KR-2300 - Stereo Receiver KR-2300-STEREO-RECEIVER
The Kenwood KR-2300 is a Vintage Stereo Receiver that was part of Kenwood's lineup in the 1970s. This receiver is in very good condition with minimal signs of use. There are no creaking potentiometers and all the lights are on.
The KR-2300 is known for its robust output power, capable of delivering about 15 watts per channel at 8 ohms. While this may seem modest compared to modern receivers, it was typical for the time and is sufficient to drive a variety of speakers. 15 Real Watts
The receiver has a built-in AM/FM tuner with analog tuning knobs that allow users to tune to their favorite radio stations. This was a common feature in vintage receivers and adds to the device's versatility.
The KR-2300 has analog controls for adjusting bass, treble, balance and volume.
One of the notable features of this receiver is its dedicated phono input. This input is essential for connecting a turntable, making it compatible with vinyl records and a valuable addition for vinyl enthusiasts.
In addition to the phono input, the KR-2300 also has auxiliary inputs, making it possible to connect other audio sources, such as cassette decks, CD players or external devices.
Like many vintage audio components, the KR-2300 is known for its simplicity and durability.
It is built with high-quality materials and craftsmanship, contributing to its longevity.
The receiver has a classic and timeless design that fits well into any retro/vintage setup. The brushed aluminum front panel and vintage-style knobs add to its aesthetic appeal.
The KR-2300 has speaker terminals for connecting two pairs of speakers
Tuning range: FM, MW
Power: 14 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency range: 25Hz to 50kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 1%
Damping factor: 30
Input sensitivity: 4.5mV (microphone), 3mV (MM), 120mV (line)
Signal-to-noise ratio: 60dB (microphone), 65dB (MM), 70dB (line)
Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω