What Hi Fi Sound and Vision Thu, 29 Nov 2012, 3:29pm

Harman-Kardon BDS 477

Tested at £1100
80100
4

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

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Subwoofer (hwd, mm) 353x267x267
Multichannel analogue In No
Hard disk (Gb) n/a
Speakers (hwd, mm) 299x110x88
Head unit (hwd, mm) 80x400x310
Phono In 0
Rated power (w) 330
Memory card No
LW No
MP3 Yes
MW No
Optical digital In 0
HDMI In 3
Pro-Logic II No
HDMI Out HDMI out
Internet radio No
Internet/networking capability Yes
S-Video In 0
SACD No
SW No
USB In USB in
Wireless rear speakers No
S-Video Out No
HDMI 1.3a Yes
Records DVD+R/+RW No
Records DVD-RAM No
RGB Scart In 0
RGB Scart Out 0
Pro-Logic IIx No
Ethernet Ethernet
Composite Out 0
DAB No
Dolby Digital EX No
Dolby Digital Plus Yes
Composite In 0
Component Out 0
Analogue audio In 1
Blu-ray Yes
Coaxial digital In 1
Component In 0
HD DVD No
Dolby TrueHD Yes
DVD-A No
DVD-RAM No
FireWire In 0
FM Yes
DTS 96/24 No
DVD+R/+RW Yes
DTS HD Yes
DVD Yes
DTS Neo: 6 No
DTS-ES No
DTS Master Audio Yes

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