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Harman Kardon Onyx Studio Bluetooth speaker delivers big sound

The big sound you would expect from Harman Kardon
The big sound you would expect from Harman Kardon
Photo Courtesy of Harman Kardon

Tech accessory makers know that Bluetooth speakers are hot. To the tune of nearly half of all mobile phone owners listen to music and music services on their favorite Bluetooth device.

Audiophiles know the name Harman Kardon for is decades of innovative products, support of headlining professional entertainers and the venues for years and more than 25 million automobiles that today are equipped with Harman audio and infotainment systems.

Sprint is all over the Bluetooth speaker trend and the history of Harman Kardon- enough to partner with them and exclusively offer the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio wireless speaker online and at its stores across the country.

Available for $399.99, the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio speaker is for music lovers that desire the big and true sound of live music, but in their home or office.

“For many customers the smartphone is their primary music experience, so offering all the devices that surround that experience is important,” explains David Owens, vice president of Product, Sprint. “Sprint plans to extend its offerings in premium music devices, apps and accessories such as speakers and headphones, and we are excited to collaborate with Harman Kardon to offer Onyx Studio exclusively in the U.S.”

How does Harman Kardon describe their speaker:

At just 11 inches in diameter, Harman Kardon Onyx Studio delivers uncompromising audio excellence through four channels of amplification, providing a total of 60W RMS of power through four matched speakers. Dual aluminum passive radiators and Digital Signal Processing enhance the sound, blending clear highs with warm mid-ranges and rich low frequencies. The built-in rechargeable battery provides five hours playing time.

I say this is the perfect speaker for those of you that want to fill your condo, house or backyard with a sound that will keep you wanting more.

“We are pleased to offer Sprint and their customers the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio speaker that seamlessly blends audio excellence with Bluetooth wireless convenience,” offers Michael Mauser, president of Harman Lifestyle. “With a sleek, compact design and unparalleled and powerful acoustics, the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio is the ideal solution for today’s mobile customers who want to elevate their digital music playback to a premium, yet portable, audio experience.”

This is enhanced sound that you will quickly get used to. One won't get performance like this from a $29.99 Bluetooth speaker.

I'm not knocking $29.99 Bluetooth speakers; I'm just saying the Onyx offers more, but that is also why you are paying a premium.

In the mood to discover more music?

Sprint offers music services that customers can try while using Harman Kardon Onyx Studio. It's the the Sprint Zone application, and it's the perfect one-stop destination for customers to discover, purchase and download a wide selection of music apps. This would include Spotify, Slacker Radio, iHeartRadio, Shazam, Sprint Music Plus and Rumpus. Customers can pay for Spotify and Slacker Radio through their Sprint bill.

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