Audio Video Receivers


  • Amplifier Type: High current ±45 amps
  • 125 watts per channel/Powerful 7.2 surroud sound
  • Ultrawide Bandwidth design: 10Hz - 130kHz
  • TrueHD Audio Processing, full suite of DTS and Dolby Surround modes
  • DLNA Certified: 1.5 Ethernet connectivity
  • Dolby Volume technology: EzSet/EQ™/Multi Zone functionality
  • 8 HDMI Inputs with 3D & ARC incl one on the front and 2 HDMI outputs
  • 4K Video pass-through and scaling
  • 1 Coax Digital Inputs, 2 Optical Digital Inputs  
  • Front USB port for music file playback IOS devices
  • Built in Wi-Fi and Air Play enabled
  • Network connectivity allows for streaming media files from your home network and internet radio stations via a broadband connection
  • Control aplications for Apple and Android products
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 165mm x 440mm x 382mm, 8kg  


Experience the pinnacle of home entertainment. The Harman Kardon® AVR 370 delivers high-definition video and 125 watts per channel of 7.2-channel surround sound so realistically that the experience of sitting down and watching a movie seems anything but passive.  Eight HDMI® inputs, with 3D and Audio Return Channel, including one on the front panel, keep you connected to all your digital components, playing them back in rich, vivid quality.  Built-in Wi-Fi® networking and Apple AirPlay software give you wireless access to all the media files on your iPod, smartphone, tablet and computer with remarkable ease.  Elevate your home theater experience to its highest level.

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