Deal: Harman Kardon Aura Studio Bluetooth Speaker $125 – 8/9/16


There are plenty of Bluetooth speakers available to buy at the moment and some at some rather compelling prices. However, if you want literally one of the best Bluetooth speakers and also one of the most stylish, then it is worth checking out the Harman Kardon Aura Studio Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. This is a Bluetooth speaker which looks very different to the industry standard and smacks of style, while also bringing to the table a powerful and great-quality product.

In terms of what is on offer Harman Kardon Aura Studio Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, this is a speaker which comes packing six 1.5-inch mid-to high-range drivers, along with a 4.5-inch subwoofer. Making this an ideal omnidirectional and full-sounding speaker. The woofer is able to output 30-watts, while the tweeters come in the form of 2 x 15-watts. The frequency range on offer is listed as 50 to 20k Hz while the Signal-to-Noise ration is listed as 80 dB.

This is a speaker which is currently available to buy from Harman Kardon for $399.99, although the company does also sell recertified models for about $279.99, which is a big saving on its own. However, a deal which is currently live on eBay means you can pick up a refurbished version of the Harman Kardon Aura Studio Bluetooth Speaker for only $125. A significant saving off the actual retail price and even compared to the recertified price currently offered directly from Harman Kardon. Making this a deal worth checking out.

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