Sprint gets into high end audio game with Harman Kardon
Realizing that smartphone users would rather listen to music on a better set of speakers or audio setup, Sprint has thrown its hat in the premium audio ring.
Effective tomorrow, February 25, Sprint will offer a new Bluetooth speaker system from Harman Kardon. The Harman Kardon Onyx Studio wireless speaker system will retail for $399 through Sprint’s website, retail stores, and Telesales.
For many customers the smartphone is their primary music experience, so offering all the devices that surround that experience is important…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.”
Designed to your living room or backyard with rich sound, the Onyx Studio is 11 inches in diameter. Internally you’ll find four speakers, four amplified channels with a total of 60W RMS, an dual aluminum passive radiators. Thanks to the built-in rechargeable battery, the speaker system promises five hours playback.
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