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Harman/Kardon SoundSticks III Recertified, £89.99 from Harman/kardon outlet

£89.99 @ Harman Kardon
Refurbished product comes from merchandise returns, and includes a 2 years warranty. 2.1-channel multimedia sound system Is it possible to improve what’s already perfect? Praised for its stunning d… Read More
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Refurbished product comes from merchandise returns, and includes a 2 years warranty.
2.1-channel multimedia sound system
Is it possible to improve what’s already perfect? Praised for its stunning design at the MOMA in New York, the original SoundSticks® system has become another Harman Kardon® design landmark. SoundSticks III is all that and even more. A 6-inch, 20-watt downward-firing powered subwoofer. Eight 1-inch full-range transducers. Plug-and-play compatibility with virtually any multimedia device. And stunning industrial design that perfectly matches the clarity of the sound. The Harman Kardon SoundSticks III desktop sound system brings a new level of excitement to music, games and movies with a minimum of wiring – and looks spectacular doing it.
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#1
Usually very cheap used
1 Like #2
I got cancellation for the speaker a few days ago
banned#3
Always wanted them, but they're too old now, I'll wait for a new design.
#4
7day
I got cancellation for the speaker a few days ago


Was this the one listed for £39.99? Where did you order from? Their eBay store or their website? The reason I ask is I purchased on the eBay store n they have taken my money through PayPal but not dispatched the speaker. Also haven't given a refund yet. Guess I should contact them asking for a refund or wait?
#5
These do Bluetooth?
#6
prash_2k
These do Bluetooth?
£149.99 for the wireless ones
#7
got a pair of these, and the latest manufacturing iteration of the III has very annoying, undefeatable power saving mode as enforced by EU law, they cut out even if volume is fairly loud, and to wake again you have to crank volume right up, a constant hassle every few minutes!
#8
Are these actually any good or are they just a meme?
#9
Do they have an optical input? Specs page is a bit vague.
1 Like #10
qtweeder
got a pair of these, and the latest manufacturing iteration of the III has very annoying, undefeatable power saving mode as enforced by EU law, they cut out even if volume is fairly loud, and to wake again you have to crank volume right up, a constant hassle every few minutes!

Yours must be faulty mine do not cut out as long as there is sound coming out of them high or low. I do agree with raising the volume ti restart them
3 Likes #11
There has to be times when just cause something is the cheapest at the moment its not a deal, this is a perfect example. This has been cheaper brand new (queue the time machine comments) but seriously when something is end of line and second hand plus the price gets inflated, its still a deal cause its the cheapest around?
#12
Lucaio
Are these actually any good or are they just a meme?


Amazingly good considering the size. Easily throw a house party with great bass with just one of these.
Awesome sound. Great Bass
1 Like #13
Lucaio
Are these actually any good or are they just a meme?


Amazingly good considering the size. Easily throw a house party with great bass with just one of these.
Awesome sound. Great Bass
1 Like #14
dashbi
7day
I got cancellation for the speaker a few days ago
Was this the one listed for £39.99? Where did you order from? Their eBay store or their website? The reason I ask is I purchased on the eBay store n they have taken my money through PayPal but not dispatched the speaker. Also haven't given a refund yet. Guess I should contact them asking for a refund or wait?

I contacted them this afternoon and they are processing cancellations and refunds and advise -

"We already started sending the notifications. You will receive an official notification soon.

Thank you for your understanding".

P.S. I wasn't very 'understanding'!!!
#15
prash_2k
These do Bluetooth?

You can pick up a Bluetooth receiver for a couple of dollars on Gearbest etc. And you're cooking.

I've got these... Really impressed. Had them about 18 months and highly recommend.
#16
Very good Speakers, I've got them connected to the tv as a sound bar, I recommend
1 Like #17
I had a pair of the 2s years ago, way too quiet at full volume, waste of time, sold within a matter of days.
#18
fatreg
I had a pair of the 2s years ago, way too quiet at full volume, waste of time, sold within a matter of days.

Faulty id suspect. Mine kicks out some volume... And bass.
2 Likes #19
fatreg
I had a pair of the 2s years ago, way too quiet at full volume, waste of time, sold within a matter of days.
Were you aware there are volume control buttons on one of the speakers? Took me a few days to realise there was a volume control button oO
2 Likes #20
More than a year I have paid £79.99...for brand new...

Edited By: _taurus_ on Apr 12, 2017 19:00: Some info added
1 Like #21
_taurus_
More than a year I have paid £79.99...for brand new...
I paid £59.99 on Christmas 2015, but that time is gone...

Really good sound, but I do wonder if you get similar quality from cheaper speakers... but (very important) they look amazing :D
#22
FREEZIN_WOLF
prash_2k
These do Bluetooth?
You can pick up a Bluetooth receiver for a couple of dollars on Gearbest etc. And you're cooking.
I've got these... Really impressed. Had them about 18 months and highly recommend.

