Harman Kardon BDS: Get home theatre

 If a user would like to have the audio integrated then video on a vast scale and the technology wires-free, the new Harman Kardon BDS home theatre series could be just the ticket – packing in a multitude of features to unite and maximise the multimedia. The range features Harman’s TrueStream wireless streaming, which delivers audio via an integrated Blu-ray player to run real-time content from the web, for example YouTube, as well as a variety of portable sources. It also features Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay wireless technology so a user can access and broadcast and content from all imaginable avenues.

So basically, if a user wants to reproduce the films, music or any other media content from any of the kit that knows how to share, the BDS home theatre system brings it all to the big screen via Blu-ray. Complete with surround sound and1080p high definition picture quality if a user likes the pictures big and the audio booming. If a user doesn’t want to pay for extra spec, or a user likes the kit to fit the job, a user’ll be heartened to hear that the series comprises five models – each one built around a different 3D Blu-ray player – but all featuring the same Harman Kardon audio, supreme connectivity, sleek lines and looks. There are two 2.1 systems and three 5.1s, each packed with the TrueStream and Bluetooth syncing, 65W RMS audio power, 3S Blu-ray playback, HDMI hook-up and Dolby Digital / DTS decoding.

If there’s not enough devices broadcasting straight into the lounge room after a user have hooked up this little lot, a user can even download a remote control app and control it all from the favourite iOS or Android device!!! The inbuilt TrueStream technology on every model connects the Harman Kardon series to up to eight Bluetooth devices – even Apple iOS or Android, Windows Mobile or Blackberry kit – so a usr can create its own gadget multiplex in the one room. With input sources including TV, Blu-ray disc, DVD, CD, radio, USB and mobile internet / content, a user can streamline the technology a user wants on show, while any more unsightly, yet perfectly functional elements can be discretely hidden away – visible only via their Bluetooth identities. Harman Kardon BDS: Get home theatre without the drama .

If a user would like to have the audio integrated then video on a vast scale and the technology wires-free, the new Harman Kardon BDS home theatre series could be just the ticket – packing in a multitude of features to unite and maximise the multimedia. The range features Harman’s TrueStream wireless streaming, which delivers audio via an integrated Blu-ray player to run real-time content from the web, for example YouTube, as well as a variety of portable sources. It also features Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay wireless technology so a user can access and broadcast and content from all imaginable avenues. So basically, if a user wants to reproduce the films, music or any other media content from any of the kit that knows how to share, the BDS home theatre system brings it all to the big screen via Blu-ray. Complete with surround sound and1080p high definition picture quality if a user likes the pictures big and the audio booming. If a user doesn’t want to pay for extra spec, or a user likes the kit to fit the job, a user’ll be heartened to hear that the series comprises five models – each one built around a different 3D Blu-ray player – but all featuring the same Harman Kardon audio, supreme connectivity, sleek lines and looks. There are two 2.1 systems and three 5.1s, each packed with the TrueStream and Bluetooth syncing, 65W RMS audio power, 3S Blu-ray playback, HDMI hook-up and Dolby Digital / DTS decoding.

If there’s not enough devices broadcasting straight into the lounge room after a user have hooked up this little lot, a user can even download a remote control app and control it all from the favourite iOS or Android device!!! The inbuilt TrueStream technology on every model connects the Harman Kardon series to up to eight Bluetooth devices – even Apple iOS or Android, Windows Mobile or Blackberry kit – so a usr can create its own gadget multiplex in the one room. With input sources including TV, Blu-ray disc, DVD, CD, radio, USB and mobile internet / content, a user can streamline the technology a user wants on show, while any more unsightly, yet perfectly functional elements can be discretely hidden away – visible only via their Bluetooth identities.

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