Harman Kardon AVR 1510 A/V Receivers

AVR 1510

No matter how you plan on connecting your HD cable set-top box, Blu-ray player or media consoles, you want the best picture quality and sound. And simple connections. The Harman Kardon AVR 1510 is a 5.1-channel, 375-watt, networked audio/video receiver that gives you four 3D-ready HDMI inputs - plug them in once to experience all your entertainment with precision and clarity. With DLNA 1.5, you can stream audio from your networked devices, and built-in vTuner Internet radio connects you to a whole world of online audio entertainment. And thanks to HARMAN GreenEdge certification, it's lightweight. You'll experience true Harman Kardon power, only now in a more environmentally friendly form factor.-375-watt, 5.1-channel, networked audio/video receiver with four HDMI inputs

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Costelus82   Audio Enthusiast [Sep 28, 2015]

My reviews are regarding the sound only .So i will be straight ,FOR this receiver you will need very sensibile speakera (satelites) bcs it sounds easy and it's focussed on mid-high tonality (perhaps thats Why it's boasts whith beautiful sound slthough the sound it's hear poor and static (like somethin is mising ) i Could put the blame on Sony satelittes which i used whith it.So My advice ia to use not more than 75W speakera(specified) they are not real ,just musical .In one word just a cristal sound but if u Want more start triyng whith a Pioneer Av,Yamaha ,oau Denon ,Marantz Cuz it My Look like an cracker compaired whith entry-mid level Av brands ...u can SEE i didn't specified Sony Cuz My first impresion of few entry levelor av,same staticity But higher trebles! The rest It has Dolby...neo ...Dlna ..Blah Blah Blah .

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