Harman has taken to IFA 2018 to debut a slew of new entertainment systems. This includes two under the Harman Kardon brand and a third under the JBL brand. There's the Harman Kardon Citation, which is the priciest of the three, this ranges from $199 to $2499. It's the next generation in Harman Kardon's premium, wireless home audio and entertainment systems. With Citation, Harman Kardon is blending its signature industrial design and audio quality with new innovative features. Citation includes voice control which is being powered by the Google Assistant. It also supports multi-room and multi-channel surround sound playback. Citation is a group of speakers – including the one that was leaked before IFA – which start as low as $199 and go up from there. These can be purchased separately as well.
There's also the Harman Kardon Enchant, which is a soundbar from Harman Kardon, which features its exclusive MultiBeam technology. That is going to allow it to deliver a truly incredible surround sound experience. And this is done with needing to buy extra speakers or using other wires. Finally, the Enchant also includes Google Chromecast built-in. It is priced at $699, and will be available this fall.
Finally, there is the JBL PartyBox. This packs JBL's signature sound, and creates a pretty incredible listening experience. This is a standalone speaker from JBL that does include some mood lighting, so you can have LED lighting for a party here, which makes things a lot more fun. As is the case with most JBL products, you can also double up on these and connect two PartyBoxes together for an even better sound experience. JBL is going to be offering a PartyBox 200 which is $379.95, and a larger PartyBox 300 which is $449.95. The JBL PartyBox is available now from JBL's website, and it's a really decent option for those that want some booming sound in their upcoming parties.