LG will be showing off its latest lineup of 4K UHD televisions at CES next week with the promise of richer colors, thinner screens, and Harmon/Kardon audio. Now if we could just get some decent 4K content already, we'll be set.
Last year's Harman Kardon CL headphones were absolute knockouts: A beautiful minimal design plus nearly perfectly clear sound, all for the totally reasonable list price of $200. With the new SoHo headphones, HK hopes to revise that success in a more portable package, while retaining the sound that made them a smash…
Ever since they first arrived in 2001, Harman Kardon's soundsticks always stuck a harmonious chord in balancing price, looks and performance. Designed by Jonny Ive himself, the first Soundsticks were inducted into MoMA's permanent collection. And now, they've gone wireless.
It's not remotely easy to create a pair of headphones that combine awesome audio quality, portability, style, and a favorable price tag. Could Harman Kardon's new CL headphones be the rare pair that does it all?
This morning Harman Kardon unveiled a new line of over-the-ear and in-ear headphones with inline remotes and mics designed for use with the iPhone and iPods. In fact, the headphones are not only functionally compatible, but with gently curved boxy designs and aluminum finishes, they're aesthetically compatible too.
Harman Kardon—you know, the folks who put the sound system in your boss' luxury car—have a batch of new home theater gear including a the pricey 5.1 channel BDS 770 system. Will it sound good enough for the price tag?
At $600, Harman Kardon's SB16 sound bar is intended for someone who isn't quite impressed with a $200 soundbar, but doesn't want to drop $1000 on one that will inspire envy.
These Harman Kardon GLA-55 speakers may look right at home in Superman's Fortress of Solitude, but for that kind of money they'd better also tap dance and do my laundry.
This one wasn't in our guide to Apple's Rock and Roll event rumors, but Harman Kardon may have spilt the beans. According to this press release, the iPod and iPhone can indeed play high definition video, as previously discovered:
Known mostly for its lavish—and expensive—home theater gadgets, Harmon Kardon will be releasing its first Blu-ray player, the BDP 10, sometime in May for $940.
Somewhere along the way, audiophiles became as obsessed with look as with sound quality. So set aside for a minute your ears and your skepticism: Here are the world's most beautiful-looking audio devices.
Why do music lovers put up with cheap stock earbuds? You've spent hundreds of dollars on an MP3 player then effectively nullify your investment with headphones that suck the soul out of the music that you love. Choosing a higher-end set of earphones is almost impossible, since there are way too many, and they are…
We saw Harman Kardon's Go + Play portable dock last year, but at IFA we actually Went + Played with it (did you see what I just did there?). And we can report that the three-bass, two-treble speaker system RAWKS. More pics and info below.
This glittery little number caught my eye in the Harman Kardon tent. The US manufacturer has been experimenting with different finishes for its TVs and, at first glance it looks a bit Swarovski Whore, but when you get closer, Ooh! Zowie La-La, it's a mix of blue beads and jet drops (less offensive than it sounds.) And…
Although the most notable feature in the Qosmio G45-AV680 laptop is the fact that you can burn 30GB onto one HD DVD-R disc, its other specs are quite good as well. There's Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n Wi-Fi, four Harman Kardon speakers, a built-in sub, a PowerMate-like silver control knob with blue LED light, 17-inch…
When it comes to iPhone compatibility with old-school docks and accessories, the fear factor has been pretty high. Compounding that is the annoying message you get as soon as you dock an iPhone: "This accessory is not made to work with iPhone." Then, more mysteriously, "Would you like to turn on Airplane Mode to…
We covered a bit of the Harman Kardon HS500 and HS300 back in March, but the latter has gone on sale now in the US. To recap, the HS300 has a built-in DVD player with HDMI, DVD-Audio, MP3, WMA, JPEG, AM/FM Tuner, USB ports for music and photo viewing, and 5.1 audio.
Harman Kardon may not a name to say quickly or people will think you are talking about having sex in your car, but it is a name associated with high-end AV products for the home. These home theater systems, the HS300 and HS500 should be available to ship any day now. Both have a 5.1-channel receiver/DVD-Audio/Video…