When it comes to great speakers, Harman Kardon is a brand known by many, especially given the company’s signature SoundSticks II which were designed by Apple’s own Jony Ive. In any case if you were looking for a new set of speakers, Harman Kardon has a new speaker in the form of the Nova that you might be interested in. Designed as a stereo desktop speaker, the Nova appears to sport a pretty interesting and unique design that definitely does not look like your convention speaker, and will play nicely with both wired and wireless devices, such as set-top boxes, television system, Apple TV, and more.
The Nova speakers will feature 2.5” drivers and 1.25” tweeters that according to the company, will allow for a better and richer listening experience, along with an extended bass response thanks to its passive radiators with a turbine enclosure. Like we said, the speakers will allow for both wired and wireless connectivity, with the latter done through either Bluetooth or NFC. If you’re looking to get your hands on the Harman Kardon Nova speakers, they are available for purchase via Amazon’s website for $300. What do you guys think? Anyone planning on picking up the Nova speakers, or are your SoundSticks II still doing it for you?
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