Harman Kardon is bringing back one of its most iconic speakers, the SoundSticks. First introduced back in 2000, the SoundSticks sound system stood out in the market not just for its quality but its striking build and design. Well, Harman Kardon finally decided it needed an upgrade, because at CES 2020 they’ve announced the redesigned SoundSticks 4, making the iconic speaker system look and sound even better.
The SoundSticks 4 maintains some of the much-loved elements of its predecessors, such as its transparent design and curved body. Its aesthetic value, after all, is one of the reasons why the original SoundSticks became such a coveted item!
For the actual speaker system, the SoundSticks 4 will be compromised of two satellite speakers and a powerful subwoofer cover with an inner rippled surface design. The dome subwoofer provides vibrant treble and powerful bass while the satellite speakers house four drivers each. The combination of the two will consistently be able to give users a clear and vibrant sound. It’s also equipped with Bluetooth streaming for added connectivity.
The Harman Kardon SoundSticks 4 will be available in the spring this year and will be priced at $300.