you're not going to have a problem at all (unless of course you're going to be playing action movie soundtracks at THX volume levels in a big room...... in which case, then you need to rethink your scheme of things).
Being that this speaker system comes with a subwoofer, and that the subwoofer comes with its own amplifier, all you have to do is directly plug the subwoofer to the subwoofer output of the H/K, set your crossover frequencies, and you're set.
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