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Added by admin (422)

Added on: 29/11/2021
Latest update: 29/11/2021

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A/V Receiver

Harman Kardon AVR 85     

Country  USA
Color   (Black)
Market  Consumer
Price  ???
Barcode/UPC   ???
Voltage   AC 120V, 60 Hz
Power   ??? W
Weight  ??? kg
Dimensions  ??? (W) x  ??? (H) x  ??? (D) mm

 AUDIO PROCESSING

Can decode Dolby Surround/Pro Logic signals
Can decode Dolby Digital/AC3 bitstream


 EXTRA POWER OUTLET

   Switched (on when device is on) power outlet x 1
   Unswitched (always on) power outlet x 1


 AUDIO INPUTS

    .....  RCA Stereo (L/R) x 8
   Coaxial Digital Audio x 1
   Optical/TOSLINK Digital Audio x 1
   AC3RF Input from your Player AC3RF output (RCA) x 1


 VIDEO INPUTS

    .....  Composite signal (CVBS) x 5
     S-Video (also mini-DIN) x 3


 AUDIO OUTPUTS

    .....  RCA Stereo (L/R) x 5
   RCA 5.1 channels x 1
   Jack (6.35mm / 0.25in) stereo output for headphones x 1


 VIDEO OUTPUTS

     Composite signal x 3
     S-Video (sometimes called mini-DIN) x 3

 Additional Information by admin (422)   29/11/2021 

Compared to the Harman Kardon AVR 75, it has an additional Stereo RCA pair labeled "Multi Out".

From the Service Manual:

Multi: This indicator signifies that the AVR85 is sending a program source to a remote room location. Note that it may be illuminated even when the unit is “off” in the main listening room, signifying that operation continues at another location. When a remote command is being received via the Multi IR connection (59), this indicator will flash. NOTE: this feature differentiates the AVR85 from the AVR75. The AVR75 does not have this feature.

Pioneer PM4007A is used for AC3RF demodulation.