Looking for a receiver that will suit your needs perfectly have a look at Harman Kardon HK 3700 review, as it has all the necessary information about the pros and cons of this unit. Good looking, powerful HK 3700 worth seeing and listening to. With such a productivity that integrates into this receiver, the thorough audiophiles even will be satisfied.
The AVR 3700 uses digital-switching Class D amplifiers to provide its power. Since Class D amplifiers operate more efficiently than A/B designs, they don’t need the large power transformers and supply capacitors needed for traditional amp topologies.
Striking Harman Kardon design leverages quality materials in a 2-channel, 170-watt stereo receiver with ultra-low distortion High-resolution DAC, featuring a 24-bit/192kHz sampling rate Complete connectivity including a phono input, FM/AM radio, home network DLNA, iOS Direct with built-in DAC (digital-to-analog converter).
It has ample power to drive most speakers, even most floor speakers, and at .07% THD the power itself is quite clean. It's not ultra clean, but it's clean. And it's certainly more than clean enough for anyone who isn't a hardcore audiophile. If you are only going to use analog inputs or the limited digital capability it has, this is a pretty nice AMP, probably good for the money.
The equalizer works in the digital domain where it doesn’t hurt anything. It works for you no matter whether you are using the analog or the digital outputs on your computer. This type of equalizer is free – it comes with the software for your sound chip. There are a couple other ALC audio chips that are even better! Your software will also have an L-R balance control which the HK doesn’t have. Phase linearity is definitely the signature H/K. As for volume, this unit gets plenty loud.
The USB input works with Apple i-devices, and with thumb drives which are a FAT32 file system. The USB won’t work with any Windows computer because Windows uses the NTFS file system.
The network connection is by an RJ45 port (cat5 cable) that is DLNA compatible, which, if you don’t already know what that is, better read the section in the manual (download from HK web site) about it.
Unfortunately, there are no digital optical or digital coax inputs, which are the easiest to use and most widely used for digital audio, just plug in the cable and go.
Very light and easy to install. Works perfectly except when trying to connect an android cell phone to the USB port. It's worth noting you are more or less going to operate this unit purely from the remote, and it's not the most intuitive control scheme, but as time goes on you’ll gain some decent dexterity.
All in all, I really like this stereo receiver. It's very attractive looking, and although it has shortcomings, they're relatively minor, Harman Kardon HK 3700 specs mean much more. And at its current price point, it's definitely worth considering. There's a lot about this stereo receiver to like, and I am quite confident you'll be pleased with it.