“Still running after 30 years. The turntable channel finally got fuzzy about 5 years ago. Powerful enough for large speakers.” --jefferis
“When I purchased my AVR 335, the only sound system I had was a set of Logitech z5300e PC speakers that was hacked together using a menagerie of cables, and 2 manual switch boxes so I could use them with my Xbox (original and 360), PS2, PC, Wii, TV, and CD changer. The first switch box was composite video and s-video only, and the second one was had component video. When I wanted to switch the...” --Jason Hutchinson
“I purchased a refurbished unit from the Harmon Kardon store on Ebay. That was probably a good thing as these receivers had a defect with the HDMI boards. There was a service bulletin out for it and all the refurbished units after a certain date had it. The I purchased is good to go. I don't use this thing for video processing as my near top of the line 60 inch Sony does a great job of...” --cwhite4455
Introducing the Harman Kardon AVR 1610, a powerful and versatile 5.1-channel audio/video receiver designed for those home entertainment enthusiasts who demand great sound and a variety of connectivity options. Equipped with five HDMI inputs, Apple AirPlay, integrated Bluetooth technology and an MHL input, this high-performance AVR has everything you need and more. Because you have multiple ways...
One of the most important features of this home theater receiver is its Wide Range Amplifier Technology, which allows it to make the most of high-resolution sources like DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD. The Dolby« Digital, DTS, and Dolby« Pro Logic II surround decoding make your movies come alive, and four assignable digital inputs allow you to connect and switch between your digital...
“I've had this receiver for over 11 years and it's still working perfectly. I purchased it directly from Harman Kardon and have loved using it over the years. Some complain about its lack of power or its inability to handle anything more than 5.1 sound, but I find both arguments invalid. The sound that is produced is rich and has a lot of power behind it. I have never lacked for volume when...” --Spartan 1771