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Harman Kardon unveils iPod speakers

updated 12:50 pm EDT, Tue September 12, 2006

Harman Kardon speakers

Harman Kardon today announced several new iPod and speaker systems, two of which are smaller versions of existing systems. The JBL Micro Radial reduces the size of the desktop Radial iPod speakers and lowers the price to $150, while the battery-powered JBL On Stage Micro -- priced at $100 -- is more affordable and portable than the earlier On Stage II, according to Electronista. Two other speakers share a completely new desktop 2.1-speaker design as their foundation, including the $130 JBL Spot that uses a mushroom-shaped subwoofer as well as satellites featuring various colored replaceable shells; the JBL Spyro -- priced at $130 -- shares the same subwoofer but exchanges customization for unique flower-shaped satellites. For an image gallery, visit the Electronista report. [corrected pricing]

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