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|Harman Kardon AVR 135 6.1 Channel Surround Sound Audio/Video Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Lowest used price: $141.00
Brand: Harman Kardon
Model: AVR 135
Harman Kardon AVR 135 6.1 Channel Surround Sound Audio/Video Receiver
Amazon.com Product Description Harman Kardon's affordable AVR 135 6.1 audio/video surround receiver decodes an array of 5.1- and 6.1-channel surround formats, bringing you great sound from many sources. The AVR 135 features a discrete-output amplifier that pumps 6 channels of high-current (+/-25 amps), ultrawide-bandwidth power: 6 x 40 watts into 8 ohms, 20 to 20,000 Hz with less than 0.07 percent THD. The receiver uses state-of-the-art 192 kHz/24-bit audio digital-to-analog converters and a high-power Cirrus 32-bit DSP processor for clear, dynamic presentations from music and movies.
Surround sound features include traditional Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital 5.1, and DTS surround, including 6.1 DTS-ES Discrete, DTS-ES Matrix, and DTS Neo:6 (Cinema 6.1/5.1 and Music 6.1/5.1). You also get Harman's proprietary Logic 7 audio for enhanced multichannel reproduction from both matrix-encoded and 2-channel recordings.
Take a closer look at the AVR 135's connections. You can also view the unit's front panel and remote control in detail.
As part of its broad video hookup options, the receiver offers wide-bandwidth, HDTV-compatible component-video inputs and an array of digital and analog audio connections, including multiple coaxial and optical digital audio inputs and outputs. It sports both analog and digital front-panel inputs, and 6-channel direct audio inputs to accommodate a DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, SACD, or universal player.
The AVR 135's cutting-edge technologies also include triple-crossover bass management and automatic digital input polling. Digital input polling is a Harman Kardon feature that detects whether the selected audio source is digital or analog in nature and automatically configures the receiver to provide the required audio output. This means you won't have to manually switch the receiver's input from digital to analog when changing from, say, an SACD-capable DVD player's coaxial digital output (for Dolby/DTS) and its multichannel analog outputs (to appreciate the SACD audio). You can switch the feature off when desired.
Triple-crossover bass-management system lets you choose from multiple crossover frequencies for the front L/R, center, surround L/R, and surround back L/R speakers. Most receivers and DVD players have far more limited crossover filtering or none at all. Moreover, you can set different speaker-size configurations for different AVR 135 input sources according to your needs.
You get a high-quality FM/AM tuner with 30 station presets and a Listener Preference System that lets you specify a surround mode according to the program source. You can also set speaker-channel levels for each program source and DSP format (for example, the subwoofer level can be set differently for multichannel movie viewing and 2-channel CD music listening).
What's in the Box
Receiver, remote control, remote batteries, FM wire/AM loop antennas, warranty information, and user's manual.
- Multi-channel DVD-audio and SACD-ready, front-panel A/V input with selectable digital-audio input/output
- Handles Dolby Digital 5.1 and most DTS modes
- Triple-crossover bass management optimizes each input for your speakers
- Six x 40 high-current watts per channel
- Measures 17.3 x 6.3 x 15 inches (W x H x D)
|JBL Duet Speaker System for Portable Music and PC - White (Pair)
Lowest used price: $97.00
The JBL Duet Multimedia system provides smooth and accurate sound for any portable music player or computer. With its incredibly easy set-up and use, Duet is a sophisticated approach to achieving great two-channel sound.
- 2-channel speaker system for use with portable audio devices
- Generates smooth and accurate sound for handheld MP3 players and CD players
- Patent-pending TSR technology improves bass and lowers distortion
- 60 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response; >70 dB signal-to-noise ratio
- 12 watts total power (6 watts x 2)
|JBL - Spot 2.1 Speaker System
Lowest used price: $150.00
The JBL Spot™ is a 2.1 powered speaker and subwoofer system. It gives you outstanding sound quality.
- The system comes with interchangeable black or white covers.
- JBL uses advanced technologies to provide the best possible audio sound.
- One touch increases or decreases the volume: one touch mutes or unmutes the system.
- The sytem uses a large excursion subwoofer for impressive bass performance.
