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