Summary: The HK AVR 125 isn't a world class piece of stereo equipment. What it is is a very competent performer at its price level. It was Harman Kardon's entry level A/V receiver in their line from 2001-2003.
Summary: This is my 2nd receiver. My first receiver was an Aiwa AV-D55 stereo receiver. It was okay but this HK AVR 125 is world's better. By comparison, the clarity is amazing. There were a few digital features that the Aiwa had that the HK doesn't need in the first place. High-current is a big plus!
Summary: Like so many of us out there who have just bought a new projection HDTV, its time to upgrade the old stereo to an audio visual receiver. I had always heard H/K was good stuff, so I bought this H/K unit because of the controls configuration and the features.
Summary: I sell audio equipment to mainly people who are just starting out with home theater, and I have to say, I am most impressed, and get the most positive feedback, with HK then with any other brand.
Summary: Great Reciever, has great sound quality, Totally Digital Controls, i have considered JVC, Onkyo, and Technics, But this sounded the BEST out of the bunch, has Harman/Kardon's EXCLUSIVE LOGIC-7, makes it sound like you have 7 speakers. Very high qualiy, and well built, and great sound quality.