Been reading reviews on this, it says there is nowhere to plug in headphones so where would a wireless receiver plug in to? been wireless would make these worth buying for me..
1 Like #23
headphones are an OUTPUT, not input. There is one 3.5mm INPUT to the soundsticks, so if you get a bluetooth receiver (which would be an input) that has 3.5mm capability, natively, or converted from phono etc, then that will work via that just fine to pipe it out the speakers.

malnuman
FREEZIN_WOLF
prash_2k
These do Bluetooth?
You can pick up a Bluetooth receiver for a couple of dollars on Gearbest etc. And you're cooking.
I've got these... Really impressed. Had them about 18 months and highly recommend.
Been reading reviews on this, it says there is nowhere to plug in headphones so where would a wireless receiver plug in to? been wireless would make these worth buying for me..
1 Like #24
You can use the 20% discount given to people involved in the speakers fiasco to reduce the price further.
1 Like #25
malnuman
FREEZIN_WOLF
prash_2k
These do Bluetooth?
You can pick up a Bluetooth receiver for a couple of dollars on Gearbest etc. And you're cooking.
I've got these... Really impressed. Had them about 18 months and highly recommend.
Been reading reviews on this, it says there is nowhere to plug in headphones so where would a wireless receiver plug in to? been wireless would make these worth buying for me..

You can either split the input to maintain connection to the fixed source (PC in my case) then add a Bluetooth receiver to the other half of the split or simply just have 1 or the other connected.

Hope this helps, i may not have articulated it particularly well but it is really straightforward.
#26
qtweeder
headphones are an OUTPUT, not input. There is one 3.5mm INPUT to the soundsticks, so if you get a bluetooth receiver (which would be an input) that has 3.5mm capability, natively, or converted from phono etc, then that will work via that just fine to pipe it out the speakers.
malnuman
FREEZIN_WOLF
prash_2k
These do Bluetooth?
You can pick up a Bluetooth receiver for a couple of dollars on Gearbest etc. And you're cooking.
I've got these... Really impressed. Had them about 18 months and highly recommend.
Been reading reviews on this, it says there is nowhere to plug in headphones so where would a wireless receiver plug in to? been wireless would make these worth buying for me..
Thanks for clearing that up, could be worth buying then, always have liked the look of these
#27
paulb77
You can use the 20% discount given to people involved in the speakers fiasco to reduce the price further.
I don't suppose anyone has one of these codes spare ?
#28
Harman/kardon gives me a hard on
#29
eldaras
_taurus_
More than a year I have paid £79.99...for brand new...
I paid £59.99 on Christmas 2015, but that time is gone...

Really good sound, but I do wonder if you get similar quality from cheaper speakers... but (very important) they look amazing :D


To be honest I've returned this speakers after 2 months... reason? Poorly glued speakers... currently I'm with JBL spot...

Edited By: _taurus_ on Apr 12, 2017 22:19: .
#30
paulb77
You can use the 20% discount given to people involved in the speakers fiasco to reduce the price further.
I did try that with 'my' 20% Paul; but it seems the discount only applies to their main :https://uk.harmanaudio.com site; and not this Outlet site. Oh well.
2 Likes #31
Lucaio
Are these actually any good or are they just a meme?

Don't see how a set of speakers could possibly fit either the cultural definition of meme or the social media definition of a meme?!
#32
beats by dre are the meme

delboyd
Lucaio
Are these actually any good or are they just a meme?
Don't see how a set of speakers could possibly fit either the cultural definition of meme or the social media definition of a meme?!
#33
FREEZIN_WOLF
malnuman
FREEZIN_WOLF
prash_2k
These do Bluetooth?
You can pick up a Bluetooth receiver for a couple of dollars on Gearbest etc. And you're cooking.
I've got these... Really impressed. Had them about 18 months and highly recommend.
Been reading reviews on this, it says there is nowhere to plug in headphones so where would a wireless receiver plug in to? been wireless would make these worth buying for me..
You can either split the input to maintain connection to the fixed source (PC in my case) then add a Bluetooth receiver to the other half of the split or simply just have 1 or the other connected.
Hope this helps, i may not have articulated it particularly well but it is really straightforward.

I did this for a while but I found that when and after using the bluetooth reciever the sound quality of the PC sound deteriorated quite badly. Everything was fine as long as the BT wasn't putting out a signal or if I only used BT.

Never did work out why,
#34
i have a set of these sitting in the garage I need to sell, as upgraded to some Sonos ones.
#35
So would work well with a Chromecast audio via a 3.5mm cable
#36
fatreg
I had a pair of the 2s years ago, way too quiet at full volume, waste of time, sold within a matter of days.
You probably didn't know how to operate them properly or they were faulty
banned#37
OK, they are refurbished, let me think about it again.:|
#38
FREEZIN_WOLF
malnuman
FREEZIN_WOLF
prash_2k
These do Bluetooth?
You can pick up a Bluetooth receiver for a couple of dollars on Gearbest etc. And you're cooking.
I've got these... Really impressed. Had them about 18 months and highly recommend.
Been reading reviews on this, it says there is nowhere to plug in headphones so where would a wireless receiver plug in to? been wireless would make these worth buying for me..

You can either split the input to maintain connection to the fixed source (PC in my case) then add a Bluetooth receiver to the other half of the split or simply just have 1 or the other connected.

Hope this helps, i may not have articulated it particularly well but it is really straightforward.


I wouldn't combine inputs. That's asking for trouble. Outputs fine
#39
I have the MK I's at work and the MK II's at home. Fantastic speakers, especially for the price. I used to have a bluetooth box attached to them which worked great, but now I've added an Echo Dot and it works an absolute treat. For £90 you can't get much better IMO :)
#40
Would it be best to use a audio switch for multiple inputs?

I wouldn't combine inputs. That's asking for trouble. Outputs fine[/quote]

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