Bluetooth 5.2 speaker, the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 8 network speaker is compatible with 100% of mobile devices or computers on the market. In this, it does not differ from its predecessors.
Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 8, reduced environmental impact
In contrast, the Onyx Studio 8 is made from recycled plastic and the speaker grille fabric is woven from recycled polyester yarn. For its part, the handle which also serves as a foot is made of anodized aluminum. The latter makes it easy to transport Onyx Studio 8 from one room to another. Finally, its packaging uses FSC-certified paper and is printed with soy ink. Thus, its impact on the environment is significantly reduced.
Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 8, general ergonomics
The battery, with a capacity of 3,250 mAh, allows eight hours of listening time at a reasonable level and requires five hours for a full recharge. Precision, the Onyx Studio 8 manages the simultaneous connection of two peripherals for perfect ergonomics (instantaneous switch from one music library to another). In the same vein, the Onyx Studio 8 calibrates itself automatically for optimized sound reproduction. It is still possible to use the Onyx Studio 8 as a hands-free kit to manage calls thanks to the presence of a Far-Field type microphone. Finally, two Onyx Studio 8 can be combined for a higher quality stereo configuration.
Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 8, acoustic package
The Onyx Studio 8 has a 12 cm woofer and two 20 mm tweeters. The digital amplification delivers a maximum power of 50 watts.
Availability planned for mid-October. Indicative price: 299 euros.