[gelöst] HARMAN KARDON HKTS 200BQ 2.1 mit Rechner verbinden

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[gelöst] HARMAN KARDON HKTS 200BQ 2.1 mit Rechner verbinden

Hallo liebe hifi Experten,

nachdem ich i.d.R. mit Kopfhoeren am PC sitze und alternativ nur den Plastik-Sound meines TFTs habe schlug ich beim letzten MM Angebot zu und hab das o.g. System erworben.

Koennen Sie mir bitte weiterhelfen einen vernuenftigen Stereo Sound aus meinem Rechner zu zaubern und damit die Anlage in Betrieb zu nehmen? Der Suboofer ist aktiv, die Boxen passiv (also ohne Stromversorgung), meine onbaord Karte ist eine Asus 7.1.

Welchen AV Receiver kann man empfehlen?
Receiver mit Kanäle: 2.1/5.1 Preisvergleich | Geizhals Deutschland

Vielen Dank fuer Ihre Hilfe!

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HARMAN KARDON 2.1 Heimkinosystem HKTS 200BQ - MediaMarkt

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Complete 2.1-channel home theater surround-sound system

As a complete home theater package, the HKTS 200BQ has everything you need – including satellite bases, wall-mounting hardware and all necessary cables – in one box. And by including removable shelf-mount stands and wall-mount brackets for the satellite speakers, the system offers you great flexibility for installing the speakers in different locations.
Two 2-1/2-way, 150W satellite speakers with CMMD Lite tweeters

Two voice-matched satellite speakers with single 3-inch (75-millimeter) flat-diaphragm midrange drivers and 1-inch (25 millimeter) CMMD Lite high-frequency dome tweeters produce a rich, realistic, all-encompassing sonic performance with convincing sound effects. You can place these video-shielded speakers near your TV without causing magnetic interference. A 2-1/2-way crossover function helps ensure smooth transitions between the satellite speakers’ midrange drivers and tweeters.
Powerful, down-firing, 200W subwoofer

The HKTS 200BQ’s 200-watt, down-firing subwoofer with an 8-inch (200-millimeter) driver offers deep, authoritative low-frequency realism that lends a richness and believability to whatever imagery you’re seeing on screen – while remaining surprisingly unimposing off-screen. The subwoofer lends impressive power and credibility to your home theater experience.
Bass-boost controls and phase switches for subwoofer

Controls on the HKTS 200BQ’s 200-watt subwoofer let you fine-tune its bass output to your personal taste and room acoustics. Bass-boost and phase switches also allow you to optimize subwoofer performance, depending upon where you place the speakers. A subwoofer properly in phase with the satellite speakers generates clear and lifelike sounds for instruments such as drums, piano and plucked strings.
Magnetically shielded loudspeaker components

Unshielded loudspeaker components can upset the magnetic field in a conventional TV, resulting in visible color shifts and possible long-term damage. But the HKTS 200BQ’s magnetically shielded loudspeaker components can deliver high-quality, high-performance results even when you place them near a TV.
LFE (low-frequency effects) input connector

The HKTS 200BQ includes an that bypasses the subwoofer’s internal, low-pass crossover. As a result, you can use a receiver/processor’s dedicated subwoofer output to provide better low-end performance.
Compatible with HTFS 3/E floor stands

In case wall-mounting is not your preferred method of installation, the optional HTFS 3/E floor stands (sold separately) set the HKTS 200BQ satellite speakers at the ideal ear-level listening position. The aluminum-extrusion columns, which also include a self-contained wire-management system, will elegantly complement virtually any décor.
Upgradable to 5.1 and 7.1 channels

If you want to move up to the all-encompassing power of this surround-sound system, you can easily add a center-channel speaker and additional satellite loudspeakers – and hence unleash the 5.1- or 7.1-channel capability of your HKTS 200BQ system to deliver a richer, more thorough soundstage.
 
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AW: HARMAN KARDON HKTS 200BQ 2.1 mit Rechner verbinden (AV Receiver gesucht)

Das Gerät in Betrieb bringt man mit einem Onkyo TX-8020 für ~170€, wer die ganzen 150W aus einer Box läuten darf muss wohl zum Onkyo TX-8130 für ~250€ greifen, als unteres Preissekment.

Man benötigt
2x Boxen zu Receiver (Kabel liegen bei)
1x Subwoofer <> Receiver Verbindung über lila LFE Kanal (Kabel liegt bei)

1x 3,5 Klinge auf Chinch zu Receiver

In Summe also ~330€ für solch ein System.
HARMAN KARDON HKTS 200BQ 2.1 Heimkinosystem (Schwarz) fur 159,00 € (versandkostenfrei) bei mediamarkt.de - mydealz.de
[mediadeal@eBay] Onkyo TX-8020 (S) Stereo-Receiver (90 Watt, Direktmodus, 3-Digital/5-Analogeingange, Phono, RDS UKW/MW-Tuner) in silber oder schwarz - mydealz.de
UGREEN Cinch Kabel 2m Stereo 3.5mm Klinke auf 2 Cinch Y: Amazon.de: Elektronik

Ich muss aber zugeben, der Sound ist schon nicht zu verachten, z.B. kommt bei Rocket League der Station Flair sehr gut rüber. Der Raumklang in Summe kann sich sehen lassen, nur den Kabelsalat muss man verstecken.
 
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