Meet Harman Kardon Flawless New Speakers From The Citation Series

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Harman Kardon has quite a reputation for its flawless sound quality of its speakers and the Harmon Kardon Citation series reflects the company’s high standard, combining audio quality with cutting edge design.

For CES 2020, the company presented its updated wireless speaker series with additional form factors for every room, delivering the same remarkable audio quality.

The Citation 200 speaker integrates charging base, IPX4 splash-proof protection, and a built-in rechargeable battery that lasts for about 8 hours.

Citation Oasis, the multipurpose compact speaker integrates a built-in alarm clock, has music streaming and wireless phone charging capabilities. During sleep, users can choose to automatically turn off Wi-Fi.

The Citation Multibeam™ 700 compact soundbar has a color LCD, MultiBeam™ technology, as well as 7 speaker drivers for even better sound. For the best-in-class bass, it can be paired with Citation Sub S, delivering low latency, wireless HD home theatre experience.

Users can manage the series with Google Assistant built-in, using their voice to place commands when setting alarms, control other smart home devices and so on.

“The Harman Kardon Citation Series has been an absolute success, completely transforming our customers in-home listening experience,” said Dave Rogers, President, Lifestyle Audio Division at HARMAN.

“The new line continues to boast features like voice control and multi-room audio, in addition to premium design, smart features and ease of use. With speakers like the Oasis and a MultiBeam™ soundbar, the Citation Series has something for everyone.”

The Citation Series will become available at Harmon Kardon by spring 2020. In terms of price, the Citation 200 has a price of $300, the Oasis is $200, while the Multibeam 700 is far more expensive, about $700, plus its matching subwoofer that adds $400.

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