Harman Kardon designs and engineers top-of-the-line audio products, such as wireless Bluetooth speakers, computer speakers, and headphones. If you are in the market for one, check out the latest Harman Kardon products on this page. Learn more about Harman Kardon wireless Bluetooth speakers by reading the article below.

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Harman Kardon HK: Things to Look for in a Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Harman Kardon offers a lot of options for wireless Bluetooth speakers in Hong Kong. Harman Kardon speakers come in many different shapes, with a range of unique functions and features, tailored to different users. To help you find the right wireless Bluetooth speaker, here’s a guide to get you started.

USB Port

This is one of the most important considerations to take into account since you’ll be needing it to recharge your Harman Kardon Bluetooth speaker when it runs out of battery. Simply connect a USB cord to the speaker’s USB port and plug the other end in the socket to start charging your speaker.

Multiple Speakers

This is something you’d want to consider if you want to get multiple speakers. Harman Kardon speakers, such as the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 4, can be connected to multiple speakers. If you want to listen to your favorite tracks in stereo, simply connect them to a stereo speaker.

Speakerphone

Many buyers never fail to overlook this feature, as it is essential whether you’re using the speaker outdoors or indoors.

3.5mm input

While a 3.5mm input isn’t fully a necessity, you might need this feature if you want to connect your speaker to a non-Bluetooth device. Older models of iPods do not come with Bluetooth support, so you need an audio cable in order to connect them to your speaker. Most Harman Kardon Bluetooth speakers come with a 3.5mm input, but it’s still important to double check if you consider buying one.

Waterproofing

Another factor you should consider when looking for a Bluetooth speaker is if it can withstand water dunks and splashes. While the majority of speakers aren’t waterproof nor water-resistant, there’s also a lot of Bluetooth speakers that can survive being submerged in water. If you are in the market for a Bluetooth speaker that you can take into the water or near a pool, then consider waterproofing as one of the essentials you should take into account.

NFC

Near Field Communication (NFC) will save you the trouble of configuring your Bluetooth speaker’s settings, allowing you to play your favorite tracks by bringing your speaker and your Bluetooth-enabled device within several centimeters of each other. Some Harman Kardon Bluetooth speakers like Esquire models come with NFC, letting you connect to other devices with ease and free from wires or cables.

Battery Life

If you are looking for a Bluetooth speaker that you can take with on your travels, you might want to consider a model that is equipped with at least 4-hour battery life. This is important because you won’t get access to a socket while traveling.

Covers and cases

Add extra protection to your Harman Kardon speaker by putting a case or cover. Regardless of your reason for buying one, it’s recommended to buy some covers and cases for your speaker.

Bluetooth Version

Today, most wireless speakers have Bluetooth 5.0 support, although 4.0 versions are still being used. Bluetooth versions above 4.0 have an enhanced data rate that allows large data to be transmitted in between devices in a matter of seconds, resulting in good quality audio. Harman Kardon speakers support Bluetooth versions above 4.0, making them highly-effective devices.

Frequency Range

Most headphones have a printed sticker attached to them, indicating their frequency range. Frequency range calibrates the speaker’s ability to produce sounds. The ideal frequency range is between 100Hz to 20,000 Hz. The former is the lowest frequency while the latter is the highest. In addition, smaller speakers often have a small frequency range. This is because it’s tough for them to produce a loud sound.

Stereo Sound

When listening to some tracks, you’ll hear the distinct sounds coming from many different instruments. You’ll hear guitar parts coming out from the left speaker while loud parts are on the right. This kind of audio system is called “stereo sound” – you hear a different sound in one ear and another sound by the other.

Stereo sound is a great feature that can improve the listenability of a track, although that doesn’t work fully with wireless Bluetooth speakers. This is because these speakers require more than one driver for them to work. While many Bluetooth speakers are portable, they only come with just one driver, resulting in a liner sound. Furthermore, the drivers in the speakers should be positioned slightly apart with each other so you can hear the differences of the sounds.

Aside from Bluetooth speakers, check out Harman Kardon amplifiers and headphones.

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