IFA 2013: Harman Kardon's new range of Audio Products


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Harman Kardon has unveiled its new generation of audio products at IFA 2013. The range of devices span headphones, multimedia and home audio.

The Harman Kardon Soho are available in white, black and chocolate brown and fold flat to less than 1.25 inches (about 30 mm).


For convenience in taking phone calls, Harman Kardon Soho is available in a choice of remote control straight microphone cables: a universal remote/mic for Android users, or an Apple iOS-compatible remote/mic for users of iPhone.

It will be out in October 2013, priced at £149.99

The Harman Kardon Esquire doubles up as a wireless loudspeaker and teleconferencing system.

It has a custom-tuned microphones with noise-cancellation technology for clear hands-free conference calls from your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone, tablet or computer.


The Harman Kardon Esquire is supplied with a USB hub that enables three devices to be charged simultaneously, so you can power the speaker a phone and a tablet all at the same time. The speaker also features a 10-hour rechargeable battery to keep you connected at any location.

It is also available from October 2013 at £229.99

The Harman Kardon Sabre SB 35 soundbar looks pretty meaty. The 8.1 system is ultra-thin, measuring just 1.25” in depth while the wireless subwoofer is also extremely slender at just 3.5-inches

The soundbar houses eight independent channels of 1.75” drivers and 1” tweeters, with the subwoofer delivering 100W bass response.


It has custom developed Harman Kardon drivers and is 'ready for the latest high definition Dolby and DTS audio technologies'. It also has a 3 HDMI ports, optical digital and stereo analogue audio inputs and also Bluetooth wireless connectivity.

This one arrives in November 2013, priced at £849.99

The Harman Kardon Onyx is another wireless speaker system, with four channels of amplification provide a total of 60-Watts RMS. Dual aluminum passive radiators and Digital Signal Processing enhance the sound.


The Onyx can be operated using the Harman Kardon Remote app for iPhone, iPod, tablet or smartphone but there's also NFC to make things even easier. For devices that demand a wired connection, the Harman Kardon Onyx features a 3.5 mm auxiliary mini-jack and a USB port.

This one is also due in October 2013, priced at £429.99


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