The AVR 760 is an A/V receiver.
According to Harman Kardon, it includes automatically adjusting volume levels when you switch between sources and channels, thanks to new Dolby Volume technology. Two onboard 32-bit DSP processors are designed to deliver Dolby and DTS technologies, including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD.
The company had this to say:
“Whatever input you throw at it – HDMI, analog, component or S-video sources; computer-based audio via a direct USB connection or from thumb drives; or your iPod using our The Bridge II docking station – the AVR 760 can handle it. You can even use a broadband connection to access a wide range of Internet radio stations. And the AVR 760 easily enables multiroom video and audio applications with Zone II and A-BUS® technology.”
The device has 85 watts of power to drive each of seven channels, dual subwoofer outputs and the EzSet/EQ II system.
For more info and full product specs, check out harman-kardon.cz/data/harman-kardon-avr760.pdf.
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