Harman Kardon : hk460i Stereo Amplifier & Tuner (100v) - 1981
Like all Harman/Kardon receivers, the hk460i will develop much more power under peak loads than its rated 30 watts per channel.
And when it comes to features, the hk460i gives you a lot more than just the basics. Like tape monitor circuitry, subsonic filter and an auto FM switch that automatically shifts the receiver into mono mode when the signal is too weak for stereo reception.
You also get a 5-level signal strength meter for accurate tuning and a station look beacon that lets you know when you're precisely tuned to the channel center.
The hk460i features a tone defeat switch that lets you bypass the tone control circuitry altogether. That means less distortion for crystal-clear, accurate reproduction when listening is critical.
The hk460i, it gigves you a full 30 watts per channel, and performs like a whole lot more.
Amplifier Section :
- RMS Power Output (into 8 Ω , 20-20,000 Hz): 30 watts (at less than 0,07% T.H.D.
- Frequency Response (at rated output): below 1 Hz - 150 kHz (-3 dB)
- Intermodulation Distortion (at rated output): ,07%
- TIM Distortion (at rated output): ,02%
- Slew Rate/Power Amplifier: 60 volts/µsec
- Overall Negative Feedback: 30 dB
- Hum and Noise (A-weighted):
- Phono : -86 dB
- Aux : -100 dB
- Residual : -100 dB
- Phono Overall: >130 mV
Tuner Section :
- FM Sensitivity MONO: 2,3 µV
- 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity
- Mono : 3,3 µV
- Stereo : 42 µV
- FM Noise: -70 dB
- Capture Ratio: 1,5 dB
- Alternate Channel Selectivity: -67 dB
- Stereo Separation (1 kHz): 45 dB
- FM Frequency Response at Detector Output: DC -90 kHz (-3 dB)
- AM Sensitivity: 300 µV/m
Dimensions (W x H x D): 440 x 122 x 368 mm
Weight: 8,63 kg