With its continued excellence in sound reproduction, Harman Kardon has once again created a versatile stereo receiver for the music lover in you. Harman Kardon's HK-3490 Stereo Receiver offers superb functionality and dual-room capability that will be hard to match. Designed with High Current, Ultrawide Bandwidth Technology, and Discrete Amplifier Circuitry, this receiver offers the cleanest signal on the market.
In a nutshell, the HK-3490 is a 2 x 120W stereo receiver capable of delivering breathtaking stereo sound. It features 7 sets of audio inputs, 4 composite video inputs, digital audio inputs, dual subwoofer outputs, A/B speaker switching, AM/FM tuner, 20Hz - 20KHz frequency response, main amplifier inputs, XM Satellite Radio Ready, iPod connectivity with the Bridge Ready port, and front-panel tone controls. Because of the high efficiency of its design, this powerful receiver produces exceptional sound quality, and clarity in every audible detail.
- Superb Design
- This receiver features a high-end design approach encompassing everything from transformer design and storage capacitor size to discrete output circuitry and minimal use of negative feedback.
- High Current Capability (HCC)
- HCC is an overall design approach encompassing everything from transformer design and storage capacitor size to discrete output circuitry and minimal use of negative feedback. This enables the receiver to combine tighter bass, superb transient response and enhanced presence at any volume level.
- Ultrawide Bandwidth Amplifier Technology
- It features an Ultrawide Bandwidth Amplifier capable of reproducing audio with less noise, superior phase linearity, greater headroom, and an accurate frequency response (20Hz - 20KHz).
- XM Satellite Radio Ready
- Simply plug an XM Passport System (option) into the unit's XM port, and activate the service to start receiving uninterrupted radio programming of your choice.
- Bridge II Ready
- The Bridge is a docking station (option) that enables connectivity from your iPod to the unit's DMP connector input. Your iPod effectively becomes another Harman component flowing through the receiver.