- A stereo mini jack connets the JBl Spot to a variety of multimedia devices.
|JBL Venue Series Balcony 4-Inch 2-Way Wall Speakers (Pair) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Lowest used price: $199.99
The diminutive Venue Series Balcony loudspeaker reproduces audio in a big way. With its built-in keyhole mounting bracket and an angled baffle designed to disperse sound, Balcony is an excellent choice for wall-mounted side or rear surround speakers. Balcony performs like a pro, with technology developed by JBL's Professional division. Equipped with JBL's tried-and-true titanium-laminate tweeters and PolyPlas woofers, the speaker reproduces high notes with extreme clarity. The lows and mids, assisted by the dual FreeFlow flared ports, are loud and clear, without unwanted distortion or boominess. The Elliptical Oblate Spheroidal (EOS) waveguide ensures that every seat is the best in the house for sweet music and intelligible dialogue, or for just rocking out. Since the transducers were purpose-designed to work together harmoniously, JBL's simple Straight-Line Signal Path (SSP) crossover network divides the signal with minimal processing (and minimal opportunity to degrade the signal). Sturdy gold-plated, five-way binding posts provide a strong connection that preserves all of the nuances of the original program. The computer-designed, lock-mitred cabinet virtually eliminates distortion, and its slim profile won't overpower your room.
- 2-way speakers with frequency range of 65 Hz to 20 kHz
- Peak dynamic power handling of 200 watts
- Sensitivity of 86 dB
- Uses FreeFlow flared port for bass response without distortion
- Woofers constructed of PolyPlas for clearer audio output
|JBL L830 3-Way High Performance 6-Inch Bookshelf Loudspeaker - Black (Pair)
The JBL Studio L830 is a 3-Way bookshelf loudspeaker that gives you great high frequency sound as well as impressive JBL low frequency performance. These speakers are designed to bring the feeling of a live performance into your living room.
- 1" pure titanium dome tweeter for exceptional high frequency performance
- 3/4" Mylar-dome, cast-frame chassis mounted in a bi-radial horn for better high frequency repsonse
- Aluminum waveguides provide better dispersion and a larger listening sweet spot
- Freeflow port technology delivers great sound and makes sure you get the lowest amount of distortion
|JBL On Tour Portable Speaker System ( Black )
Lowest used price: $39.99
Enjoy high quality audio from a variety of devices including the iPod, iPod mini, MP3 and CD players, desktop computers (all platforms), laptops, and most portable devices. The JBL On Tour combines many proprietary technologies to provide the highest quality sound and playing time. The On Tour will provide astonishing bass and clear, accurate sound from a pocket-sized system. The two aluminum domed transducers are driven by powerful Neodymium magnets. This design provides a full, rich frequency response from the lowest bass to the highest highs. Signal-to-noise ratio is greater than 80dB. Voltage input is 100-230 VAC, 50-60 Hz, for use around the world.
- Input - 1/8 (3.5mm) Mini Stereo Jack
- Drivers - Two Odyssey Neodymium drivers
- Power Output - 3 Watts per Channel
- Frequency Response - 100 Hz ? 20,000Hz
- Input Impedance - >10Kohm
|Harman Kardon SoundSticks Computer Speakers
Lowest used price: $189.00
Brand: Harman Kardon
Nice used system that has been tested. It worksbwith apple OS9 and higher. Please reasearch it before you buy it.
Created for USB-equipped Macintosh computers, Harman Kardon's three-piece SoundSticks speaker system produces high-quality stereo sound for music, movies, and gaming sessions. The 40-watt self-powered system includes two 10-watt satellite speakers and a 6-inch 20-watt subwoofer. Designed for easy plug-and-play, the SoundSticks speaker system includes a power adapter to power the subwoofer and a plug that connects to the USB port of your Mac computer. A blue LED indicator lets you know that the subwoofer is properly powered. You can adjust the volume onscreen through your computer's Control Panel. A physical control knob for adjusting the bass is on the back of the subwoofer.
The SoundSticks USB three-piece computer speaker system comes with a one-year warranty.
- 3-piece speaker system for Macintosh computers
- 2 tall 10-watt satellite speakers
- Powered 20-watt subwoofer
- Power-on LED and bass control knob
- Uses USB port (with Mac OS 9.0.4)
|JBL OnTour Portable Music Box
Lowest new price: $80.00
Lowest used price: $49.50
List price: $99.99
The JBL On Tour is a compact, lightweight, high performance sound system. Connected to your MP3 player or other music source, the On Tour will provide hours of clean, powerful sound.
Share your music while on the road with the Harman JBL on Tour portable speaker system, which features an integrated protective cover that slides open to reveal a pair of full-range speakers. The slightly curved chassis measures 7 by 1.4 by 3.5 inches (W x H x D) when closed. When open, the cover shifts focus to serve as a stand, pointing the speakers upward to produce optimal sound on a flat surface. The system is compatible with most portable audio players thanks to its stereo mini-jack connection, which hooks up to such devices as the iPod, iPod mini, and a variety of other MP3 players, CD players, desktop computers, and laptops. The JBL on Tour is also easy to control, with a touch volume pad that both manages the volume and mutes the sound when desired. The speakers also remember the previous volume setting once the system shuts down.
