Harman/Kardon AVR 3550 AV-receiver

The aim of Harmon/Kardon AVR 3550 receiver's developers to keep the branded design of the front panel has led to duplication of showings: the name of enabled input and surround mode is identified by LED near the corresponding title and at a two-color fluorescent display. The buttons on the facade give access to the most of standard options and to one unusual - Tone Mode (disabling tone controls). The main settings can be made by focusing on display showing, but some important parameters (volume by channels in particular) are changed only through the system of screen menus. Therefore, firstly it is better to connect Harman/Kardon AVR 3550 receiver to TV or a video projector. It is not easy to get hand in the programmed remote control: in addition to receiver, it is able to work with six devices. There is a lot of buttons and those, which are frequently used, are put on the periphery. However, the logic in separating on working areas can't be refused. EzSet is a unique function of the remote control of Harman/Kardon AVR 3550. When you turn it on, a built-in into the remote control microphone activates and the receiver enters Test Tone mode. Getting the signal from every speaker system (the reference is the sound from left front), the remote control signals with the color of LED whether the volume is low or excessive. Surely, this is only an approximate setting, but the beginners will appreciate its presence. Here is the device for whose, who prefer clear, not limited by power stereo sound to multichannel, which is restored from the compressed state.

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