Harman Kardon Receivers
By Chelsey P. – Sonic Electronix Writer
Immerse yourself in quality home theater sound with Harman Kardon audio and video receivers. They provide a cutting-edge surround sound to deliver exceptional audio to all your movies, music and TV shows. Harman Kardon Receivers provide the user with maximum options with a minimum number of buttons. They use the most up-to-date technology to optimize the clarity of any entertainment source whether it is old or new. Today we are going to talk about two receivers that Harman Kardon offers as part of their line.
The AVR 154 is a 5.1 channel audio and video receiver. It features standard Dolby Digital surround and DTS Decoding along with a Cirrus Logic CS Processor for an extraordinary system sure to blow everyone away. It will also come with three HDMI Inputs, two HDTV Component video inputs, four S-video inputs, a front-panel input for video games and an auxiliary input for portable media players. With all these connections options, you will have no problem hooking up a television, DVD Player, Blu-Ray player or your favorite video game console. The AVR 154 is all about ease of use with an ultra-wide bandwidth design for maximum loyalty.
Now, if you are looking for something with a little more power, the AVR 254 may be what you are looking for. It is a 7.1 channel receiver with Dolby Digital surround sound but also has DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master audio. DTS-HD supports “lossless” audio for the highest, high-definition audio quality. The AVR 254 features Faroudja DCDi Cinema video processing to 1080p. The purpose of the processor is to eliminate jagged edges along diagonal lines caused by interpolation. Just like the AVR 154, it will come with three HDMI inputs but will also have connections for external amplifiers. The AVR 254 is the perfect audio and video receiver for any home theater sound system.
Audio and video receivers have become a part of many household home theater systems, but with new technologies coming out, an advancement will surely be needed in the home theater industry.