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Harmon Kardon debuts Go + Play stereo

updated 05:40 pm EDT, Tue September 5, 2006

HK iPod stereo debuts

Harmon Kardon (HK) has announced its Go + Play stereo, featuring a near-horizontal iPod dock layout that keeps an iPod safe while in transit. The device includes a stainless steel handle that enables owners to carry the system with one hand, and an S-video port provides the option of playing video on a TV. Inside the system boasts bi-amp digital amplification as well as a DSP chip for enhanced quality, according to Electronista. The Go + Play is powered either by an AC adapter or eight D-cell batteries, which provide up to 18 hours of battery life. The Go + Play system is due to ship in Europe in November for 350, while an American version is expected in the near future for $350.




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  1. rcovezzi

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    Harman Kardon Go Play

    Pros: Clear, crisp sound. Very little distortion at maximum volume. Good volume level considering the size. Portable (it can work on batteries)

    Cons: No treble or Bass adjustment (unlike Altec Lansing iM7 speakers). A bit bulky.

    Definitely a clearer sound than the Altec Lansing iM7 speakers (which are some of the best speakers in the market currently)

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