Unlike many portable speaker systems, the JBL on Tour prides itself on its steady bass and clear, accurate audio. The device employs Harman's digital amplifier technology and Odyssey aluminum-domed transducers to deliver a full, rich frequency response that extends from low bass notes to high-end tones. In addition, the system uses computer-optimized equalization to improve the soundstage and an advanced energy management system that keeps the unit from wasting battery power during use. Additional features include gripping rubber feet below the speakers, an audio input cable, and a universal AC adapter. When used as a portable system, the JBL on Tour provides more than 24 hours of continuous play on four AAA batteries. The device also includes a low battery alert.
What's in the Box
JBL on Tour speaker system, audio input cable, AC adapter, user's manual.
- Easy-to-use touch-controls touch volume control just a touch increases or decrease the volume.
- The sliding cover protects your sound system and serves as a stand when open.
- He surface gripping rubber feet provide a stable platform on most surfaces.
- A universal AC adapter allows for easy worldwide use. An audio input cable is also included.
- On tour also remembers your last volume setting even after the system shuts down.
|Harman Kardon AVR 7000 Dolby Digital/DTS Audio/Video Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Lowest used price: $729.00
Brand: Harman Kardon
Model: AVR 7000
Heading up Harman Kardon's superb line of surround receivers is the flagship AVR 7000, which cranks out 100 quality watts to all five channels across the audible frequency spectrum. Harman Kardon, long a champion of the importance of high current over high power, offers both in this model: the AVR 7000 delivers a staggering 75 amps of High Current Capability (HCC) to drive the most demanding speaker loads without distortion.
And while sound quality is definitely a priority here--we're talking about Harman Kardon, after all--a lot of circuit-design and digital signal processing know-how went into this receiver.
Most significantly, the receiver offers Harman's exclusive Logic 7 and VMAx surround modes (intelligent 5.1- and two-channel surround matrices for any sound source--stereo or otherwise) and onboard decoding of Dolby Digital and DTS surround formats in addition to HDCD. Throw in 30 FM/AM station presets alongside S-video and component-video switching, and you're looking at your key to top-flight music and home-theater enjoyment for well under $2,000.
The AVR 7000 can also supply sound for two rooms (with the use of an external infrared remote sensor), and the receiver comes with one set of stereo RCA outputs, composite- and S-video outputs, and a separate, limited-function remote control for this purpose.
With all of its features, however, nothing gets in the way of sound performance. The tone controls--the AVR 7000 offers actual bass and treble knobs--can be taken out of the audio circuit to keep the audio signal path as short and clean as possible. In listening to CDs through either the analog or digital inputs, we found that the AVR 7000 opens a big, natural window on the music. (We recommend using your CD player's analog outputs only if it has no digital outputs or if it's a player with extremely high-quality analog circuitry.)
With the AVR 7000, the qualities we expect from separates (preamplifier and amplifier components) but don't usually get from integrated receivers abound: a wonderful sense of air and ambiance; complex layers of rich harmonics; a beautiful nuance in vocal delivery; wide dynamics and subtle microdynamics; smooth, extended high frequencies; and a bottom end that is at once powerful and well defined but never muddy.
Surround decoding of Dolby Digital- and DTS-encoded discs, performed by 24-bit, 96 kHz Crystal DSP (digital signal processing) circuits, is just as impressively clear and dynamic.
The AVR 7000's biggest drawback is that you can't adjust the speaker delays for surround formats other than Dolby Digital. Because most living rooms do not lend themselves to optimal home-theater speaker placement, it's standard for receivers to let you input and store the distance (in either feet or meters) from your various speakers to your primary listening position. This ensures that the sounds from your speakers arrive at your ears simultaneously, as if you were equidistant from all speakers. You can, however, adjust the relative volume levels of each channel, which is actually more important than adjusting the delay times.
In practice, the AVR 7000's surround sound coherence is excellent, even with DTS-encoded multichannel music CDs (though the presentation in one of our less ideal rooms was not as seamless as it might have been).
The AVR 7000 also lets you toggle between a given component's analog and digital outputs from the remote control--a function that few receivers offer. Granted, this feature will appeal mainly to audiophiles who are interested in comparing, for instance, the sound of a component's analog outputs to its digital output, or the effect that different analog audio interconnects have on the sound (using the digital output as a reference). But Harman excels in this kind of detail-oriented feature, and it's good to know it's available here.
