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Harman Kardon SB 30 soundbar and BDS x70 Series home theater speakers revealed

Harman Kardon SB 30 soundbar and BDS x70 Series home theater speakers revealed

This week the speaker announcements just keep piling up as the pre-CES 2012 wave rolls in, not least of all with Harman as they reveal both a new soundbar for your home media setup and a set of speakers make specifically for your multi-device lifestyle. To be shown off at the show next week are these two magnificent looking setups, the first being the Harman Kardon SB 30 soundbar, complete with rich 5.1-surround sound for your movies, television, and video game experiences. The BDS x70 Series is a "space-saving home theater system" which allows you to deliver beautiful sound from multiple devices.

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Harman Kardon Brings 3D Compatible Receivers in Time for Summer Movie Season

Harman Kardon Brings 3D Compatible Receivers in Time for Summer Movie Season

Harman Kardon announced a new line of audio/video receivers today that feature HDMI v1.4a providing full compatibility with the latest 3D enhancements. The new line naturally includes Harman Kardron’s own Logic 7 sound processing for surround sound. The new line includes the AVR 15665, AVR 1650, AVR 2650 and the AVR 3650. This new line was intended to target movie enthusiasts and audio buffs seeking to enhance their entertainment experience.

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Harmon Kardon GLA-55 glass computer speakers are horrendously expensive

Harmon Kardon GLA-55 glass computer speakers are horrendously expensive

Harmon Kardon have been known for putting out some unusually shaped speakers in the past, but we can't help but think that the company have gone slightly too far with their GLA-55 system.  A two-piece setup intended to look like chunks of ice, the Harmon Kardon GLA-55 pairs the company's Atlas woofers and CMMD tweeters for what they claim is the best sound out of 2.0 speakers.

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Toshiba Qosmio multimedia notebook range updated

Toshiba Qosmio multimedia notebook range updated

Toshiba has rolled out its latest updates to the company's multimedia-heavy Qosmio range.  Top of the list has to be the new G50-series, which is the first to feature the SpursEngine processor (as seen with the PS3's cell processor), here under the Quad Core HD Processor banner, for some serious media grunt.  Toshiba are quoting 10x faster video transcoding with the G50-series than a standard notebook from its stables, courtesy of the SpursEngine and NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GR 512MB graphics.  Storage options range up to 500GB space, and there's Harman Kardon stereo speakers and subwoofer to go with the 18.4-inch widescreen display.

Harman Kardon new home theatre & music amps with iPod dock

Harman Kardon new home theatre & music amps with iPod dock

A/V specialists Harman Kardon have announced a bevy of new audio/video receivers in the company's home theatre AVR range as well as its HK music series.  The new models top out at the flagship AVR 354, shown here, with 7.1 channels, as well as the 7.1 channel AVR 254 and 5.1 channel AVR 154; the two new music receivers are the HK 3490 and HK 3390, both stereo.  All three of the multichannel receivers have HDMI 1.3a functionality and pass video signals to 1080p.

Harman Kardon shown confidence in Blu-Ray

Harman Kardon shown confidence in Blu-Ray

Harman Kardon, a subsidiary of Harman International has revealed its first share in Format War with the announcement of a new Blu-Ray player coming this September at IFA show. The parent company is an International audio equipment company features audiophile and mid-range brands like JBL, Harman Kardon, Infinity, Lexicon, Mark Levinson, Revel, etc. Even the more particular waiting party is breaking the ice now, showing support and confidence in Blu-Ray Format.

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