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Equipment : Harman Kardon releases AVR 354, AVR 254 and AVR 154 A/V Receivers
 
Harman Kardon releases AVR 354, AVR 254 and AVR 154 A/V ReceiversHarman Kardon, Inc., announced today the introduction of its 7.1-channel AVR 354 and AVR 254 and its 5.1-channel AVR 154 audio/video receivers. The company is also introducing its HK 3490 and HK 3390 stereo receivers.

The new 7.1-channel A/V receivers offer expanded features, flexibility and connectivity options, including HDMI 1.3a capability, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding, a groundbreaking graphical on-screen menu system, an improved interface for iPod using The Bridge II* docking station for iPod** from Harman Kardon (AVR 354 only), and many additional enhancements. All five receivers have a distinctively elegant, refined appearance.

The multichannel receivers all offer HDMI 1.3a functionality, and pass video signals to 1080p. In addition, the AVR 354 and AVR 254 incorporate an exclusive high-definition full-color on-screen menu system that guides users in setting up their home entertainment system. Other features (depending on the model) include, 1080p video upscaling; Deep Color compatibility; EzSet/EQ automated system calibration; multiroom operation; and more.
 
 
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