Unlike most of the overhyped proprietary DSP modes out there, Harman Kardon's own Logic 7 (multichannel) and VMAx (two-channel) surround modes work extremely well, in most cases audibly improving over regularly decoded, discrete source material (like Dolby Digital and DTS)--no small feat. Logic 7 also instantaneously generates 5.1-channel information from two-channel material such as CDs, television, VHS tapes, and other sources, letting you take full advantage of your surround system without the annoying artifacts that often accompany such faux-surround algorithms.
Setting up the AVR 7000 is, not surprisingly, a complex and time-consuming effort, but one that pays off. To its credit, the unit boasts a terrific onscreen setup display (though it does reset your settings when you revisit a given parameter), one of the best owner's manuals we've seen, and an uncluttered, illuminated, full-function remote control capable of operating up to eight devices (choose from 17 brands of DVD players and over 80 brands of televisions).
The only other drawback worth mentioning is that the system often takes a few seconds to lock onto a new sound format, whether it's DTS or an HDCD-encoded CD. This means that you'll occasionally miss the first couple seconds of sound, but you can always preselect the format or simply start the track anew. This was not an issue in DVD video titles, where the surround format is usually triggered long before you actually need to hear sound.
When it's all configured and set to go, you'll have most of the home theater world at your remote-clicking fingertips, from full future-ready capabilities in the receiver's 5.1-channel analog inputs (perfect for DVD audio) to component-video switching for videophile DVD video performance.
If you're hankering for top-of-the-line audio performance and highest-level video switching, the AVR 7000 is a real bargain. --Michael Mikesell
- Sound quality rivals separates
- Excellent build quality
- Loaded with features
- Converts S-video to composite-video
- Remote control lets you toggle between analog and digital inputs for a given component
- Controls easy to navigate
- Defeatable tone controls
- Future ready with 5.1-channel analog inputs
- Lengthy setup procedure
- No speaker-delay settings for DTS surround sound
- No phono input
- System can take a few seconds to catch up with a new sound source
- Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital, and DTS decoding
- 100 watts x 5 channels
- Ultrawide-bandwidth amplifier with high current capability
- Multiroom operation
- Component- and S-video switching
|JBL On Tour Plus Portable Speaker System
Lowest new price: $109.99
Lowest used price: $40.00
JBL On Tour Plus Portable Speaker System - Enjoy high quality audio from a variety of devices such as iPod, iPod mini, MP3 and CD players, desktop computers (all platforms), laptops and most portable devices. The JBL OnTour+ combines many proprietary technologies to provide the highest quality sound and playing time. The On Tour will provide astonishing bass and clear accurate sound from a pocket sized system. The two aluminum domed transducers are driven by powerful Neodymium magnets. This design provides a full rich frequency response from the lowest bass to the highest highs. Signal-to-Noise Ratio - >80dB Voltage Input - 100 - 230 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz, for use around the world Dimensions - Width - 7 x Depth - 3.5 x Height - 1.4
Share your favorite music while on the road with the JBL On Tour Plus portable speaker system, a revolution in portable, personal sound. The system's lightweight, high-performance design is perfect for portable game and video devices, MP3 players, personal CD players, and any other on-the-go electronic device that benefits from cleaner, more powerful audio. Simply plug the device into the On Tour Plus's stereo mini-jack connection and you're set. The speaker system is also easy to control, with a touch volume pad that both manages the volume and mutes the sound when desired. The On Tour Plus even remembers the previous volume setting once the system shuts down.
Unlike many portable systems, the JBL On Tour Plus prides itself on powerful bass and clear, accurate audio. The device employ's Harman's digital amplifier technology and Odyssey aluminum-domed transducers to deliver a full, rich frequency response that extends from the lowest bass to the highest highs. In addition, the system uses computer-optimized equalization to improve the sound stage and an advanced energy management system that keeps the unit from wasting battery power during use. Perhaps the handiest feature, however, is the sliding cover, which protects your sound system when closed but serves as a stand when open.
Other details include gripping rubber feet below the speakers, a universal AC adapter for easy worldwide use, and a rugged carrying case that protects the system while traveling. When used on the road, the JBL On Tour Plus offers more than 24 hours of continuous play on four AAA batteries, with a low battery alert letting you know when the power is running down. The speaker system, which measures 7 by 1.4 by 3.5 inches (W x H x D), is backed by a one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
On Tour Plus speaker system, AC adapter, audio input cable, user's manual.
- Personal speaker system for MP3 players, game systems, personal CD players, and more
- Odyssey aluminum-dome transducers deliver rich, full-bodied frequency response
- Computer-optimized equalization and advanced energy management system
- Stereo mini-jack connection; includes rugged carrying case for traveling
- Measures 7 x 1.4 x 3.5 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty
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