Harman/Kardon Onyx Price in Hong Kong

The Harman Kardon Onyx Studio is a unique portable speaker. It is not quite meant to be carried all over the place, but rather only around the house of office. This is because of its large size, and a slightly shorter battery life in comparison to other speakers. The sound it produces however, is stunning; read more below!

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Harman/Kardon Onyx Specs

Harman/Kardon Onyx Specs

Ports & interfaces

Connectivity technology




Bluetooth version


Weight & dimensions


16.4 cm


30 cm


27.5 cm


Power source type

AC, Battery

Battery voltage

11.1 V

Battery capacity

2500 mAh

Battery current

3 A

AC adapter input voltage

100 - 240 V

AC adapter frequency

50 - 60 Hz

Power consumption (typical)

120 W

Power consumption (standby)

0.5 W


Number of drivers


Tweeter size

1.91 cm (0.75")

Woofer size

7.62 cm (3")

Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)

90 dB


Colour of product


Harman Kardon Onyx Studio Hong Kong

Unique Minimalist Aesthetics

As it is the tradition of Harman Kardon, the Onyx Studio portable speaker features a very unique and minimalistic design. The speaker is essentially a black disc that is a massive 11 inches in diameter (which is pretty large for a “portable speaker”). To support its convex disc shape upright is a pair of metal legs that let the speaker sit at an angle. Aside from the silver legs and Harman Kardon branding on the centre and rear of the speaker, there isn’t anything else that detracts from the large disc shape of the Onyx Studio.

Because the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio supposed to be a portable speaker, it has a grip on the upper half of the disc shape on the back to facilitate easy transportation – although the speaker will most likely only be carried around to different rooms in a house due to the nature of its large size.

Superior Audio Performance

As a good representation of its size, the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio dishes out very impressive sound. On the inside of the disc sits a pair of 3-inch woofers, a pair of tweeters, and two passive bass radiators; the driver setup gives the Onyx Studio an impressive sound frequency of 60Hz to 20kHz.

The Onyx Studio has its sound signature very much focused on the lower frequencies, sending out low and warm bass that appeals to most people - those seeking for the best tonal balance in a speaker should look elsewhere other than the Onyx Studio. However, for those who like that thump in their music will feel right at home with the Onyx Studio.

The Harman Kardon Onyx Studio is quite the portable speaker (that isn’t very portable), but it’s built-in 5-hour battery will last you a bit whenever you carry it to other parts of the house to enjoy some of your favourite tunes. Its minimalist aesthetics also fit in anywhere in a home, making it not only sound great, but look great as well.

Harman/Kardon Onyx Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-07-14
Over the last year, there have been plenty of Bluetooth speakers landing on the market. Some adopting price as their main selling point, while others adopting quality and all trying to make sure their products include portability as an added feature. Harm...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-29
Some will find Onyx's design less loveable – although, unlike Aura, it can work away from mains electricity, which is a major plus. Physically, the Onyx design is not all that stable, but while the Aura is perfect for a desktop or kitchen work surface, th...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-27
Solid sound quality, Thumping bass, Slick design, Built, in batteryFrustrating Wi, Fi setup, App isn't very useful, It's pricey
Shopping for a portable Bluetooth speaker can be a bit daunting – the market is crowded with choices in varying form factors, feature sets and price points. Not to mention size: there are speakers that fit in the palm of your hand, like the WooFit, and sp...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-26
Solid sound quality, Thumping bass, Slick design, Builtin batteryFrustrating WiFi setup, App isn't very useful, It's pricey
Shopping for a portable Bluetooth speaker can be a bit daunting – the market is crowded with choices in varying form factors, feature sets and price points. Not to mention size: there are speakers that fit in the palm of your hand, like the WooFit, and sp...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-08
Impressive audio quality, Sturdy constructionExtremely expensive at $400, Lacks any secondary features, Too bulky in size to be deemed “portable”
Harman Kardon, it’s a name that both hardcore audiophiles and general consumers are familiar with. Many of us know them simply for their home and car audio equipment, but they have presence in nearly every audio spectrum – including mobile as well. Exc...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-30
Powerful, full sound. Strong low end with no distortion.High end isn't particularly crisp. Too bulky to be very portable. No auxiliary input
Bluetooth speakers don't have to be or sound small. They can be large and full-sounding, like the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio$184.99 at Amazon. This $399.99 (exclusive from Sprint) Bluetooth speaker is powerful and offers plenty of bass, and users who ...
Reviewed on 2014-04-15
Full, powerful sound, Smooth bass, Clear, accurate treble, Sleek minimalist aesthetic, PortableMisses some fine details in the midrange, Bluetooth only, no aux input, Expensive
If you've got a funny feeling you may have seen Harman Kardon's new Onyx Studio Bluetooth speaker before, it's not Déjà vu. The minimalist saucer of sound is a scaled-down evolution of H/K's original Onyx speaker, which debuted last September. Part of a s...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-02
Sleek, cool design, Easy to set up, Simple controls, Huge, impressive sound, Offers battery powerOnly streaming option is Bluetooth, No wired option, Battery only works for up to 5 hours
We recently took a first look at the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio Wireless Bluetooth speaker system with rechargeable battery . The power, the audio quality, and its sharp looks immediately impressed me. I've been using the speaker almost full-time at home s...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-16
The Play:1 Sonos system has an undeniably classy design with a premium price to match - but it's worth it. The hifi sound quality and performance of the speaker system allows for minimal distortionfrom a small unit, even at load volumes. Premium speake...
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