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"The classic Harman Kardon home stereo setup is time-tested to perfection," said Michael Mauser, president, Lifestyle Division, HARMAN. "With the HK 3770 and 3700, we've brought the technology into the new millennium, with home stereo receivers that have built-in, state-of-the-art wireless connectivity for the way listeners use networks and mobile devices."
The high-performance Harman Kardon HK 3770 and 3700 stereo receivers deliver everything needed to set up a classic home audio system, now updated with modern connectivity for analog and digital devices. They deliver 240 watts and 170 watts, respectively, of ultra-low distortion power. Their built-in 192 kHz/24-bit DAC provides the powerful core that's essential for any serious audio system. These new receivers are all about connectivity, as well, loaded with wireless and wired ways to sync all your old and new devices to all that powerful sound. The Harman Kardon HK 3770 and 3700 receivers are designed and built to become the rock-solid centerpiece of any home audio system.
Harman Kardon HK 3770 Stereo Receiver
240 watts of power in a stereo receiver dedicated to complete connectivity for all kinds of devices. The Harman Kardon HK 3770 stereo receiver is ready to drive any home audio system, with digital-to-analog conversion by a built-in 192 kHz/24 bit DAC. Built-in Ethernet provides a solid connection to home networks, with access to all local content over DLNA 1.5. Or connect a storage device or any Apple iOS device via USB. Bluetooth is included for high-quality audio streaming from a broad range of devices. Rounding out the picture is built-in AM/FM radio and phono inputs, making the Harman Kardon HK 3770 the perfect bridge between classic and modern audio.