When it comes to fantastic audio quality for your high quality sound files, you can more or less be assured that Harman Kardon is more than capable of performing decently – and in this case, the device known as The Bridge IIIP will attempt to fill its niche as the latest accessory to keep Harman Kardon home entertainment systems company. Keeping up with the times, The Bridge IIIP was primarily developed to play your favorite music as well as video straight from your iPhone or iPod via any Harman Kardon “The Bridge-ready” receiver or music system.
As for The Bridge IIIP itself, it was specially designed to expand your entertainment options to go beyond that of the DVD and Blu-ray disc player. The Bridge IIIP will play nice with the iPhone 4 (both CDMA and GSM varieties, we presume), letting you navigate your library from your systems remote effortlessly while doubling up as a charger whenever your iPod/iPhone remains docked.
The Harman Kardon The Bridge IIIP will surprisingly be rather affordable to most people with a sticker price tag of $129. Any one willing to give it a go?
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