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BERLIN -- This is the Harman Kardon Onyx, a 60W speaker with a stainless-steel handle.
It's the epitome of portability.
The Harman Kardon Sabre sound bar is just 1.25 inches thick and pumps out 8.1 channels of sound. It's an eye-watering €999, or $1,300 in the US.
The Harman Kardon Solos, as modelled by the glamorous Jason Jenkins. You can see how they're improving his life.
Here's the Harman Kardon Esquire, a wireless loudspeaker and a teleconferencing system with built-in mics.
The Esquire is out next month for €249 ($330, £210).
This peculiar-looking cone is the JBL Spark, designed to be hung like a lamp, spraying its music down on you.
The centre bit of the JBL Voyager comes out and becomes an independent Bluetooth speaker. The dock part has a built-in subwoofer.
This is the JBL Pulse, so called because those coloured lights shimmer and glow in time with the music, which you beam to it via Bluetooth.
JBL's new Synchros range is out later this month.
Here's the top-of-the-range S700 model, which goes for €349.
These are the S300s, which go for €199.
These are AKG's K23 XS range of earbuds, with 5.8mm drivers. They're out next month from €39 ($50, £33).
The AKG K545s, the brand's top-of-the-line reference headphones.
Another colour option for the K545s.
These are the AKG K935s, semiclosed-back wireless headphones with a range of 30m.