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Harman Kardon MAS 102 Stereo System

Harman Kardon MAS 102 Stereo System

Sometimes you just want great sound, without the need for a gargantuan system. The Harman Kardon MAS 102 Stereo System ($1,000) delivers it with a integrated, all-in-one design that features a built-in CD player and FM tuner, dual USB ports, two coaxial and two optical digital inputs, analog inputs, a built-in clock with sleep timer, and a powerful 65 watt per channel amplifier that brings the 5-inch woofers and 1-inch dome tweeters — you know, the speaker kind — to life.

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