Harman has presented the products with which it wants to appeal to all music lovers, through its brands, JBL and Harman Kardon.
It is a complete makeover of headphones, speakers and home stereos, marking the 75th anniversary of JBL, one of the most influential sound brands. It is JBL itself that started the presentation with the new JBL Partybox 710 and Partybox 110, large speakers designed to be used outdoors (50% use Partyboxes in this way) to achieve the most powerful sound at our parties.
The Partybox 710 have a power of 800 W , to play music at high volumes; It is splash resistant with IPX4 certification, and is designed to be easily transported thanks to the integrated wheels and handle. It has lighting that reacts to the music we are playing, and a variety of ports, including for connecting microphones and guitar. It will cost 799 euros. For its part, the Partybox 110 is smaller, with a power of 160 W and a 12-hour battery life, keeping the guitar and microphone inputs, with a price of 379.99 euros.
In terms of headphones, JBL has presented the new Reflect Flow Pro, designed to exercise without fear of dropping them thanks to a new design and IP68 resistance to water and dust . They can be adapted to our ears with various adapters included in the box. They will be available for 179.99 euros.
In addition, JBL will also offer the 130 NC and 230 NC, cheaper and more accessible headphones, with active noise cancellation; They are identical, but one is button-shaped and the other has a stem like AirPods. Both will be available for 99.99 euros.
The JBL FLip is renewed with the sixth generation, a portable speaker designed for adventure and for meeting friends anywhere. It is water resistant and its small size allows it to be carried on the bike. To enhance the bass, it has a dual passive radiator, and a separate tweeter for high-frequency sounds. It will be available for 139.99 euros.
The gaming sector has gained a lot of importance, also for JBL. To respond to the growth in demand, the company has presented the Quantum 350 Wireless, with surround sound, 2.4 GHz wireless connection and microphone that we can remove and put, or even deactivate with a dedicated button. They last 22 hours of use and are optimized for PC, but are also compatible with consoles. They will cost 119 euros.
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Harman Kardon, meanwhile, began the presentation with the Radiance 2400, a home audio system with an innovative design and minimalist style that is capable of covering the entire room with precise sound. They are compatible with Dolby Audio and DTS. The receiver is compatible with streaming services, and each speaker has 24 ‘drivers’ with ‘beam forming’ technology. They can be controlled with the remote control, or with the mobile app, and can be connected to our multimedia system or television.