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  1. Harman-Kardon AVR-171

    Harman-Kardon AVR-171

    Reviewed on 20th August 2013
    Price when reviewed £450

    Subtler rivals might outclass it, but this lovely-looking receiver delivers a powerhouse performance with music and movies

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  2. Harman-Kardon Go+Play Wireless

    Harman-Kardon Go+Play Wireless

    Reviewed on 4th March 2013
    Price when reviewed £280

    A great Bluetooth speaker with big bass and an easy-to-live-with sound

  3. Harman-Kardon BT

    Harman-Kardon BT

    Reviewed on 18th February 2013
    Price when reviewed £220

    Excellent: owners of aptX-enabled Bluetooth devices should give these a listen

  4. Harman-Kardon BDS 477

    Harman-Kardon BDS 477

    Reviewed on 29th November 2012
    Price when reviewed £1100

    A jack-of-all-trades system that’s good enough, but just falls short of mastering outright performance quality

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  5. Harman-Kardon CL

    Harman-Kardon CL

    Reviewed on 6th July 2012
    Price when reviewed £170

    A strong debut for Harman-Kardon's first pair of cans

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  7. Harman-Kardon SB30

    Harman-Kardon SB30

    Reviewed on 14th June 2012
    Price when reviewed £700

    Limited tech spec, but a capable soundbar nonetheless

  8. Harman-Kardon BDS 570

    Harman-Kardon BDS 570

    Reviewed on 2nd February 2012
    Price when reviewed £750

    A compact, convenient home cinema system, but lacks streaming

  9. Harman-Kardon AVR 365

    Harman-Kardon AVR 365

    Reviewed on 3rd November 2011
    Price when reviewed £800

    A capable AV receiver, but not a match for the best

  10. Harman-Kardon HKTS20

    Harman-Kardon HKTS20

    Reviewed on 24th August 2011
    Price when reviewed £450

    The HKTS20 lacks excitement but kit-matching is less of an issue

  11. Harman-Kardon BDS 800

    Harman-Kardon BDS 800

    Reviewed on 3rd May 2011
    Price when reviewed £1300

    A decent medium-sized room system, offering style and some sonic heft, but lacking excitement