One word: Amazing After hearing the Harman Kardon II’s a few times from my friends, and in the Apple store, I was intrigued and wanted to give these a shot.It’s worth noting that this model is an upgrade from the previous Harman Kardon Soundsticks II. There a few differences:1. Black base on the HK3 instead of the previous white. Personally I think the black looks much sleeker.2. The audio cables are detachable rather than attached directly to the subwoofer. It’s also worth noting that…
Clarity and depth, just marvellous. I’ve just been introduced to the wonders of the i7-2600K processor and the possibility of being able to work my photographs and listen to music at the same time. That’s not something I’ve been able to do for a while; Photoshop is amazingly resource hungry. So, with the possibilities offered an upgrade to my old, but ever faithful Yamaha YM-10 system was required.Having spent some considerable time researching my options, I was torn between the Altec Lansing Expressionist Ultra…
Good – just not good enough. I first purchased a set of these around November 2010. The design and sound quality are impressive. Similar to other reviews, the level of volume these can reach for such a small size, whilst holding clarity, truly is a pleasant surprise.Unfortunately, around January 2011, I noticed that one of the towers was playing predominantly louder than the other. Having checked all the cables, plugs and eq settings on my mp3 player, I contacted Amazon and exchanged the damaged units for a new…
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